Slim Jim is a famous brand of meat snacks in the United States that has been around since the 1920s. The company is known for its signature beef sticks, thin, dried sausages made from beef and pork. The company offers a variety of meat snacks in addition to its classic beef sticks, including teriyaki, smoked, and spicy flavors. Slim Jim products are widely available in convenience stores, gas stations, and supermarkets Read More
Note: For a more current live taste review on a tweaked bag design and ingredient list, open up Pemmican – Original Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
The next review on the Pemmican brand of jerky will focus on a 3.85 ounce/104 gram bag of their original flavored beef jerky. This bag was purchased at a gas station located in Jacksonville, Read More
The Duke’s brand of beef jerky is distributed by Duke’s Meats. The Duke’s jerky brand name was started in 2004 by Justin Havlick, aka “Duke”. Their jerky is advertised to be made in small batches, and is smoked using real hardwoods, not “liquid lumber” in Read More
The next review on Slim Jim will focus on a 2.75 ounce/77 gram bag of their maple flavored bacon jerky. This bag was purchased at a convenience store in late December 2014, while visiting Kearny, New Jersey.
The Slim Jim brand name is manufactured and distributed by the very large and successful company ConAgra Foods, based out of Omaha, Nebraska. It is likely that the Slim Jim brand name is in the top five of North America for dried beef sales. It all started in Read More
The first review on Slim Jim will focus on a 3.15 ounce/89 gram bag of their carne asada flavored beef steakhouse strips. This bag was purchased at a convenience store in late December 2014, while visiting Kearny, New Jersey.