Make & Model - The New Primal Turkey Jerky
Calories Per Serving - 70
Protein Per Serving - 12 grams
Package Size - 2 ounces
MSRP - $7.59

Tester #1: Patrick Vuong

Overall: Its sweetness hits my tongue first, followed by a salty aftertaste, making for a strangely enjoyable, yin-yang-like taste. The texture is welcoming, too, as it has a solid balance between moistness and chewiness — as good jerky should. I like that it comes with a resealable bag and is among the more healthful offerings in this guide.

Tester #2: John Schwartze

Overall: Wow! For taste alone I think this is unbeatable. I polished off the bag in seconds flat. The meat is moist with layer upon layer of flavor. Nice little bit-sized pieces with 24-percent protein per serving, 10-percent sodium, but zero fat — something you'd want a lot of for survival. Just for snacking on, though, it's amazing. Probably the best jerky I've ever had.

Tester #3: Martin Anders

Overall: I can't put my finger on the flavors of this turkey-derived jerky. According to its ingredients, it is seasoned with pineapple juice and apple cider vinegar among other things. It's an interesting taste that I think I can grow to like. It is moist and tender — perhaps it is made of turkey — but it comes in much smaller pieces than other jerkies.

Notes: If you like the taste of social responsibility along with your salted-up meats, look no further than The New Primal. Its Turkey Jerky is made of Thanksgiving birds that enjoy four times the roaming area than that of the average commercial turkey. Their free-range turkeys are raised in a stress-free environment without antibiotics and hormones.

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