Hi Mountain Seasonings Offers New Canadian Moose Seasoning

Hi Mountain Seasonings; Canadian Moose Seasoning
Hi Mountain Seasonings; Canadian Moose Seasoning
Hi Mountain Seasonings
Hi Mountain Seasonings

Riverton, WY -(AmmoLand.com)- For hunters who have harvested or plan to harvest North America’s largest antlered species, Hi Mountain Seasonings has a new seasoning just for you; Canadian Moose Seasoning.

This new seasoning captures the delicate yet rugged flavors of the Canadian territories with a unique blend of garlic, sweet paprika, turmeric, sea salt, pepper and onion powder.

The new Canadian Moose seasoning properly blends proportions of each spice to compliment and enhance the natural flavors of the moose while engaging the entire palate. While created for moose, the new Canadian Moose Seasoning will also work well with other game animals or store-bought meat. This new seasoning is available at select Canadian retailers and conveniently online at www.himtnjerky.com.

It comes in an 11 oz. shaker bottle and retails for $8.99 USD and $13.99 CAD.

Hi Mountain’s entire line of products, cooking tips, instructional videos, and recipes are also available at www.himtnjerky.com. Hi Mountain products also can be found at high-end sporting-goods stores, farm-and-ranch stores and many local grocery stores.

About Hi Mountain Seasonings:

Located in the heart of Wyoming, Hi Mountain Seasonings was founded in 1991. It is the premier manufacturer of kits for homemade jerky and sausage. Hi Mountain Seasonings has successfully captured distinct, traditional Western flavors in its jerky cure & seasonings, Western-style seasonings, bacon cures and other products that make up the unique line of gourmet Western seasonings, as well as Hi Mountain Seasonings’ line of delicious freeze-dried Camping Meals.

For additional information, write: Hi Mountain Seasonings, 1000 College View Drive, Riverton, WY 82501; call toll-free 1-800-829-2285; or visit the company website at www.himtnjerky.com.

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Just some salt and pepper on moose. The Moose Seasoning would be good on all that nasty supermarket meat.