The brand name No Name is a line of generic brand grocery and household products sold by Loblaw Companies Limited, Canada’s largest food retailer. Launched in 1978, all items are sold in black and yellow packaging and generally offer savings of between 10 and 40 percent over national brands. This jerky is actually made by an unknown private labeler, meaning that this Read More
Gold Emblem seemed to start appearing in stores about three years ago. This Gold Emblem jerky brand seems to be a replacement to the Clover Valley jerky brand, although that is not verified. While CVS Pharmacy, Inc. ditributes this jerky, I generally refer to this jerky as Dollar Store jerky. The quality of Dollar Store jerky has come a long way in the last dozen years. Read More
Traditionally, pemmican is a style of dried beef created by Native American Indians, and was known to last over a year. It is a mixture of cooked, dried, and a shredded type of meat combined with melted fat. The Pemmican jerky brand name is distributed by The Classic Jerky Company, located in Taylor, Michigan. Marfood USA is the private labeler behind this jerky, also located at Read More
Note: For a more current taste review on a tweaked ingredient list and bag design, open up Old Trapper – Teriyaki Beef Jerky (Review #2).
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This Cattleman’s Cut jerky brand name was launched by the very large family owned business Oberto Sausage Co. The slogan for the popular Lowrey’s jerky brand name also manufactured by Oberto Sausage Co. happens to be “Cattleman’s Cut”. This Cattleman’s Cut jerky brand has a successful marketing campaign of making fun of men in America for an array of “mamby-pamby” Read More