Uncle Buck’s is the brand name of jerky for Bass Pro Shops, whose headquarters is located in Springfield, Missouri, the large chain store that sells fishing accessories among many other things. This jerky is manufactured and distributed by the very large private labeler company Monogram Meat Snacks, LLC, based out of Memphis, Tennessee, where this a stock recipe. Read More
Note: For a current live taste review on what may be a tweaked ingredient list, open up Wild Bill’s – Hickory Smoked Beef Jerky From The Jar (Review #2).
This will be the first review for Wild Bill’s hickory smoked ‘Jerky From The Jar’ style of beef jerky, referring to a mason jar. This 2.3 ounce/62 gram bag was purchased at a convenience store in Kearny, New Jersey back in 2011. Read More
The first review for Stewart’s will focus on a 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of their teriyaki beef jerky. This flavor is advertised to use premium cuts of beef, seasoned and smoked to perfection. The bag was purchased at a convenience store in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
This Jim Dandy Beef Jerky brand name is distributed under the name of Jim Dandy Snack Foods Co. They are based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. This jerky brand was launched in 1995 by the owner Denny, aka Jim Dandy. A loose definition of Jim Dandy is Read More
This review will focus on a 3 ounce/85 gram bag of the Duck Dynasty jerky brand name for their original beef jerky. The bag was purchased back in December 2013, at a ShopRite store for $7.99 in Greenwich, New Jersey.
This will be the second review for Wild Bill’s hickory smoked beef jerky, which includes a live taste review. This 3 ounce/85 gram bag was purchased at a Wawa gas station in Kearny, New Jersey, in December 2014.
The Wild Bill’s brand name is owned by the very large and successful Monogram Meat Snacks, LLC., located in Memphis, Tennessee. Prior to being acquired by Monogram Meat Snacks, LLC. in 2009, the Wild Bill’s brand name originated in 1955 within Read More