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Company makes bacon condoms, sunscreen

April 1, 2013 at 4:09 PM   |   Comments

SEATTLE, April 1 (UPI) -- A Seattle company specializing in bacon-flavored products said its two newest products aren't for ingestion -- bacon sunscreen and bacon-flavored condoms.

J&D's Foods, famous for products included bacon-flavored salt and "baconnaise" sandwich spread, said it is releasing an SPF 30 sunscreen designed to keep the wearer "smelling like something delicious is cooking for several hours," WEWS-TV, Cleveland, reported Monday.

The company is also releasing condoms that look like bacon and are coated with "an ultra-premium Bacon-flavored personal lubricant."

The bottles of sunscreen and condom three-packs each cost $9.99.

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