Soo Jerky was founded in Vancouver, British Columbia, by married couple Phillip and Soo Wong back in 1985 with a 1,400 sq. ft facility. Today, they now use a 10,000 sq. ft, facility specializing in Singaporean and Malaysian-style beef, salmon and pork jerky. There is a heavy presence of Asians in Vancouver, British Columbia, where this Soo Jerky brand of jerky really became popular in Chinatown. Currently, they Read More
Note: For a more current taste review on a tweaked bag design and ingredient list open up Soo Jerky – Satay Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
Soo Jerky was founded in Vancouver, British Columbia, by married couple Phillip and Soo Wong back in 1985 with a 1,400 sq. ft facility. Today, they now use a 10,000 sq. ft, facility specializing Read More
The first review on Noble Jerky will focus on a 2.47 ounce/70 gram bag of their chipotle flavored vegan jerky. This flavor is described as being hot and spicy. The bag was purchased at a Winners store in Brampton, Ontario, Canada.
The chief and founder, Blair Swiler, is a chef. Initially, Blair only made jerky for his family using a proprietary smoking process. Then his business partner, and now co-founder, Dennis Riedel, realized the potential of selling “Filet in a Bag”. In their words, it is “Jerky Done Right”. They aspire to only make the best jerky they can, where they don’t believe that anything, or anyone, should ever Read More
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
At Buddha Brands, the mini but mighty coconut is king. Using their favorite wonder food, they make Thirsty Buddha coconut water, Healthy Buddha coconut nectar and vinegar, plus Hungry Buddha coconut chips and jerky. If you’re looking for coconut-based products that are vegan, non-GMO, naturally gluten-free, free from trans fats, and paleo-friendly, you’ve found your sweet Read More