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Nutritional facts about biltong

Updated: Dec 21, 2020


In today's health conscious world many people are concerned about what they eat, where it has originated from and how it has been processed. At Luv biltong we believe that by starting with only the best ingredients - locally sourced beef and non-irradiated, GMO-free spices - we aim to satisfy this hunger for information, before the decision to buy is made (excuse the pun ;)).

We decided right from the start not to use potassium sorbate as a way to extend shelf life even though it can be found in a number of herbs and spices (but why add to this eh!).

Not all biltong is the same - however all of our biltong is absolutely 100% gluten-free and is therefore suitable for people who have coeliac disease or gluten sensitivity.

Nutritional Comparisons - Key Facts

  • Calories per 100g

  • Protein 48.6%

  • Fat 5.7%

  • Carbohydrate <1%

(source: AskMen Magazine)

Nutritional Breakdown

Nutritional information of our Certified Paleo biltongTypical values Per 100g Energy kcal 253 kJ 1070.Fat 5.7g Of which saturates 2.07g Carbohydrates< 0.1g Sugars 0.4g Protein 48.6g Sodium 2.19g

Nutritional information of our other biltong productsTypical valuesPer 100g Energy kcal 264 kJ 1110 Fat 6.6g Of which saturates 2.81g Carbohydrates 4.3g Sugars 2.2g Protein 46.2g Sodium 2.14g

(Values may differ due to natural variability). 198g of beef is used to produce 100g of finished product.

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