Snack food company Stryve is expecting to begin trading on the Nasdaq July 21. The company's merger with special-purpose acquisition company Andina Acquisition Corp. closed on Tuesday. Stryve got its start selling a jerky-like air-dried beef called biltong, which is a healthier option than traditional beef jerky. In 2019, Stryve recorded $14 million in sales and nearly $20 million in 2020. It estimates that it'll reach $51 million this year. Jaxie Alt joins us to talk about going public.