Soo Jerky was founded in Vancouver, British Columbia, by married couple Phillip and Soo Wong in 1985 with a 1,400 sq. ft facility. 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 became popular in Chinatown. Currently, they Read More
It all started with providing jerky to brave pioneers who often walked every step of the 2000 mile long grueling Oregon Trail. Tillamook Country Smoker has been in business for over 50 years. According to Tillamook Country Smoker, the original Oregonians, the Native Americans indigenous to the area, taught settlers how to make jerky. Back in the 1970s, two local farming families, the Smiths and Giengers, joined the Crossleys to Read More
Dickson’s Farmstand Meats first started selling two beef jerky flavors in 2009. Dickson’s Farmstand Meats is a neighborhood butcher shop in Chelsea Market offering artisanal meats and house-made charcuterie. Their beef, pork, lamb, and poultry are sourced from small, family farms in upstate New York that are carefully handpicked for their humanely-raised, high-quality animals. They proudly share with you the stories Read More
On the back of the Old Trapper jerky bag, they describe how they have over 40 years of experience making jerky. They explain how the finest ingredients are used and then smoked with natural wood. In 2016, Old Trapper embarked on its most ambitious expansion yet when it broke ground on a new 80,000 square foot manufacturing facility at its headquarters in Forest Grove, Oregon. Read More
Note: For a more current taste review open up Old Trapper Beef Jerky (Review #2).
On the back of the Old Trapper jerky bag, they describe how they have over 40 years of experience making jerky. They go on to explain how the finest ingredients are used, and then smoked with real wood. In 2016, Old Trapper embarked on their most Read More
It took over 8 1/2 years to celebrate, reviewing 3,000 ounces of jerky to date. This is our first time celebrating a jerky weight milestone. The price of jerky generally goes down when buying jerky in larger quantities. 8 ounce, 12 ounce, and 16 ounce (one pound) bags appear to be increasing in popularity as the prices of everything rises. There is one interesting aspect observed about jerky weight. One kilogram of jerky works out Read More