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Bacon-Flavored Condoms Sweep Seattle

SAN RAFAEL, CA - AUGUST 17:  Packages of bacon are displayed on a shelf at United Market August 17, 2010 in San Rafael, California. As Americans consume more bacon, supplies have become short and the price is starting to go up. The price of pork bellies has risen to $1.40 a pound in August, up from 94 cents a pound in June.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

SAN RAFAEL, CA - AUGUST 17: Packages of bacon are displayed on a shelf at United Market August 17, 2010 in San Rafael, California. As Americans consume more bacon, supplies have become short and the price is starting to go up. The price of pork bellies has risen to $1.40 a pound in August, up from 94 cents a pound in June. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)  (2010 Getty Images)

Bacon is sure in these days – even in the bedroom.

According to a report from mobile and home broadband website OrangeNews.com, associated with AT&T, a Seattle-based company named JD Foods has come up with bacon-flavored products with the appropriate slogan: “Make Your Meat, Look Like Meat.” 

A spokesperson for JD Foods described the new condom flavor for the customer who is “a discerning bacon-lover that hates the smell of coconut and/or have always wanted to bring even more bacon into the bedroom."

Now if that is not enough, the company has also launched a bacon lubricant.

“Truly the new standard of animal protein-themed prophylactics Bacon Condoms are proudly made in America of the highest quality latex and rigorously tested to help ensure the utmost reliability and safety for when you're makin' bacon,” Bacontrepreneurs' Justin Esch and David Lefkow told OrangeNews.com in a statement.

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"And as an added bonus, each Bacon Condom has been generously coated with J&D's baconlube, an ultra premium Bacon flavored personal lubricant," they added.

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