The Smokehouse Jerky Co. brand name was launched in 2008. On January 2/2017, Franco and his wife Patti Fonseca acquired Smokehouse Jerky Co. from Trent Levinson and his wife Barbie. Franco has since added some new flavors, and they have a new web site design. All Smokehouse Jerky Co. jerky is made in small batches. Tender Heifer Snack Co. have steadily Read More
The next review for JerkyPro will focus on a 3 ounce/85 gram bag of their Honey Glazed flavored 100% grass-fed shredded beef jerky. In August 2017, this honey glazed flavor was named the TasteTV Top Artisan Jerky Award Winner. The jerky bag was graciously submitted for review by the JerkyPro Team.
The next review for Derf Jerky will be on a 2.1 ounce/60 gram bag of their Abeille Dijon (Dijon Bee) flavored beef jerky. This flavor is described as a delicious blend of mustard and honey, having floral and herbal notes, combining bitter and sweet. The jerky was kindly submitted for review by one of the owners, Fred Le Tourneux-Gagnon. Cleverly, Derf is Fred’s name spelled backwards.
The next review for 4 Seasons Jerky will focus on a 2 ounce/56.7 gram bag of their Honey Basil flavored turkey jerky. This flavor is advertised as an aromatic blend of basil and sweetness of honey. The bag was graciously submitted for review by the owner, Thom Le, which is short for Thomas
This Naked Cow Beef Jerky brand name is distributed by Appalachian Jerky Co., and made in Brighton, Massachusetts. It started in the late 1990’s, where 2jerkys Ron Myrick and Doug Labb started making jerky for their camping and canoe trips. In 2011 Read More
The next review for The Meat Makers will be on a 1.4 ounce/40 gram bag of their honey & mustard flavored turkey jerky. Interestingly, the turkey is air-dried, which would make it a healthier product than your average jerky dried in a dehydrator or smoker. This bag was kindly submitted for review by Silvija Murnikovaite from the Sales & Marketing team.