What products are listed for this advertiser?
Made in America Alligator Jerky, Made in the USA Beef Jerky, Made in America Buffalo Jerky, American Made Elk Jerky, Made in America Licorice, Made in the USA Meat Sticks, Made in America Peanuts, American Made Popcorn, Made in America Pretzels, Made in America Turkey Jerky, American Made Venison Jerky, and Made in the USA Wid Boar Jerky.
Beef Jerky and Gourmet Jerky
Beef Jerky is what we specialize in, but our service is what keeps us in business. Jerky.com carries the widest selection of USA made jerky and jerky gift baskets for every budget and everyone knows it. Our goal is to provide every customer with the best selection of beef jerky products and unique snacks. We're also the premier jerky site for exotic jerky such as Elk Jerky, Kangaroo Jerky as well as meat sticks. We provide a user-friendly site with a checkout process that guarantees every transaction to be fast, safe and secure. Shop around, join our newsletter for exclusive discounts and get social with us on facebook or twitter to see what we're doing next. You will soon see why nearly all of our customers are repeat ones!
The following is a reply from Jerky to our question – "Are your products Made in the USA?"
How do you know the products you have listed are Made in the USA?
Before including products in our database we review the advertiser’s website and/or contact them to ascertain the origin of their products. Some advertisers sell both Made in USA products and foreign ones. Therefore we highly recommend you review FAQ 2.
We immediately investigate any complaints regarding deceptive Country of Origin claims. If we determine an advertiser's claim is not truthful we will immediately remove the product/s from our database and suspend our relationship with the Company making the claim.
To document your complaint, email us by using our Contact Us page. We can only respond to complaints that have been submitted in writing.
What does Made in USA mean?
There is no law requiring most products to be labeled Made In USA, or have any other disclosure about the amount of U.S. content. However, for job creation purposes (see our Big Secret tab), if you have a choice between an imported product and one with no country of origin on its label, choose the product without a country of origin over the imported one. This is true because the product without the country origin on its label has at least some American labor in its content and the imported one most likely does not.
Note: Imported products are required by law to country of origin on their label and products partially Made In USA do not. To answer this question completely reviewing our Labeling Tips 1, 2 & 3. These tips are accessible from scrolling to the bottom of our home page clicking Browse All Tips button.