The brand name PC is a well-known brand name for stores such as the Loblaw’s grocery store, and many other grocery chains. PC is an abbreviation for President’s Choice, whose mission is to develop unique or superior products that offer better value to Canadians. The bag states that Bob Meyer of Helmville, Montana is among their dedicated suppliers of beef raised without the Read More
The Great Canadian Meat Company recently shortened their brand name to Great Canadian Meat, and they were founded in 1992, as a two man operation. With their deli line, in addition to jerky, Great Canadian Meat has grown to become one of the largest lines of meat snacks in Canada. It is a fairly common sight to see The Great Canadian Meat Company beef jerky for sale in Ontario Read More
Note: For a current live taste review on a tweaked healthier ingredient list, and different bag design, open up Great Canadian Meat – Original Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
This Devour jerky brand was launched in 2016, and Devour jerky is only sold in Canada. As advertised, Devour jerky is “Proudly Made With Simple Ingredients”. This Devour jerky brand name is distributed under the name of Devour Meats, and they are located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Devour jerky is manufactured in the USA by an unknown Read More
After the Founder and CEO Tim Sotoadeh’s first visit to a local farm in 2012, he vowed never to spend another dollar on factory farmed meat again. Tim knew that ancient traditions used bones, and determined it was worth pursuing this ancient knowledge. Bones are not very popular in North America, so Tim and his team developed a bone broth. All bones used are from locally sourced farms. After finding success selling super healthy bone broth, Broya recently launched a bites jerky line in April 2018 that currently offers Read More
Note: For a current live taste review on a tweaked ingredient list and bag design, open up Pecos Bill’s – Teriyaki Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
The next review for Pecos Bill’s will be on a 2 ounce/57 gram bag of their teriyaki flavored beef jerky. This jerky bag was purchased at a convenience store in Brampton, Ontario, Canada, back in 2008.