Review: People’s Choice Beef Jerky

People's Choice Beef JerkyIt seems like there are more and more beef jerky companies popping up every single day, so it’s always cool to see one that’s been around for over 85 years and four generations like People’s Choice Beef Jerky has.

They recently shipped me one of their One-of-Everything jerky boxes, which includes 11 bags of jerky in flavors ranging from Limón con Chile to Garlic Ginger to Sweet Chili Habanero, as well as classics like Teriyaki and Hot & Spicy. If you’re not super familiar with beef jerky and you’re just used to grabbing random bags of it off convenience store shelves this is pretty much the perfect sampler pack to showcase all the different jerky flavors that are actually out there. I’m about half way through the box thus far and I’m happy to report that every single bag I’ve tried has been great!

They also have specially curated jerky boxes that are based on different tastes you might have so if for instance you only like spicy jerky you could check out their Some Like It Hot box or if you prefer mostly mild jerky you could pick up their Simple & Savory box.

Another really cool thing they offer are the limited-edition, small batch flavors that rotate every few months as they search for new flavors and test them out in their People’s Choice Tasting Kitchen.

If you’d like to try People’s Choice Beef Jerky for yourself — and if you even remotely like beef jerky I can’t think of any reason why you wouldn’t want to — you can use promo code DUDEFOODS29 for 15% off any order.

You can also check them out on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or watch the video below to learn a little more about them.




3 Comments on Review: People’s Choice Beef Jerky

  1. neil lopez
    June 23, 2016 at 9:56 am (11 months ago)

    I just got a dehydrator for Christmas and I’m looking to start making my own jerky. Does anyone have a good recipe for a zero or low carb jerky that they’ve tried before? I’m finding some recipes online, but they lack either reviews or nutritional facts. Thanks!

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  2. Mr. Mike
    June 30, 2016 at 6:59 pm (11 months ago)

    I looked at the “some like it hot” link and and you get 5 bags for $30. This is actually cheaper than the junk you get at 7-11 around here where a bag is usually $7 – $8. Don’t know how much shipping is though.

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    • John R.
      July 10, 2016 at 12:14 pm (11 months ago)

      Looks like they only charge $5 for shipping

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