Sausage Will Never Be the Same

Get ready to change your menu forever. Because Johnsonville Sausage Strips are the biggest things since brats. They’re fully cooked, flexible, and ready to add to everything from salads to wraps to sandwiches. You’re welcome.

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Versatile
Flavors

Sausage Strips come in Original and Chorizo flavors to complement salads, sandwiches, wraps, breakfast bowls, and more.

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Keeping
it Simple

Sausage Strips have no gluten, MSG, artificial colors, or artificial flavors.

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Delicious
Protein

Sausage Strips have 40%* less fat and 30%† less sodium than bacon.

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Made to
Last

Sausage Strips can last 7 days refrigerated opened, 30 days refrigerated unopened, and 270 days frozen unopened.

Turn up the Flavor

Ready to Heat and Serve

Our Sausage Strips already come fully cooked, and can be heated up in the oven, on the grill, or in the microwave. It’s that easy.

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Convection
Oven

Preheat oven to 425°F. Arrange thawed sausage strips in a single layer on sheet pan. Heat 8-10 minutes or until browned and to desired crispiness.

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FLAT TOP
GRILL

Preheat flat top grill to 350°F. Arrange thawed sausage strips in a single layer on grill. Heat for 3-5 minutes or until brown and to desired crispiness, turning often.

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Commercial
Microwave

Arrange thawed sausage strips on a microwave-safe plate. Microwave 4 strips on high for 2-2:30 minutes or to desired crispiness.

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Find Your Nearest Rep

If you would like to learn more about Sausage Strips, or are ready to add them to your operations, contact your rep today.

* Less fat than bacon according to USDA Data for bacon per serving
† Less sodium than bacon according to USDA Data for traditional bacon brands