Traeger Oak Pellets

Traeger Oak Pellets
Traeger Oak Pellets
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Oak Pellets by Traeger
With no fillers, no binding agents, and no bark content, Traeger's Oak Pellets provide a robust, clean flavor for all your recipes. Traeger Oak pellets are great for naturally enhancing beef and fish with a mild, nutty flavor.

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SKU: TRZ000A
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