In 2012, I made an online purchase for the Holy Cow! Kosher brand with this 2.12 ounce/60.1 gram bag of teriyaki flavored beef jerky. The brand name is Holy Cow! Kosher. Kosher beef is used, meaning the food is allowed for consumption under Jewish dietary guidelines. The aim is for a Rabbi to slaughter the animal, limiting the amount of pain the animal will endure.
In April, 2014, I purchased this 2.5 ounce/72 gram bag of sweet and hot flavored Halal beef jerky at the Indian grocery store Bestway Food Market in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. Halal means food that is allowed for consumption under Islamic dietary guidelines. The aim is for a Muslim to slaughter the animal, limiting the amount of pain the animal will endure.
This jerky is distributed by Rite Aid Corporation located in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania.The jerky itself was made by Marfood USA, or possibly Mirab USA, I think they are the same company now. This is a very large company who makes jerky for most of the large chain stores, plus many other stores, Read More
In 2010, I purchased this 3.15 ounce/89 gram bag of Texas Teriyaki flavored Stubb’s beef jerky. This bag was purchased at a convenience store in Jacksonville, Florida. This jerky uses Stubbs Texas Teriyaki Marinade, which is a commercially sold barbecue sauce.
Mountain America Jerky specializes in beef jerky, game meat, and exotic jerky. It is made and distributed by Mountain America Jerky Ltd. based out of Denver, Colorado. This small company is run by Chuck Watson, and was established in 1997. Their jerky is made in small batches on a daily basis. Each batch is Read More
While visiting the USA in 2012 I made an online purchase for an 8 ounce/226 gram bag of beef jerky for the Bach Cuc brand. This review will focus on their Du Du Bo Kho flavor, which is a Vietnamese dish with green papaya salad and jerky.
Bach Cuc, Inc makes and distributes this Bach Cuc brand of jerky, based out of South El Monte, California. Bach Cuc, Inc have been using recipes and a process to make jerky that goes back more than Read More