The first review on Noble Jerky will focus on a 2.47 ounce/70 gram bag of their chipotle flavored vegan jerky. This flavor is described as being hot and spicy. The bag was purchased at a Winners store in Brampton, Ontario, Canada.
The brand name PC is a well-known brand name for stores such as the Loblaw’s grocery store, and many other grocery chains. PC is an abbreviation for President’s Choice, whose mission is to develop unique or superior products that offer better value to Canadians. The bag states that Bob Meyer of Helmville, Montana is among their dedicated suppliers of beef raised without the Read More
The Old Dutch brand name was launched in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada way back in 1954 as a little potato chip company. Since 1954, their windmill logo has stood for quality/trust, old world charm, and a desire to create a long-lasting chip and snack tradition. In 2004, Old Dutch acquired the Humpty Dumpty snack company to give them national exposure across Read More
This will be the second review for Mong Lee Shang hot flavored vegetarian imitation beef jerky. In actuality, this flavor is a hot based mushroom jerky. The ingredient list has since changed, the bag design has been tweaked, and the flavor name has been changed. This whopping 5.6 ounces/160 grams bag was purchased at a Season’s Foodmart store in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. Read More
The next review on World Kitchens will focus on a 3 ounce/85 gram bag of their teriyaki sliced and formed beef and pork jerky. This flavor is described as using the perfect combination of ingredients to create a teriyaki explosion, wrapped up by a bold smoke flavor. This bag was purchased at a convenience store in Lewiston, New York.
The first review on Big Chief will focus on a 4.2 ounce/120 gram bag of their original flavored chopped and formed beef jerky. This flavor is described as using Big Chief’s signature blend of spices to create a traditional “Old West” North American jerky taste, using European sausage-making techniques. The bag was purchased at a Walmart store in Brampton, Ontario, Canada.