Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Big Fork Brands Pork Jerky & Craft Pork Snack Sticks

Big Fork knows that everyone loves bacon, so they crafted a bacon-inspired pork jerky so you can enjoy the flavor of bacon anytime, anywhere, without guilt.  Big Fork Craft Pork Jerky is meaty, smoky, sweet, savory, and most importantly crave-able.  Big Fork supports small independent farmers in Iowa who raise 100% Berkshire Hogs outdoors. These hogs are not treated with antibiotics, so you know you are getting premium-quality, handcrafted, delicious jerky. They use the best-tasting pork on the planet.  We slice the lean pork thin and marinate it overnight.   Then it’s slow smoked and dried in small batches to a perfect tender bite and texture.  Big Fork Craft Pork Jerky Original. Big Fork Craft Jerky Spicy 3 Pepper is made with Crushed Red Chilies, Cracked Black Pepper, and Habaneros. Big Fork Craft Jerky Maple It's their Original Jerky that's dipped in Vermont pure maple syrup. 

Craft Pork Snack Stick is an on-the-go, clean label protein is not only delish, but they are also made with only clean and pure ingredients good for your body and mind.  Each snack stick is only 50 calories yet packs 7 grams of lean, belly-filling protein in each easy to carry a stick. You will find them in Thai Green Curry which has green curry paste and spices, Original and Maple & Pepper with real maple syrup from Vermont.
My Opinion: The Pork Stick Maple & Pepper has a lot of pepper flavor; Thai Green Chili is a flavor I am not fond of. I do like how easy I can grab one and put in my purse as a snack on the road instead of ending up with an unhealthy snack from the store. The jerky is mild and easy to eat as a snack as well. They make great stocking stuffers for Christmas.

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