Shopping Cart 0
You have no items in your shopping cart.
  • search
  • ellipses

Paleo Favorites

Down Arrow

Browse our selection of paleo-friendly products! Generally speaking, the Paleolithic Diet encourages eating foods that our early ancestors would have eaten: meats, organ meats, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds while limiting grains, sugars, processed foods, and dairy. We've assembled a selection of perishable and shelf stable paleo products here.

View as
Sort by

Beef Jerky End Pieces SPICY - 8 oz pkg

Availability: Out of stock
These Spicy Beef Jerky End Pieces are bite sized nuggets of delicious. Made from the same great ingredients as our beef jerky sticks...just beef and spices to give zing pow! Ground and reformed into a chewable treat. 8 oz pkg Add some spice to your life with US Wellness Meats’ Spicy Beef Jerky Sticks! US Wellness Meats’ grass-fed Beef Jerky contains NO nitrites, NO MSG, and NO preservatives. Spicy Beef Jerky Sticks are a perfect on-the-go snack or lunchbox addition. Ingredients: beef, sea salt, black pepper, red pepper, garlic, coriander. Pkg Weight approximately (8 oz) All of US Wellness Meats’ beef products are 100% grass-fed and grass-finished.

Lamb Tallow - 1.7 lbs

Availability: In stock
You can use Lamb Tallow as an alternative for shortening, lard, or Beef Tallow. You can also add Lamb Tallow to meat and vegetable dishes for added flavor with all the health benefits of grass-fed fat. US Wellness Meats simply renders Lamb Suet to make Lamb Tallow- it has not been bleached, deodorized, hydrogenated, or altered.

OUT OF STOCK - SEE SKU 70763 - Pork Lard 1.5 lbs...

US Wellness Meats is proud to offer very healthy Pork Lard! Pork Lard can be used for frying or cooking. It is also the perfect “secret ingredient” for phenomenal baking. If you give Pork Lard a try, it may soon become your favorite kitchen fat. US Wellness Meats’ Pork Lard is NOT bleached, deodorized, hydrogenated, or altered. Although it is labeled as 'refined' per USDA requirements, it is simply rendered pork fat. Nothing has been done to or added to Pork Lard. Pigs were raised outdoors in 1950's production model long before GMO's and antibiotics were used in raising livestock. One container averages 1.5 pounds each.
View as
Sort by