Oberto may still be the second largest national meat snack company that sells well over 100 different dried meat products. Oberto is a family-owned company that was formed over 100 years ago in 1918 by Constantino Oberto. In 1967, Safeway became the first national grocery store to carry Oh Boy! Oberto jerky. In 1994, they launched turkey jerky. In 2000, they aligned with Read More
Note: For a current live taste review on a tweaked ingredient list and bag design, open up Pecos Bill’s – Teriyaki Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
The next review for Pecos Bill’s will be on a 2 ounce/57 gram bag of their teriyaki flavored beef jerky. This jerky bag was purchased at a convenience store in Brampton, Ontario, Canada, back in 2008.
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 EPIC Bites jerky brand name was created by Taylor Collins and Katie Forrest. This brand is distributed by Epic Provisions, located in Austin, Texas. Both Taylor and Katie are physically active, and were looking for foods to satisfy their needs. Then Read More
The Atlantic Pride Beef Jerky brand name is distributed by Atlantic Dominion, located in Virginia Beach, Virginia. They were established in 1875, and today advertise themselves as the 16th largest convenience store distributor in the Read More
This review will focus on a 2.75 ounce/78 gram bag of beef jerky for the Clover Valley brand name. Worth noting is that the actual jerky weight is only 72 grams, where 79 grams is supposed to be the net weight, which includes the weight of the plastic bag. This bag was purchased at a Dollar General Store in North Arlington, New Jersey in 2015.