This marks jerky review #50 for this web site. Just for fun, I will do a review on my own jerky, which is not for sale. I suppose this will be called the Jerky Ingredients brand name. This review will be on a 2.1 ounce/60 gram bag of beef jerky of which I call my extreme garlic flavor.
In 2013, while looking for jerky at a ShopRite store in Greenwich, New Jersey, much to my surprise I found this 3 ounce/85 gram bag of Butterball turkey jerky. This review will focus on their oven roasted original flavor.
Butterball is the famous brand name for turkey based in Garner, North Carolina. I can’t say that I was all that surprised to learn that Butterball has turkey jerky also. This jerky however is manufactured by 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
Jeff’s Famous Jerky was founded by Jeff Richards, and he started this business in 2010, based out of Mission Veijo, California. Jeff began experimenting with jerky recipes in the early seventies, having 20 years of experience in the food industry. By 2006, there was considerable interest in his beef jerky, where Read More
Note January 2015: For a recent, live taste review, open this Wild Bill’s Hickory Smoked Review #2.
In 2009, at a Tops Friendly Market store in Penn Yan, New York, I purchased a 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of this Wild Bill’s hickory smoked flavor. I actually have four unique bags of this hickory smoked flavor, but the ingredient lists are all the same, so this will only count as one review. Read More
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.