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 idea of Pescavore was born of a working, surfing, and diving travel journey to the Marshall Islands in 2013. They were introduced to a delightful food tradition of artisanally produced local fish snacks. Pescavore then started out with a mission to improve education, and make domestic resources more competitive in an international marketplace. They take pride Read More
At Buddha Brands, the mini but mighty coconut is king. Using their favorite wonder food, they make Thirsty Buddha coconut water, Healthy Buddha coconut nectar and vinegar, plus Hungry Buddha coconut chips and jerky. If you’re looking for coconut-based products that are vegan, non-GMO, naturally gluten-free, free from trans fats, and paleo-friendly, you’ve found your sweet Read More
Note: For a more recent jerky price range update, open up our August 2019 Jerky Price Range Update post.
This Primal Strips brand of jerky is distributed by Primal Spirit Foods Inc., and they are based out of Moundsville, West Virginia. In the late 90s, some walking buddies met an old Thai chef who introduced them to a meat alternative recipe that they Read More
The next review on Itsumo will focus on a 2.5 ounce/70.8 gram bag of their spicy flavored ahi tuna jerky. Itsumo is a Japanese word that translates to always, where they are always trying to improve. This bag was graciously submitted for review by the Itsumo Foods team.