The jerky brand name Uncle Buck’s Smokehouse Jerky located in West Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, was officially launched back in 2003. Slowly over the years their jerky was sold in other locations. By 2007, new Teriyaki and Barbecue Pepper flavours were introduced, and their jerky was selling in more markets, trade shows, special events, and large Read More
This will be the second review for Mong Lee Shang hot flavored vegetarian imitation beef jerky. In actuality, this flavor is a hot based mushroom jerky. The ingredient list has since changed, the bag design has been tweaked, and the flavor name has been changed. This whopping 5.6 ounces/160 grams bag was purchased at a Season’s Foodmart store in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. Read More
The Great Canadian Meat Company recently shortened their brand name to Great Canadian Meat, and they were founded in 1992, as a two man operation. With their deli line, in addition to jerky, Great Canadian Meat has grown to become one of the largest lines of meat snacks in Canada. It is a fairly common sight to see The Great Canadian Meat Company beef jerky for sale in Ontario Read More
Note: For a current live taste review on a tweaked healthier ingredient list, and different bag design, open up Great Canadian Meat – Original Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
This Devour jerky brand was launched in 2016, and Devour jerky is only sold in Canada. As advertised, Devour jerky is “Proudly Made With Simple Ingredients”. This Devour jerky brand name is distributed under the name of Devour Meats, and they are located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Devour jerky is manufactured in the USA by an unknown Read More
The first review for Glenwood Smoked Meats will focus on a 1.4 ounce/40 gram bag of their cracked pepper beef jerky. This flavor is simply advertised as good old fashion peppered jerky made with 100% beef. The bag was purchased at a 7-Eleven store in Brampton, Ontario.