Jack Link’s will be featured on The HISTORY Channel’s series, Modern Marvels, on Sunday, March 21 at 10p ET / 9p CT.

Representatives from Jack Link’s told DrydenWire.com that the segment will take viewers behind-the-scenes of the New Glarus facility to look at the making of Jack Link’s meat sticks. It will also touch on the brand’s history – rooted in Wisconsin – as well as the product innovation and team members.

The employees featured in this episode, according to reps from Jack Link's, "represent a culture of relentless entrepreneurs with an uncompromising commitment to quality, a bold optimism and a can-do spirit."

Also See: Jack Link, Founder Of Jack Link's Protein Snacks, Inducted To The 2020 Meat Industry Hall Of Fame

The foundation at Jack Link’s was laid in the 1880s, when Jack’s great-grandfather, Chris, came to America from the Old Country and settled in the wilderness of northern Wisconsin. Tucked away in his belongings were some of his most prized possessions – his sausage recipes.

Today, Jack still lives in Minong, WI and works side-by-side with his son, Troy Link, to craft high-quality, delicious high-quality protein snacks.

I don't know about you, but when I rip open a bag of Jack Link’s meat snacks, I get a taste of American tradition: a family-owned business that grew from hard work, high-quality products, a sense of community and a little fun (note: although Jack Link's isn't paying us to say that, we hope we get a free bag or two of Jack Link’s meat snacks in the mail none-the-less).

Can't wait to watch it tonight: My favorite HISTORY Channel series featuring my favorite meat snacks. It's gonna be cool.

Jack Link's

  • Since its founding, Jack established company values that have been the foundation for the brand's success: keep it clean, treat people like family and do the right thing.
  • Jack Link’s protein snacks are made with 100% beef or turkey, crafted from the leanest cuts of meat and slow cooked and dried in the brand’s very own smokehouse.
  • Jack Link’s is now the global meat snack category leader, and the No. 4 brand in the U.S. overall snack category.

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