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Ceres, Calif., near the turkey capital of the world, is home for SnackMasters. They take advantage of the locally abundant turkey to buy tons of it per month. Along with tons of beef and fish, SnackMasters makes a lot of jerky. "However, here at SnackMasters we sacrifice high yield for high quality," says Rekoutis. SnackMasters yields less than other processors because they prefer processing without water or preservatives. "By using just the right blend of sauces and spices, our jerky is better tasting, better chewing, healthier, and longer lasting than our competition. We produce what our customers demand," he says.
SnackMasters uses all-natural beef and free-range turkey, marinated in a mix of ingredients made in fresh batches each morning. No water is added. There are also no artificial colors, flavors, enhancers, or ingredients in their products. Plus, all phases of the processing procedure are considered handmade. "SnackMasters is truly not a mass production-machined product," says Rekoutis.
Flavor: Hot & Spicy | Size: 2-Ounce Packages (Pack of 8)
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Used to buy this from Trader Joe's and whole foods but both of them stopped caring it . Found out they sold it on amazon and got excited . Read morePublished 1 month ago by jeremy paul greene
less filling, tastes great--wait wrong product. This tastes wonderful and is very nutricious. We all love it.Published 5 months ago by GYPSY THE STEGOSAURUS
Best jerky I have ever had. Sent a bunch to grandkids and they loved it!Published 8 months ago by S. Boer
I have tried (and usually liked) turkey, beef and buffalo jerky in several different flavors from quite a few brands. This is, without exception, the worst I have eaten. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Gloria E. Clements
Did not like the taste of the jerky. Inferior quality. Gave the remainder away. I only wish that the Oberto brand has a spicy pepper type of turkey jerky.Published on December 29, 2012 by Ellis L. Holley