The next review on Van Cleave Dry Goods (aka VC Dry Goods) will be on a 3.05 ounce/86.4 gram bag of their t-bucket flavored beef jerky. This flavor is described as having a “classic teriyaki” foundation. Some things were removed, and added are “go fast parts and spicy mojo”. This bag was graciously submitted for review by the owner and founder, Adam Van Cleave.
This will be the second review for Strollo’s hot garlic beef jerky. The ingredient list has since been tweaked, and improved health wise. This 1.5 ounce/42 gram bag was graciously submitted for review by the owner, Michael Strollo.
Strollo’s is based out of Eatontown, New Jersey, and distributed by Strollo’s Homemade Beef Jerky. Michael does not cut corners. Instead of using 9 grams of sugar per 28 grams of jerky as some Read More
The company president, KaiYen Mai, a mother of two and avid outdoorswoman, first had the idea of creating Fusion Jerky while climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. Mixing both East and West traditions, Fusion Jerky is a combination of Read More
Since 1968, Golden Valley Natural has been a leading producer of natural and organic meat snacks in the United States. Golden Valley Natural is located in Idaho Falls, Idaho. The livestock used is advertised to be ethically ranch raised, where the Read More
The next review on Mountain Man will focus on a 1.8 ounce/50 gram bag of their sweet jalapeno flavored beef jerky. This bag was kindly submitted for review by the founder of Mountain Man, Robert Lahue.
The next review on Mad Cow Jerky will be on a 0.6 ounce/18 gram bag of their Smoking Jack flavor. This flavor is described as having a smoky taste, along with the whiskey brand Jack Daniel’s. This jerky was graciously submitted by the owner, Mary-Anne Delost (M.A.D.).