Healthy Candy Alternatives for Halloween
October 17, 2018 | Blog: The Range

Healthy Candy Alternatives for Halloween

Candy, chocolate and lollipops—these all come to mind when we think of Halloween treats. We've been trained to expect these sugary sweets every year at the end of October since childhood, but why not switch it up for a healthier option that's sure to satisfy cravings?

Our meat snacks are a delicious healthy alternative. They're packed with protein, low in sugar, made with real ingredients. Trade that sugar hangover for something you can feel good about eating and sharing!

Check out some benefits of making the switch from sugary treats to protein-packed meats.

Packed with Protein

Jerky, Bars and Sticks

Our jerky, meat bars and meat sticks are all made with 100% grass-fed beef, and turkey and pork raised with no antibiotics. That means you get the benefits of high quality protein in one portable snack.

Say No To Sugar

Meat Bars and Meat Sticks

If you're looking for a treat without all the sweetness, try our meat sticks with 0 grams of sugar.  Our meat bars also have no sugar added, only the sweetness that comes from dates. Low sugar but high in satisfied stomachs. 

Made with Real Ingredients

Teriyaki Beef Jerky

All our meat snacks are made with only real ingredients. There are no artificial flavors or preservatives here—just the good stuff.

Trick or Treat?

Don't be tricked by the Halloween tradition. Change things up by treating yourself to a healthy meat snack with all the flavor and none of the guilt. 

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