FAQs

If you have questions, we want to help answer them. Below you’ll find the most common questions you ask us.

TURKEY Bites

What are they?

A bite-sized, quality protein snack that is made from all-natural turkey.

What kind/part of the turkey are they made from?

We hand select all-natural cuts of turkey thigh meat to ensure quality and flavor. Also, all our turkey comes from American farms.

How much protein and calories are in each bag?

Each 1 oz bag contains 10+ grams of protein and 120 calories.

Are the turkey bites low in carbs?

Yes. They have 3 grams of carbs or less.

Are the turkey bites keto?

Yes. Turkey Bites are keto friendly.

Are the turkey bites gluten free?

Yes. The turkey bites are gluten free.

How are they made?

Turkey bites are baked in small batch ovens with real hickory chips, then seasoned in a more custom way, featuring specially blended spices.

CHICKEN CHIPS

What are they?

Our high protein chicken chips are a cross between a potato chip and jerky.

What kind part of the chicken are they made from?

Our all-natural fresh, never frozen chicken comes from the breast, thigh or leg and uses white (95% lean) and dark (90% lean) meat.

How much protein and calories are in each bag?

Each 1 oz bag contains 4 oz of chicken, 17+ g of protein and 120 calories.

Are the chicken chips low carb?

Yes. They have less than 1 gram of sugar.

Are the chicken chips keto?

Yes. Chicken chips are keto friendly.

Are the chicken chips gluten free?

Yes. The chicken chips are gluten free.

How are they made?

Our chicken is first hickory-smoked in our smokehouse, then thinly sliced and then air-baked, not fried.

PROTEIN

What is protein?

It’s an essential macronutrient and is made of building blocks called amino acids and contains the elements carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen.

Why is protein important?

Protein is a structural part of the body and can be found in bone, tendons, ligaments, organs and skeletal muscles. Your body needs protein to build and repair itself, to carry substances throughout the body and to provide you with sustaining energy.

Is all protein the same?

No. Protein quality is determined by its amino acid content and digestibility. In general, animal proteins are more digestible than plant sources. Twenty amino acids make up proteins, nine of which are essential (must be obtained through the diet) and eleven of which are non-essential (can be made by the body).

How much protein do I need?

According to the Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association athletes should shoot for 0.5 – 0.8 grams of protein per pound of body weight every day, with which end of the range you are on depending on how intensely you are training.

So for example if you are 170 pounds, you’d aim for somewhere between 85 and 136 grams of protein per day, with the lower end being the goal if you are a more casual athlete and the higher end the goal if you are currently training more intensely.

For activity, is there a best time to eat protein?

It’s especially important to make sure to take in protein right after a workout – the optimal window for eating after a workout is about 30 to 45 minutes.

This recovery window is the best time to maximize skeletal muscle protein synthesis and replenish glycogen stores to help your body rebuild muscle and recover so you’re ready for the next workout. It’s also really important to eat right after a workout so you don’t find yourself having sugar cravings later on in the day due to under-fueling!

where to buy

You can find Gone Rogue Snacks all over the country, usually above the prepackaged meat section or in the chips section of the grocery or convenience store.

Today you can find them in Albertsons, Plaid Pantry, Lowes Foods, HyVee and Circle K, plus Amazon and right here on our site. We’re constantly adding more locations, so check the store locator for the most current locations and the locations near you.