Isn't the point of "primal" to avoid "product"? For me, anything that's a "product" is something that's used sparingly and only when necessary.
i guess many people missed the point of my request, I know that the diet should include mostly meat and vegetable, but I still buy "processed products". For example, prosciutto i buy in a package is a "product" but ingredients list only pork and salt so I still consider it primal. There are many processed products out there that I still consider primal based on the ingredients. Another example is sardines in olive oil (processed product obviously, but I consider it primal). I don't go out buying raw sardines and smoking them myself. You get the point.