Dak Cured Ham, 16 oz

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If you are looking for a premium meal that is ready to eat — no prep work required — look no further than Dak Canned Ham. This packaged Dak Ham is fully cooked and does not need to be refrigerated until opened. US Inspected and passed by the Department of Agriculture, this fully cooked ham makes a quality meal while camping or on a picnic and can even be prepared at home as a simple, comforting meal. The Dak Canned Ham can be transferred to a baking pan and placed in the oven for the option of eating it warmed up. Easy to cut up and add to a variety of recipes, Dak Ham is a convenient ingredient that takes the stress out of cooking. It can also stay in the pantry for a long period of time without going bad. Dak Canned Ham brings you a quality flavor you can rely on quickly.

Dak Canned Ham:

  • Fully Cooked
  • No can opener required
  • US Inspected and passed by the Department of Agriculture
  • Does not need to be refrigerated until opened
  • Ready to eat

Ingredients: 

Ingredients: Cured With: Water, Salt, Sugar, Sodium Phosphates, Carrageenan, Sodium Erythorbate, Sodium Nitrite.

Directions: 

Instructions: To serve hot: heat in 325f oven for 15 minutes per pound or untiltemperature reaches 130f. To glaze: score, stud with cloves, sprinklewith brown sugar And baste with pan drippings. No refrigerationnecessary until opened.

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Specifications

Street Date: -2208988800000
Size: 16 oz net weight
Form: Shelf stable
Manufacturer Part Number: 702019
Model: 702019
Brand: Dak
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 1.81 x 3.94 x 5.75 Inches
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Nutrition Facts

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 56 G
Servings Per Container 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories 100
Calories From Fat 60
% Daily Value
Total Fat 7 G 10
Saturated Fat 2 G 11
Trans Fat 0 G
Cholesterol 40 Mg 13
Sodium 620 Mg 26
Total Carbohydrate <1 G 0
Sugars <1 G
Protein 9 G

(-) Information is currently not available for this nutrient.

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:**

** Percent Daily Values listed below are intended for adults and children over 4 years of age. Foods represented or purported to be for use by infants, children less than 4 years of age, pregnant women, or lactating women shall use the RDI's that are specified for the intended group provided by the FDA.

Calories: 2,000 2,500
Total Fat Less than 65g 80g
Sat. Fat Less than 20g 25g
Cholesterol Less than 300mg 300mg
Sodium Less than 2400mg 2400mg
Potassium 3500mg 3500mg
Total Carbohydrate 300g 375g
Dietary Fiber 25g 30g

Calories per gram:

Fat 9Carbohydrate 4Protein 4

Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews | 154 reviews | 3.4 out of 5

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154 reviews | 3.4 out of 5

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very bad
11/16/2012

Customer review by steveo122

1.0 stars 11/16/2012 by steveo122
by steveo122

I wanted to let you know i recently bought 2 DAK hams from Walmart and when i opened the first one it looked bad. it appeared to be some meat and a lot of fat pressed together and when i opened the ham it self there were just chunks. I then opened the second one and it was the same. i threw them both out.i don't know whats going on at the plant but there is no way these hams should have been sold. i have bought these hams before and never had this problem . I also took photos and i will never buy this ham again this is totally uncalled for!!!! the codes on the labels were 06:12 260 EXPR: 0201-2017 i sent a 2 emails to the company and got not response

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steveo122
west palm
Would recommend to a friend? No
Usage:A few times per year
Terrible product NOT premium at all
6/28/2013

Customer review by Gordios

1.0 stars 6/28/2013 by Gordios
by Gordios

See my photo of this mess, and compare it to the photo on the label of the product can. As other reviewers have mentioned, this is nothing but chunks of fat pressed together with chunks of light and dark meat. Has a grey, off-color appearance. VERY salty, does not hold up well when heated; turns to mush. I'm especially befuddled because I lived in Europe for five years and I am used to high standards in European foods. I was expecting something similar to the Dubuque canned ham my mother used to purchase when I was a child. Instead, I received something which tastes and cooks worse than SPAM. I bought this over the internet and had it shipped to my home because Walmart is so far away. It appears there is no mechanism for me to report this as an inferior product and get my money back or a credit issued.

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Gordios
Nashville, TN
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Male
Usage:Never
Exceeded my expectations
12/7/2012

Customer review by txdurk

4.0 stars 12/7/2012 by txdurk
by txdurk

I wasn't sure what expect based on other reviews. I bought 3 cans at under $4/can at Walmart so I opened one. I found ham chunks compressed into shape with marbled fat between the chunks. The smell was of fresh ham and quite pleasant. It looked good and smelled good. My wife and I ate a 1/2" square piece cold. We both liked it. The predominant texture was of ham and we did not notice any fat. I thought it had a light saltiness. My wife thought it was more salty than I did. I cut a 3/8" thick slice length way and put it in the frying pan. While it cooked I found myself cutting cold pieces off the main piece of ham and consumed quite a bit by the time the slice was cooked. Once cooked the slice took on more of an appearance of whole ham fried in a skillet. After tasting it hot I must say I would enjoy it with some scrambled eggs and hash browns. Overall, this ham is great for camping, everyday use, and long term storage. Nice product, fantastic price. My only criticism is the product in no way resembles the picture on the can. Other than that, I am happy and will buy 6 more for emergency provisions. 

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txdurk
Houston, TX
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Never
Not Spam / Not Chunk of Ham
4/10/2016

Customer review by taylormade66

4.0 stars 4/10/2016 by taylormade66
by taylormade66

If you're expecting a premium piece of ham, don't buy this. It's a processed ham product, which I'm ok with. Have not tried to slice or bake this....yet. What I have done is dice it and put it in a pot of beans. My family said "Ewwww!" when they saw me cutting it up because there is some congealed gunk just like any canned ham. However, they openly admitted a change of opinion after eating and said it was surprisingly good. For those who said this is ground up ham, the diced pieces held together after cooking for a few hours so it can't all be ground. I will try slicing and frying. Have purchased about a dozen because they have a LONG shelf life. For $4, it's worth trying.

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taylormade66
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
The cats loved it!
8/22/2013

Customer review by Sformoso

3.0 stars 8/22/2013 by Sformoso
by Sformoso

I bought this ham to make Cuban jam croquetas. I always buy real jam but I wanted to give this a try figuring that this is what the Cuban bakeries all over Miami use to make their jam croquetas. For starters, this is machine separated jam. So you are getting left over scraps that are chemically cured, bound together with lard (fat), and machine formed to fit into a can. Is it food, yes; is it edible, yes; is it desirable...no! I gave the cats a chunk to see if they liked it and they loved it. So, it makes for perfectly cheap cat food. They devoured this stuff. I did use it to make the Cuban jam croquetas. They came out OK, frying them was fine since the binders in the ham prevented them from exploding. However, they had a slight taste of pig lard. Which, of course, is the fat used to bind these mechanically separated pieces of ham. I am not a fan of lard. Other than that, the croquetas were fine. I'll keep buying this ham but only to feed it to the cats.

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Sformoso
Miami, FL
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Male
Usage:Once per month
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I want to know if it really is just all the junk pressed together now like other customers are saying.
by natosaki 10/23/2012
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  • A. Some of these reviews are just pure fabrication. The ham is not as awful as they say. I suggest trying a can for yourself. We all have different taste buds.
    by Lady5/10/2016
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  • A. This "ham" was horrible. It was "mushy" and had a horrible taste. I ended up throwing it away.
    by judy01105/10/2016
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  • A. I am sorry to say that four of the four I purchased were absolutely disappointing; The ham is very fatty and is not a whole piece of meat, but pressed together. There was so much fat that it would not even brown in a pan when I sliced it. You won't catch me buying this product again.
    by md99635/11/2016
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  • A. in over 30 years of using DAK I have only encountered a few that had a lot of fat and gristle . Considering that I use an average of at least one a month ...not bad odds
    by jacey19505/10/2016
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  • A. sure is - a mess. it is dog food now.
    by theystolemynickname5/10/2016
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  • A. This is not a cookie cutter chunk of meat nor does the picture or packaging show anything like that. This is small pieces pressed into a shape that fits in the can. Did you expect a mini bone in chunk of ham? It's not a filet!
    by AgencyMan5/10/2016
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  • A. yes, it is a processed product- much like Spam, but it's good to have in a pinch.
    by lesliespokane5/10/2016
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  • A. See my other post about how to tell. some are made in usa, some imported from denmark. Jaz
    by Momsggg5/10/2016
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  • A. It is assembled from ham and pork by-products and molded into a ham shape to fit in the can.
    by TBLlady5/10/2016
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  • A. This is mechanically separated ham. These are the left overs that are mechanically separated, chemically cured, and then bound into the shape of the can using pig lard.
    by Sformoso5/11/2016
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by Ranscott2011 8/21/2012
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  • A. 5 years should be the minimum if stored in a cool place and not subjected to freezing or high summer temperatures. Canned meats if done right and stored right should go 10 years. Bacon for example is an easy 10 +. Same for chicken etc.
    by AgencyMan5/11/2016
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  • A. Shelf life of about 4 years. See expiration date on back of can. Most recent has a use-by date of 4-2018.
    by 544513/29/2016
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  • A. My hams were dated good for nearly 5 years, but i bet they would last much longer even, if kept in a constant temperature cool dark place. Note....see my other post about how to tell the diff between made in denmark, and made in nj USA....mine are the denmark hams, not sure how long the usa hams last. GL! Jaz
    by Momsggg5/11/2016
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  • A. it said 2018 on the can
    by rogerl9/20/2013
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  • A. According to the PlumroseUSA.com website, (Plumrose whose company produces DAK ham), their product has a 5-year shelf life provided they are kept in a cool dry place. [also making note of the clearly stamped date on the "sell by" date stamped on can].
    by SkyeBlue255/10/2016
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  • A. We just up graded my parents emergency supplies,they stored away 15 cans or DAK Hams in 1998 and 1999, since they are canned,they were fine after 15 years.
    by davescarrepair5/11/2016
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  • A. The cans I just bought in Feb 2013 expire June 2017... So over four years.
    by CraftyFellow5/10/2016
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  • A. My cans purchased a few weeks ago expire 2017, after opening it must be refrigerated.
    by infinitedesires5/10/2016
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  • A. EATABLE UP TO 10 YEARS IF KEPT OUT OF HIGH STORAGE TEMPS. KEEP IN COOL DARK PLACE.
    by dek19575/10/2016
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  • A. The cans I've bought have approximately 5 years before expiration
    by Compotato5/10/2016
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by Dadudster 12/2/2012
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  • A. Bold letters on front say "Product Of Denmark" but fine print says "distributed by Plumrose USA, Downers Grove IL. Where it's actually packaged might be a mystery for the Hardy Boys.
    by judewhopper4/29/2016
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  • A. Eat it on the down lo, or eat it with a bro.
    by ZachB5/11/2016
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  • A. Downers Grove Il, perhaps. plumroseusa.com
    by 82615/11/2016
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  • A. Denmark.
    by 544514/29/2016
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  • A. 3 places that i know of....either NewJersey, Denmark, Or it also comes from Holland. you want the imported ham for best quality. See my other post* Jaz Momsggg
    by Momsggg5/11/2016
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  • A. It's made in Denmark.
    by Renee7004/29/2016
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  • A. DAK Canned ham is produced by the Plumrose Company, located in Downers Grove, Illinois. You can go to their website PlumroseUSA.com
    by SkyeBlue255/11/2016
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  • A. Ham is nothing but the pigs butt. DOES IT MATTER WHERE IT IS MADE!!
    by davescarrepair4/19/2016
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  • A. While DAK is a Danish owned company, they can hams here in America from USA hogs.
    by CraftyFellow1/2/2016
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  • A. Dak hams are imported from Denmark as last I checked. Some of the newer cans don't have the country of origin.
    by Echo62/6/2016
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