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 04 mar 2013 02:24 

Schmacon: ‘Beef’s answer to bacon’


A new beef product called Schmacon will be hitting the market over the next 6 months.

Schmacon, which is being called “beef’s answer to bacon”, is smoked, cured and glazed slices of beef that closely resemble pork bacon in both appearance and texture.

Schmacon was developed by Howard Bender, president and CEO of Schmaltz Deli of Naperville, Illinois. Bender was at the recent Cattle Industry Convention in Tampa, touting his new product to cattle producers and the media.

Brownfield talked to Bender about Schmacon, and his hopes and dreams for the new product.



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