The first review for Stewart’s will focus on a 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of their teriyaki beef jerky. This flavor is advertised to use premium cuts of beef, seasoned and smoked to perfection. The bag was purchased at a convenience store in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
This review will focus on a 2.75 ounce/78 gram bag of beef jerky for the Clover Valley brand name. Worth noting is that the actual jerky weight is only 72 grams, where 79 grams is supposed to be the net weight, which includes the weight of the plastic bag. This bag was purchased at a Dollar General Store in North Arlington, New Jersey in 2015.
The next review on Slim Jim will focus on a 2.75 ounce/77 gram bag of their maple flavored bacon jerky. This bag was purchased at a convenience store in late December 2014, while visiting Kearny, New Jersey.
The Slim Jim brand name is manufactured and distributed by the very large and successful company ConAgra Foods, based out of Omaha, Nebraska. It is likely that the Slim Jim brand name is in the top five of North America for dried beef sales. It all started in Read More
The Lowrey’s brand name is manufactured and distributed by the very successful company Oberto Brands. They, of course, being famous for their wildly popular Oh Boy! Oberto jerky brand name. Oberto Brands operate from Read More
Duane Reade is a subsidiary store of Walgreen Co. who distributes this brand of Nice! jerky, based out of Deerfield, Illinois. Walgreens is a very successful grocery chain across the USA. This jerky is manufactured by the very large private labeler Read More
Back in 2010, I bought a 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of Uncle Buck’s Maple Brown Sugar ham jerky at a convenience store in Jacksonville, Florida. The Uncle Buck’s brand of jerky is a fairly common sight among the various states that I have visited, where they seem to have a solid distribution network in the large store chains.