The next review on Savage Jerky Co. will be on a 3 ounce/85 gram bag of their mojo flavored beef jerky. This mojo flavor happened to be their first flavor, and also considered their original flavor. The bag was kindly submitted for review by the Savage Jerky Co. team.
This will be the second review on a 1.5 ounce/42 gram bag of Strollo’s mild beef jerky flavor. The ingredient list has been tweaked since this mild flavor was first reviewed back in September 2014. This jerky was kindly submitted for review by the owner, Michael Strollo.
The next review on PJ’s All Natural Beef Steak will be on a 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of their teriyaki slices style beef steaks. This slices style are strips of steak, as opposed to their tenders style, which are smaller pieces. This product was kindly submitted by the Marketing Manager Samantha Alderfer.
The first review for Van Cleave Dry Goods (aka VC Dry Goods) will be on a 3.05 ounce/86.4 gram bag of their G Dub! flavored beef jerky. This original based flavor was kindly submitted for review by Adam Van Cleave.
The Van Cleave Dry Goods jerky brand name is based out of Frisco, Texas. Their jerky is distributed under the name of Van Cleave Dry Goods LLC., also located in Frisco, Texas. This Van Cleave Dry Goods jerky brand name was launched in October 2014. Using an excerpt Read More
The Fusion Jerky brand name is based of out of South San Francisco, California. It was launched in August 2014 by the owner KaiYen Mai. She was born into a family passionate about perfecting soft, traditional Asian jerky textures. Their craft and Read More
The Savage Jerky Co. brand name was launched in 2014. They are located in Lawrenceville, Georgia. On a road trip in the summer of 2013, the owners Brad and Michelle Summey were disappointed with the jerky selection at gas stations. In their words: Read More