Red Truck Beef Jerky has been delivering delicious jerky for over 15 years. Made in the USA, Red Truck Beef Jerky uses only the finest cuts of beef and secret special seasonings. Our secret process delivers the most tender and flavor bursting jerky in the world. No other traditional beef jerky compares. Please try Red Truck Beef Jerky and put us to the test. You won't be disappointed. Red Truck Beef Jerky is available through our online store or scroll down to see some of the fine vendors carrying this tasty jerky.
Red Truck Beef Jerky is a Great High Protein Snack
Introducing Red Truck Mini-Sausage Snack Sticks!
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Red Truck Beef Jerky News
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Red Truck Beef Jerky - Teriyaki has been awarded 5 stars ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ from BestBeefJerky.com
Our Teriyaki was described as "very flavorful, very snackable, and hard to resist". We couldn't agree more!
Read the full review here.
Red Truck Beef Jerky is now an approved "Drop-Ship" vendor (#0033710) at Orgill, Inc.
Orgill distributes to over 6,000 stores in 60 countries.
Red Truck Beef Jerky is proud to announce that our gourmet beef jerky is now available at your local Schnucks Grocery Store
Red Truck Beef Jerky can be found at these stores:
The State of the Beef Jerky Industry:
The meat jerky category has experienced growth in the last five years despite the economic downturn, including a 6 percent jump in 2012, according to IBISWorld, an industry and market research firm based in Los Angeles.
Portability, low prices and innovative flavors should help the jerky category grow at an average annual rate of 3.7 percent to $1 billion in sales in the five years to 2017. “While per capita red meat consumption declined during the recession due to consumers‘ tightened budgets, this metric has increased since 2009," according to Mary Nanfelt, IBISWorld industry analyst. The recession forced Americans to limit discretionary spending. But instead of forgoing meat jerky altogether, consumers opted for lower-priced products. “Per capita disposable income has returned to growth, allowing consumers to purchase higher-value snacks," Nanfelt said. Companies such as Oberto Sausage Company, Link Snacks, Jerky Snack Brands and ConAgra Foods have invested in major expansions that have increased concentration during the past five years. Along with those companies, Red Truck has stepped into the marketplace to be a major player. With the introduction of their healthier gourmet jerky line being gluten-free, no MSG, no artificial colors or flavors, no corn syrup, and no maltodextrin they prove to be a noticeable force in this growing category
IBISWorld projects this trend to continue, as key players concentrate on core business development to achieve optimal economies of scale. IBISWorld forecasts continued revenue growth over the five years to 2017, though at a slightly lower average rate. Industry operators will likely experience greater competitive pressures from alternative snack food providers and limited revenue opportunities. Also new producers to the meat jerky category will intensify competition within the industry.