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Mossy Oak® Nativ Harvest takes the guesswork out of wild game seasoning


Mossy Oak has joined Bourbon Barrel Foods® to launch Nativ Harvest, a line of seasoning blends and flavoring products to complement wild game.

Mossy Oak Nativ Harvest provides novice and seasoned chefs with a unique culinary experience focusing on the utilization of wild game. Seasonings, marinades and other gourmet items will be offered through various retail outlets as well as

NativHarvest_llAll ingredients in Mossy Oak’s Nativ Harvest line have been individually selected and blended to complement wild game and fish. Every blend offers a unique flavor profile that pairs specifically with the type of game harvested, taking the guesswork out of proper seasoning.

“One of the most rewarding parts of hunting and fishing is the opportunity to stand around a fire and prepare a meal from the game,” said Toxey Haas, founder and CEO of Mossy Oak. “Mossy Oak wants to help people engage every part of the hunting and outdoors experience and that includes preparing and cooking the game you worked so hard for. Nativ Harvest is a result of our passion to aid in the overall outdoors experience.”

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Established in 2006 as the U.S.’s only soy sauce microbrewery, Bourbon Barrel Foods has become a cornerstone in both the bourbon and gourmet foods industries. All of Bourbon Barrel Foods’ products incorporate innovative uses of bourbon barrels and are crafted with care in small batches.

Bourbon Barrel Foods is an officially licensed partner of Haas Outdoors Inc.

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