Stryve Foods, a maker of air dried meat snacks, said that a series of new retail locations are expected to begin carrying its products in the second quarter of this year. This expansion brings the total number of stores carrying Stryve brands to approximately 25,000.
The following retailers are expected to begin carrying Stryve products during the second quarter21:
- Target – Expected to begin carrying Stryve Biltong in select stores in April;
- Wawa – Expected to begin carrying Stryve Biltong chain wide in its convenience stores in May; and
- Dollar General – Expected to begin carrying Vacadillos, Stryve’s Carne Seca brand, in 3,000 stores in May.
In addition, in the third quarter of 2021, Costco is expected to begin carrying Stryve products in select warehouses.
“We are continuing to execute on our growth opportunities, highlighted by these strategic additions to the portfolio of key retail outlets carrying Stryve Biltong and Vacadillos products. Target, Wawa, Dollar General and Costco are more than just new opportunities for us to our introduce our products, they are complementary leaders in the U.S. that we believe will help further scale our business,” said Co-CEO and Chief Marketing Officer Jaxie Alt. “Stryve Foods is ‘Helping America to Snack Better,’ and we are very pleased to see this retail expansion over the next three months for our healthy meat snacks.”
Plano, Texas-based Stryve and Andina Acquisition Corp., a publicly-traded special purpose acquisition company, executed a definitive agreement for a proposed business combination on Jan. 28. Upon closing of the transaction, Andina will become the parent of Stryve and will be renamed Stryve Foods Inc. The combined company is expected to remain listed on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol “SNAX.”
More detailed information regarding the proposed transaction is available in Andina’s public filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, including Andina’s Current Report on Form 8-K, filed with the SEC on Feb. 3, and the Registration Statement on Form S-4 filed by Andina with the SEC on March 31. Copies of this report, this registration statement and any other documents filed by Andina with the SEC, may be obtained, free of charge, at the SEC’s website.