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We were happy to send over some KOOEE! when our friend Gen told us that national drive radio hosts Kate, Tim & Marty from Nova were beef jerky fans! It came up on the radio after they spoke with Chef Pete Evans the day before about how they love their meaty snacks!

As you can imagine, it’s not often you hear beef jerky mentioned on the radio, so we thought it’d be a great opportunity for us to send KOOEE! over and see what they thought. The trouble was – it was a Friday morning – and we needed jerky in both their Sydney and Melbourne studios the next day! And the jerky was in Tasmania!

Enter our NSW and Victorian distributors, Fresh Food Entreprises and The Fair Traders, who were able to step in and help us get stock sent over the next day. Thanks, fam! 🙂

So naturally, we were STOKED that Marty was eating our jerky (and almost choked on it) on Monday afternoon live on-air!

Listen here to the clip:

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📣 Look mum, we’re on the RADIO! 📣 + WIN jerky for your office! We were happy to send over some KOOEE! when we heard @katetimmarty from @nova_969 were fans of beef jerky after chatting with @chefpeteevans on their show. So naturally we were stoked that Marty was eating our jerky (and almost choked on it) the next day live on-air! 😁 Given it’s a Friday, we’ve decided to share the love and offer you all the chance to WIN a free month supply of KOOEE! jerky at your office (or radio station – if you’re Marty). 👉 All you have to do is TELL US in the comments below: 1️⃣ Why your work needs our jerky snacks 2️⃣ Tag a friend who agrees! Most original answer wins! We’ll pick our winner next Friday. Enter away! 🤙 #wheredoyoukooee #jerky #officesnacks

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So the moral of the story is: if you ever hear jerky mentioned on the radio, tell us!

Hungry yet? Shop for our jerky here.

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