- no antibiotics ever
- no added hormones
- crate free
Most bacon is made with a bit of added sugar to balance the salt used in the curing process. But what if you’re on a sugar-free diet, or just want to limit your sugar intake? Does that mean you have to ban bacon from the kitchen?
You can still enjoy the best part of breakfast with Sugar-Free Applewood Smoked Uncured Bacon from Coleman Natural. This zero-sugar bacon can fit into any low-carb or low-sugar diet. Smoked over applewood, it gets its touch of sweetness from the smoking process instead.
Made with pork raised crate-free on American family farms, our bacon has no added nitrates, nitrites, or artificial ingredients.
How to Store Leftover Bacon
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Got leftovers? Save uncooked bacon in a resealable plastic zipper bag, or wrap it up in a layer of plastic wrap followed by a layer of aluminum foil. Chill in the refrigerator, and cook within a week of opening.
To store cooked bacon, let it cool completely before refrigerating in an airtight container or resealable plastic bag. Or you can freeze it! Wrap bacon in a paper towel and place in a storage container or plastic bag. It should keep for several weeks!
Coleman Natural Sugar-Free Bacon for Special Diets
Many people notice remarkable health benefits when they adopt a low-sugar diet, but they don’t want to say goodbye to their favorite foods. With sugar-free bacon, you don’t have to miss out to stay on your paleo, keto, low-sugar, or sugar-free meal plan.
All you’ll find in each 12-oz. package is all-natural pork, water, sea salt, and cultured celery powder. Simple and delicious.
What to Cook With Bacon
Bacon, Sweet Potato and Brussels Sprouts Breakfast CasseroleSERVINGS: 6-8 PREP TIME: 60 COOK TIME: 30