Pork Rinds, Crackling Maple Bacon

2.5 oz bag

Retail Price: $4.99


Our Price: $3.75 (Save 25%)

2.5 oz bag

Why You’ll Love It

Epic Pork Crackling Maple Bacon is a wholesome snack made from non-GMO, antibiotic-free pork that’s seasoned with maple sugar powder. A crackling is a fried pork skin obtained from the shoulder region of a pig; it’s harder and crispier than a pork rind. Epic’s products are a modern-day take on our ancestors’ diet, with a focus on high-quality meat, wholesome fruits and veggies, nuts, and seeds. As such, the company is committed to only working with the best ranchers that provide their animals with plenty of open pastures and practice holistic land management.
SKU: 854660006441

About This Brand

EPIC products don’t just focus on good taste—they also want their foods to nourish the body and mind, while also being conscious of the land and of the animals that contribute to their line of products. The story behind the EPIC brand EPIC was founded by Taylor Collins and Katie Forrest after they both became vegetarians, oddly enough. They both assumed that a healthy diet was entirely plant-based and that the best sources of protein came from soy or other highly processed options. They ate a lot of carbs and very few fats, just like nutritional experts in the media advised, and they also tried going vegan and doing a raw food diet. It didn’t exactly work as hoped since their diets only made them sick with gastrointestinal distress and other inflammatory ailments. Taylor and Katie didn’t know how to maximize their wellness, so they looked for answers in the whole foods diets that our human ancestors consumed. This is also known as the Paleo diet, which focuses on foods that...
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Ingredients

Fried pork skins, salt, maple sugar powder, coconut palm sugar, sea salt.


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Serving Size .5 oz (14g) Servings Per Container 5

Amount Per Serving

Calories 80 Calories from Fat 50

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 6g 9%
Saturated Fat 2g 10%
Cholesterol 15mg 5%
Sodium 260mg 11%
Total Carbohydrate 1g 0%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars 1g
Protein 6g

Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 0%
Iron 0%

Reviews For Pork Rinds, Crackling Maple Bacon

Based on 3 Reviews

Fantastic!

Born and raised here in the deep and dirty South - I must say I was surprised to see that Epic made these. I was happily impressed upon tasting them. I've had many greasy little brown bags of cracklin from local boucheries and these are a very nice, less greasy, more convenient version. Highly recommended.

- Thrive User

Very good!

I purchased these for my grandfather for Christmas. As he has gotten older, he has been eating less and less as he has lost his appetite, however he just ate the entire bag of these cracklings in one sitting! He did offer us a taste and they were very good! I will continue to purchase this product regularly!

- Saranda Fritz

Southerner Approved

I loved them. Tasted great and made like Crackling back home. I am from North Carolina and loved them, my wife, from California did not. She likes them more "puffy". Maybe some day I can teach her how to eat. These are wonderful!

- Chris

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