While visiting Calabasas, California in 2011, I purchased this 3.25 ounce/92 gram original flavored brand of beef jerky at a Ralphs store. This being the large grocery store chain Ralphs, owned by The Kroger Co. They distribute this jerky based out of Cincinnati, Ohio, and have locations throughout Southern California.
Since about 2012, bacon jerky exploded on to the jerky scene. Many jerky makers now make it. This review will focus on the Oh Boy! Oberto brand made by Oberto Brands. In 2013, I purchased this 2.5 ounce/71 gram bag at a grocery store in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
In 2011, I bought this 4 ounce/113 gram bag of pork jerky from the Asian grocery store Ocean’s in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. This Soo jerky is made and distributed by Soo Singapore Jerky Ltd., located in Redmond, British Columbia, Canada.
This company was founded in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1985 with a 1,400 sq. ft facility, and is now 10,000 sq. ft, specializing in Singaporean and Malaysian-style beef, salmon and pork jerky. There is Read More
The 365 brand is sold at the popular organic store Whole Foods Market. This 3 ounce/85 gram bag of original flavor is no exception, being organic. The 365 brand of jerky is only sold in the USA, not in Canada, or at least not in Ontario.
This bag was bought in 2013 at a Whole Foods store while visiting Cambridge, Massachusetts. Whole Foods was started back in 1980 with one small store in Austin, Texas. Today, they are the world’s Read More
In searching for new jerky, sometimes you get lucky, and find locally made jerky. In 2010 that was the case when visiting Oxnard, Ventura County, California. At a convenience store, I purchased a 1 ounce/28 gram bag of Old Fashioned flavor of the Ventura 101 Snacks jerky brand name.
On the Arizona Jack’s web site, they explain how they have been making jerky for nearly 30 years using USDA approved meat from their plant. They go on to say the jerky is smoked in “state-of-the-art” ovens. As advertised on the bag, this jerky is definitely soft and tender. Read More