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By Alison Chew | Reviewed by Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN
Chomps delivers simple, healthy meat snacks made with the highest quality, sustainably sourced proteins, with no hidden, harmful ingredients. Meat sticks are free from GMOs, gluten, soy, dairy, added sugar, added nitrates or nitrites, MSG, artificial preservatives or coloring, and artificial sweeteners. SHOP NOW >>
What We Like
Sustainably sourced proteins
Free from GMOs, gluten, soy, dairy, added sugar, added nitrates or nitrites, MSG, artificial preservatives or coloring, and artificial sweeteners
Free shipping, Subscribe & Save 10%, Chomps Loyalty Program
What We Don’t Like
Would like more interesting flavor combinations
How much are Chomps snack sticks?
When you buy from the Chomps website you can choose from 1.15oz meat sticks in packs of 10 or 24 or 0.5oz Chomplings in packs of 24. The price of Chomps is between $2.04-$2.25 for a 1.15oz meat stick.
Both come in all 8 flavors and you have the option to make a one-time purchase or subscribe and save 10%. All items ship for FREE!
All beef products are Non-GMO Project Verified and the turkey sticks are Free Range & Antibiotic Free. They are also free of soy, dairy, and nuts and do not contain fillers or chemically created nitrates.
Are you on Weight Watchers? Turkey sticks are one point and beef sticks are 3 points.
For our Chomps reviews, we received an 8-stick Variety pack. This pack includes 1-1.15oz stick of each variety: Original Beef Stick, Italian Style Beef Stick, Jalapeno Beef Stick, Sea Salt Beef Stick, Salt & Pepper Venison Stick, Cranberry Habanero Beef Stick, Original Turkey Stick, and Jalapeno Turkey Stick.
This Variety Pack is $19.99 with free shipping. More on each stick below. SHOP NOW >>
Chomps is dedicated to sourcing from farmers who are committed to treating their land and their animals right and are working toward a net positive impact. These farmers practice natural regenerative agriculture methods, including rotational grazing, caring for the grass and the land first so both the animals and the environment benefit. Animals are humanely raised in open pastures and are never treated with antibiotics or hormones. In addition, all facilities are regularly audited to certify animal welfare guidelines are being followed.
Chomps meat is sourced from all over the world. More on where their beef, turkey, and venison come from below.
Beef Sticks: Grass-fed and finished beef are sourced from Cape Grim Beef in Tasmania. This network of farmers is dedicated to producing the highest-quality sustainable beef and carries the Certified Humane seal.
Turkey Sticks: Organic free-range turkey is from Pitman Farm’s/Mary’s Turkeys in California, and the free-range, antibiotic-free turkey comes from Ferndale Market in Cannon Falls, MN.
Venison Sticks: Free-range, grass-fed venison is sourced from Duncan Venison farms in New Zealand.
Chomps Snack Sticks Review: Bottom Line
Chomps are a wonderful healthy snack free from GMOs, gluten, soy, dairy, added sugar, added nitrates or nitrites, MSG, artificial preservatives or coloring, and artificial sweeteners and great for almost any diet. They are great for kids too!
We love that Chomps come in 8 tasty flavors so that everyone in your household can pick a favorite. Our favorites were the Italian Beef Sticks and the Cranberry Habanero Beef Sticks. Both were very original and packed with flavor. It would be great to see more interesting flavor combinations in the future!
We also love all of the perks you receive for buying online including free shipping, loyalty points that you can redeem as cash off your next purchase, online discounts, and a 10% savings when you subscribe. SHOP NOW >>
This post has been reviewed and approved by our dietitian Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN, LDN for nutritional accuracy.
Rebecca Housh is a registered dietitian based in Chicago, IL. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology from Boston University and a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Illinois in Chicago. Rebecca is passionate about the idea of food as medicine in both preventative and therapeutic care. Her current professional interests lie in food security, food access, and nutrition for chronic disease.
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