While this isn't my first choice for bacon (Hempler's no sugar bacon is), this is a good replacement - and actually sold in my town. This bacon is nice because it doesn't use any honey, but actually uses sugar instead. The curing chemicals are standard. One thing I keep an eye on is they type of wood used. So far I haven't had any issues with cherry, hickory, or apple wood - but do stay clear from birch wood (used with fish more often).
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