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There Are Many Advantages To Shopping On The New Website: •You Can Pay with Your Amazon Account. •You Can Pay with ApplePay on your iPhone.
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Improved! So if you want to place an order on your Mobile Device please go to
Ask The Meatcutter.
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We've Been in Business and Processing Meat Since 1949 - And We've Been Selling Online Since 2001.
We Only Sell Products That We Use At Our Meat Processing Plant - So YOU Only Buy the BEST Products!
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EXTRA LARGE 14 oz. Jar. ONLY $14.97 and Shipped FREE in
WITTS BBQ Seasoning
& Rub - Their BEST SELLER! This BBQ Seasoning
& Rub is packaged in 8 oz. Bags - NOT Jars. Great as a dry rub for
Beef or Pork!! Now ONLY $9.97 - Shipped FREE in the U.S. NEW - Lower Prices on the 8 oz. Bags of Witts BBQ Seasoning & Rub!
Many of our customers who use the Witts BBQ Seasonings & Rub
are Profession BBQ'ers. They have been asking to buy Witts BBQ Seasoning &
Rub in bulk.
So we now offer the BEST SELLING Witts BBQ Seasoning & Rub in 5 Lb.
Bags for ONLY $54.97! And AS ALWAYS - Shipped FREE!
The Gluten Intolerance Group of North America website notes that
individuals following the gluten-free diet must carefully avoid
foods that contain gluten. These foods include wheat, rye,
barley, triticale, spelt, and kamut. You should also avoid foods
made from these ingredients, such as modified food starch.
Because you need to be vigilant about food additives, you might
believe that MSG must also be avoided.
However, the Gluten Intolerance
Group of North America lists MSG as a substance that is allowed
in a strict gluten-free diet. If you have a
particular sensitivity to MSG, do not consume it.
Below is a link to a very thorough list of items that are safe
to consume if you are Allergic to Gluten or are on a Gluten Free