The jerky brand name Uncle Buck’s Smokehouse Jerky located in West Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, was officially launched back in 2003. Slowly over the years their jerky was sold in other locations. By 2007, new Teriyaki and Barbecue Pepper flavours were introduced, and their jerky was selling in more markets, trade shows, special events, and large Read More
Jax Snax Foods Inc. is a family owned business that launched in 2011. Things are done a little differently with Jax Snax Foods Inc., where there is no fooling around. They currently only sell a whopping 15 ounce bag of jerky, which is 425.24 grams. Only serious jerky lovers needed here. Each bag contains 15 humongous, tasty original flavored Jax Beef Jerky slabs. Note that there are Read More
The first review on Big Chief will focus on a 4.2 ounce/120 gram bag of their original flavored chopped and formed beef jerky. This flavor is described as using Big Chief’s signature blend of spices to create a traditional “Old West” North American jerky taste, using European sausage-making techniques. The bag was purchased at a Walmart store in Brampton, Ontario, Canada.
McSweeney’s beef jerky is a somewhat common sight in Ontario stores, usually the bigger store chains. This review will focus on their 2.8 ounce/80 gram bag of their Hot Asian Spice flavor bought in 2012 at a convenience store in Burlington, Ontario, Canada.
In searching for Canadian beef jerky makers that sell online, it was common to see references for Longview beef jerky. So in 2011, I ordered this 2.8 ounce/80 gram bag of sweet chili flavored beef jerky.
This jerky is made and distributed by Longview Meat Merchandise Ltd., based out of Longview, Alberta, Canada. They have a small meat store, and sell other products. Longview Meat Merchandise Ltd. started out as a community butcher shop in 1978. Over the years, Read More