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.
The next review on EPIC will be on a 3 ounce/84 gram bag of their Berry Blossom flavored organic beef jerky trail mix. There is a combination of jerky, berries, organic cacao nibs, and organic coconut chips. This bag was purchased at a TJ Maxx store in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
This next review on the Simms brand of jerky will be on a 6.2 ounce/175 gram bag of their teriyaki flavored beef jerky. Worth noting is that the actual jerky weight is only 152 grams, where the net weight includes the bag weight. This bag was purchased at an Aldi store in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
The next review on Jim Dandy Beef Jerky will focus on a 3 ounce/85 gram bag of their black label flavored beef jerky, which is a hickory smoked based flavor. This bag was purchased at a gas station in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
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 Read More
This next review on the Simms brand of jerky will be on a 6.2 ounce/175 gram bag of their original flavored beef jerky. This bag was purchased at an Aldi store in East Rutherford, New Jersey, back in December 2014.
This Simms brand of jerky is distributed by Aldi Inc., based out of Batavia, Illinois. Aldi is a very large company with grocery stores located in at least 18 countries around the world. This jerky is manufactured by the private label company Marfood USA, located in Taylor, Michigan. That Read More
Note: for a live taste review open Simms – Original Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
This 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of original flavor beef jerky was purchased in Penn Yan, New York in 2009, located in the Finger Lakes region. It was purchased at a store name Aldi’s, where it was common to see horse and buggies parked in front of the store from the local Amish community. Read More