Old Trapper Beef Jerky

My daughter, Kinsley, is a huge beef jerky fan. We always keep some in the house for her, and it is always her first request on road trips. The only issue we have is that not all beef jerky is created equally. There are some brands that Kinsley won’t touch while others, like Old Trapper, are her top choice. Their “old fashioned” and “peppered” flavors are some of Kinsley’s favorites, while I personally prefer the “Teriyaki” flavor. Old Trapper has been around for years, and there is no question why it is one of the largest jerky companies in the US. Their jerky is made with lean high-quality meat, quality seasonings, real wood-fired smoke and a hands-on manufacturing process. On top of that, Old Trapper is extremely affordable compared to competitor brands. Old Trapper’s featured jerky products include 10-ounce individual bags which can be found in grocery and convenience stores nationwide.

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About Old Trapper Smoked Products: Old Trapper Smoked Products has produced its signature line of authentic handmade beef jerky from its headquarters in Forest Grove, Oregon since 1969. That 50 years of experience, complemented by continued investments in state-of-the-art processes, result in top-quality products that are distributed nationwide. A family-run business, Old Trapper offers a full line of high-quality, naturally smoked meat snacks using only the best lean strips of beef, the quality seasoning ingredients and real wood-fired smoke. For more information, please visit www.OldTrapper.com.  

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