Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Brutally Honest Oberto Builds Its Case Against Hydration
I recently took notice of a new advertising campaign for Oberto Beef Jerky and its line of all-natural beef jerkies. Although the campaign received bits of notoriety for hiring the boisterous Richard Sherman to give his endorsement, I took note for a different reason - its product positioning as a healthy, post workout snack.
Traditionally, beef jerky isn't known for it's nutritional value; however, it does have one very favorable asset backing up its positioning - a high concentration of protein.
Applewood Smoked Bacon flavor contains 28% of the daily recommended allowance of sodium. The entire bag has 2.5 servings for 70 percent of a single day's sodium. Meanwhile, the lowest amount of sodium one can find per serving in any of Oberto's All-Natural jerkies is 17% of a daily allowance.
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