NEW Hillshire Farm Naturals – Love Your Sandwich Again

Hillshire Farm (www.hillshirefarm.com) is just about synonymous with making lunchtime delicious with farm-inspired craftsmanship. It’s just something that always tastes good, and it always there when you need something easy and convenient. Well, they are now taking natural goodness to a new level with the launch of its new Hillshire Farm Naturals line of lunchmeat. The new line of premium quality lunchmeat is slow roasted and perfectly seasoned, with no artificial ingredients or preservatives, and offers the same great taste and flavor that consumers have come to expect from Hillshire Farm.

NEW Hillshire Farm Naturals -  Love Your Sandwich Again

NEW Hillshire Farm Naturals – Love Your Sandwich Again

Hillshire Farm Naturals is available in four varieties, including Slow Roasted Turkey Breast, Hardwood Smoked Turkey Breast, Honey Roasted Ham, and Black Forest Ham.

This is the absolute best, most fantastic part…Hillshire Farm Naturals contain no artificial ingredients, preservatives, colors or added nitrites/nitrates!! This is so exciting, as we all are trying to eat as well as we possibly could and provide the best to our families. This fits the bill, and I am so pleased about it. Plus, bonus, it tastes amazing and the kids love it too!!

Check out the nutritional info and ingredients here. From left to right we have Black Forest Ham, Honey Ham, Hardwood Smokey Turkey Breast, and Slow Roasted Turkey Breast:

NEW Hillshire Farm Naturals -  Love Your Sandwich Again

Here are the ingredients for Hillshire Farm Naturals:

  • Black Forest Ham: Ham, Water, Contains 2% Or Less: Sugar, Salt, Carrageenan, Dried Vinegar, Cultured Celery Juice Powder.
  • Hardwood Smoked Turkey Breast: Turkey Breast, Turkey Broth, Contains 2% Or Less: Salt, Dried Vinegar, Carrageenan, Sugar, Cultured Celery Juice Powder, Natural Flavor.
  • Honey Roasted Ham: Ham, Water, Honey, Sugar, Contains 2% Or Less: Salt, Dried Vinegar, Carrageenan, Cultured Celery Juice Powder.
  • Slow Roasted Turkey Breast:  Turkey Breast, Turkey Broth, Contains 2% Or Less: Salt, Dried Vinegar, Carrageenan, Sugar, Cultured Celery Juice Powder, Natural Flavor, Caramelized Sugar.

Hillshire Farm Naturals is packaged in a black, double-sealed, re-sealable tub that locks in freshness and great taste. The new line of lunchmeat is available in the packaged deli meats section of grocery stores nationwide and has an average suggested retail price of $4.48 per package.

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  1. Cynthia R wrote:

    I would like to try the black forest ham.

    Posted 9.3.14
  2. Dara Nix wrote:

    I LOVE that it is all natural … and I would most like to try the Naturals Hardwood Smoked Turkey Breast!

    Posted 9.4.14
  3. Looking forward to the turkey!

    Posted 9.4.14
  4. Margaret Smith wrote:

    I’d like to try the Honey Roasted Ham. Love that these are healthier for you than other deli meats.

    Posted 9.4.14
  5. Ann Fantom wrote:

    I’m looking forward to getting the Honey Roasted Ham flavor.

    Posted 9.4.14
  6. Jennifer Reed wrote:

    Hardwood Smoked Turkey Breast is the flavor I am most excited by. Yes, I love the fact that it is all natural. jenysa @ comcast.net

    Posted 9.4.14
  7. Debbi Wellenstein wrote:

    I want to try the Black Forest Ham first. Of course I like that Hillshire Farm Naturals are all natural.

    Posted 9.4.14
  8. Marti Tabora wrote:

    I can’t wait to try the Hardwood sSmoked Turkey Breast, I love smoked turkey. I think it’s great that they are all natural.

    Posted 9.4.14
  9. Natalie wrote:

    I love the fact that it has natural ingredients and I would love to try the Hardwood Smoked Turkey Breas.

    Posted 9.4.14
  10. Christie L wrote:

    I can’t wait to try black forest ham, I love that it is all natural

    Posted 9.4.14
  11. Kim Keithline wrote:

    I am looking forward to trying the Hardwood Smoked Turkey Breast: I love turkey and a smokey taste so it sounds great to me and the fact that it is all natural is a big plus

    Posted 9.4.14
  12. Molomatic wrote:

    Black Forest Ham, yum!!

    Posted 9.4.14
  13. Linda Bradshaw wrote:

    I would love to try the slow roasted turkey breast. All sound good though.

    Posted 9.5.14
  14. Kat wrote:

    I’d buy the Black Forest Ham. I like to have cold cuts on hand to make quick and easy breakfast sandwiches and panninis.

    Posted 9.5.14
  15. Evangelina E. wrote:

    I am looking forward to the hardwood smoked turkey.

    Posted 9.5.14
  16. chris z wrote:

    i would like to try the turkey

    Posted 9.5.14
  17. Tammy Arnold wrote:

    My husband wants to try the honey roasted ham. His lunches need a pick me up.

    Posted 9.5.14
  18. Casey Everidge wrote:

    slow roasted turkey breast. i love the fact that its all natural!! 🙂

    Posted 9.5.14
  19. Chrystal D wrote:

    I love that they are all natural! I want to try the honey roasted ham the most.

    Posted 9.5.14
  20. kelly tupick wrote:

    I would like to try the black forest ham.

    Posted 9.5.14
  21. k anne wrote:

    I would love to try black forest ham. I love that it is all natural

    Posted 9.5.14
  22. Nicole Sender wrote:

    I’d like to try the hardwood smoked turkey!

    Posted 9.6.14
    • Nicole Sender wrote:

      Forgot to add that all natural is a real plus.

      Posted 9.6.14
  23. Pamela Gurganus wrote:

    The flavor I’m looking to try most is the hardwood smoked turkey breast and I love the fact that it’s all natural!

    Posted 9.6.14
  24. Danielle Porter wrote:

    Hardwood smoked turkey breast! I LOVE the fact that it’s all natural!

    Posted 9.6.14
  25. amber kolb wrote:

    Hardwood Smoked Turkey Breast sounds delicious! Thank you for the chance to win 🙂

    Posted 9.6.14
  26. shirley wrote:

    The Black Forest Ham is one I would like to try. And I love that it is natural.

    Posted 9.6.14
  27. costana hornbaker wrote:

    black forest ham yes natural is nice

    Posted 9.7.14
  28. Susan O'Bryant wrote:

    The Honey Roasted Ham sounds delicious! And yes, I love that they are natural; it makes me feel better about eating and feeding my family.

    Posted 9.7.14
  29. Rebecca Scott wrote:

    Smoked turkey breast sounds yummy! And I LOVE that it’s all natural!

    Posted 9.7.14
  30. theresa wrote:

    I’m looking forward to trying the slow roasted turkey breast. I love that it’s all natural!

    Posted 9.7.14
  31. David wrote:

    I am most interested in trying the black forest ham. I like that it is all natural, but it isn’t a prerequisite for me.

    Posted 9.8.14
  32. Peggy D wrote:

    I would love to try the slow roasted turkey breast. I love the fact that it is all natural, less ingredients the better

    Posted 9.8.14
  33. Lauren Olivia Wood wrote:

    The Black Forest Ham is the one I’d most like to try. All-Natural products are the best!

    Posted 9.8.14
  34. joe gersch wrote:

    I want to try the Black Forest Ham. I like its natural

    Posted 9.9.14
  35. Kay Murphy wrote:

    Hardwood smoked turkey sounds soooo good! Of course, I like that they’re all natural!

    Posted 9.9.14
  36. Brad Merrell wrote:

    Hardwood Smoked Turkey Breast would definitely be the best. I love that it’s all natual

    Posted 9.9.14
  37. Robby Rob wrote:

    The slow roasted turkey sounds good. What’s not to love about it being natural. Nice to have natural choices.

    Posted 9.9.14
  38. Carolyn Daley wrote:

    I would love to try the Hardwood Smoked Turkey Breast first.

    Posted 9.9.14
  39. Nicole C. wrote:

    I would love to try the Black Forest Ham. I love the fact that it is all natural!!

    Posted 9.9.14
  40. Susan Smith wrote:

    I’d like to try the Honey Roasted Ham. I love that these are healthier for you than other deli meats

    Posted 9.9.14
  41. Melissa Hartley wrote:

    I would like to try the Black Forest Ham the most & it’s great that there is no added artificial junk 🙂
    Thanks.

    Posted 9.9.14
  42. Ed wrote:

    Honey Roasted Ham would be my Hilshire Farms of choice and yes on the naturalness.

    Posted 9.9.14
  43. Cheryl B. wrote:

    I would love to try the Honey Roasted Ham.

    Posted 9.9.14
  44. Lisa wrote:

    I want to try the black forest ham. I do like that its all natural.

    Posted 9.9.14
  45. Hesper Fry wrote:

    I love that it’s all natural! I would like to try the Black Forest Ham.

    Posted 9.10.14
  46. Barb Stenby wrote:

    black forest ham yes all natural is good

    Posted 9.10.14
  47. kathy pease wrote:

    I love that it is all natural and I’d love to try the Honey Roasted Ham

    Posted 9.10.14
  48. Tina d Reynolds wrote:

    I really like Honey Roasted Ham

    Posted 9.10.14
  49. Marie Shuman wrote:

    I really would love to try the hardwood smoked turkey and my hubby and kids would love the honey roasted ham omg getting hungry @redneckdiva76

    Posted 9.10.14
  50. Gina Ferrell wrote:

    I really like that it is all natural and I would like to try the Slow Roasted Turkey Breast.

    Posted 9.10.14
  51. MNS wrote:

    I would love to try the turkey, and it’s fantastic they are all natural!

    Posted 9.10.14
  52. Crystal Rose wrote:

    I love that it’s all natural. I bet I’d like the hardwood smoked the most.

    Posted 9.10.14
  53. Carol wrote:

    I like that it’s all natural. I’d like to try the turkey.

    Posted 9.10.14
  54. Leigh Anne Borders wrote:

    I would love to try the hardwood smoked turkey! I do like that it is all natural!

    Posted 9.10.14
  55. Annette wrote:

    I do like that it’s all natural and I’m most interested in trying the Slow Roasted Turkey Breast.

    Posted 9.10.14
  56. Laurie Emerson wrote:

    I would like to try the Slow Cooked Turkey Breast. I love that it is natural.

    Posted 9.10.14
  57. Sarah L wrote:

    I’d like to go on record saying this giveaway widget has problems. It will not show up on Chrome. I get 400 Bad request Your browser sent an invalid request..

    Posted 9.11.14

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