Unusual or Unique Statements
Statements From The Bag
"Better Burning", "Burns Hotter, Longer, Cleaner", "100% Natural Hardwood Lump Charcoal", "Environmentally Friendly", "No Chemical Additives", "Texas Style"
"Through our unique process, we are able to rid our wood of most of the unwanted foreign material including resins and acids which are so commonly found in all of the major branded briquettes sold today. What remains is only coke and natural fiber, accounting for the subtle, natural flavor that foods capture when cooked with Chef-Wagon Hardwood Lump Charcoal. [Editor's note: This is a printing error. Corrected labels will say Expert's Choice.] That process has made it "the expert's choice for the outdoor barbequer" for many, many years."
"Burns Hotter and Longer", "100% Pure Hardwood Charcoal", "No Chemical Additives or Fillers", "Product of Argentina"
No other charcoal burns cleaner, hotter and longer than B&B Lump Charcoal.
Because it burns hotter and longer, it sears meat quicker locking in the natural flavor with the added bonus of saving you both time and money.
There are no chemical additives or fillers, just 100% pure hardwood charcoal. Making any food more flavorful and palatable.
Unlike charcoal briquettes which are quick charred, pulverized and pressed to dry, B&B Lump Charcoal is the healthier, wiser choice for the discriminating, expert barbecue chef."
Ensure the barbecue is positioned on a flat surface.
Never barbecue indoors or in a enclosed space.
Never move a lighted or hot barbecue and ensure the ashes have cooled before cleaning."
using lighter fluid
Place the charcoal in a pyramid shape in the center of the fire bowl and spray about a cup full of fluid on the charcoal.
Wait about 1 minute and light the charcoal in several places.
After 30 minutes or when an even thin layer of white ash by day, spread the charcoal out evenly across the fire bowl.
Only commence cooking when flames have died down."
Photos Of Contents
Here is a closer view.
Here are the larger pieces we found in the bag.
Here are the contents of the bag sorted into large, medium, small, and too small/chips/dust.
This is how the bags arrived.
This is how you distinguish this lump from the B&B Oak. The word "Premium" is on the
front label instead of the word "oak".
This is the contents of the bag. Those are 1 inch squares on the measuring bar.
Photo of UPC Code
Here is a photo of the UPC code on the bag:
This charcoal is distributed by:
B&B Charcoal Co.
P.O. Box 230
Weimar, Texas 78962
You can purchase this charcoal in stores in Texas.