October 4th, 2012

Thin ?n Trim Chicken Sausages: Low Fat, Low Sodium, Great Taste!

Thin ?n Trim carries seven flavors of All Natural Chicken Sausage😕 Sweet Italian, Hot Italian, Wildfire Buffalo, Chipotle & Peach Salsa, Garden Vegetable, Spinach & Onion, and Apple & Cinnamon. The popularity of chicken sausages has grown over the years as people turn to them as a healthier alternative to pork and beef sausages. Here is how we, at Thin ?n Trim, are striving to provide you with all natural chicken sausages that are truly better for you.


While most of our competitors use 100% dark or thigh meat, Thin ?n Trim All Natural Chicken Sausages are made from a combination of 100% skinless chicken breast and skinless chicken thigh meat. The use of skinless chicken ensures the presence of less calories and fat than chicken with skin intact, while the combination of both breast and thigh exhibits less fat content than the use of only thigh meat. Our chicken sausages are 95% fat free! (See The Nutrition of Chicken Breasts vs. Thighs.)

Meat aside, the ingredients used in each of our flavors of chicken sausages are all natural. Our chicken sausage products have no MSG, no gluten, no added nitrates, and no trans fats.

Another thing to note is that our Thin ?n Trim Chicken Sausages are actually skinless!? That means no pork or hog casing like many of our competitors. What that also means is that it is more child-friendly, and you can surely avoid that awkward conversation with a child, explaining that they could be eating parts that came from another animal?s intestines!


The Guiding Stars Good Nutrition Icon

Thin ?n Trim All Natural Chicken Sausages are engineered for The Guiding Stars Nutritional Program, whose recognizable icon you may have come across in your local supermarket. You can do a quick search for Thin ?n Trim and see that our chicken sausages are marked as foods with good nutrition.

With only 70 calories per link, our chicken sausages are much lower in fat and sodium than those from our competitors.? Each of our 2 oz. links only has 210 ? 250 mg of sodium and 2.5 g of fat. That?s only 105 – 125 mg of sodium and 1.25 g of fat each ounce! You can see the full details of our nutritional facts provided as a link on each of our chicken sausage product pages.

If you examine the nutritional facts provided on our competitors ?websites, you will see that they have 3 oz. chicken sausage links with as much as 370 to 820 mg of sodium with 6 to 14 grams of fat per link. In other terms, that?s about 123 ? 273 mg of sodium and 2.33 ? 4.67 g of fat for each single ounce!

All these factors, along with our ingredients, combine to give Thin ?n Trim All Natural Chicken Sausages 2 Weight Watchers points per link. Not only are they that good for you, but by being fully cooked, you only have to heat and serve. Talk about convenience! ?They make for great snacks since each chicken sausage link is already packed with great taste. And if you happen to have the time, then the variety of our flavors allows for a wide range of versatility in your home-cooked meals! Need ideas??Check out our recipes!


As a side note, our Thin ?n Trim?Gourmet Chicken Hot Dog is just as healthy, with only 230 mg of sodium and 2.5 g of fat for each 2 oz. link!





5 responses to “Thin ?n Trim Chicken Sausages: Low Fat, Low Sodium, Great Taste!”

  1. Joan MacKenzie says:

    Love love love your Italian chicken sausage~! But I shop at Shoprite and they only have it once in a while. Where can I get it on a regular basis, can you tell me? The spicy is better than any sausage I ever had.

    • Susan says:

      Hi Joan! Thanks for the comment. If you provide me with your city or your zip code, I can look into it for you and maybe provide you with other supermarket options!

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