Jerky – Comparative table of nutrition facts

We have so many articles on Jerky on our website that a little recap is in order for those who would like to have the main information in front of them without having to reread all the articles on the subject.

For more details, you can always access the articles through the link on the name of each product.

The ratio indicates the ratio between the amount of raw material used and the amount of finished product. For example, in the case of SirLoin Chilli with a ratio of 2.87, it will take 287 g of fresh meat to get 100 g of Jerky after drying.

Brand Product Type Composition Ratio Organic Energy Fat of which saturates Carbo-hydrates of which sugar Protein Salt Additives
Cherky Teriyaki Jerky Beef 2.22 Yes 272 6.38 2.76 10.03 6.14 43.5 3.0  
SirLoin Traditional Jerky Beef 2.83 Yes 256 3.5 2.9 1.0 1.0 55 3.0  
SirLoin Chilli Jerky Beef 2.87 Yes 258 3.5 2.9 1.7 1.7 55 3.2  
Taisun Mushroom Jerky Shiitake   No 350 10 4 59 17.8 6 2.26 E202
Cherky Black garlic Stick Veal 2.22 Yes 308 14.6 5.58 1.02 1.01 43.23 4.42  
TMM Paprika Bar Beef   No 364 8.6 2.1 25.6 21.3 47 1.59  
Vantastic Original Jerky Soy   No 267 7.1 4.9 30 30 19 2.23  
Cherky Original Jerky Beef 2.22 Yes 279 5.77 2.49 4.15 4.15 52.5 1.8  
Jimini’s Spicy Chilli Insect Buffalo worm   No 438 20 6.2 18.1 2.8 39 6.21 E504, E414
TMM Cayenne Pepper Bar Beef   No 368 8.9 2.1 26.5 21.3 46.7 1.61  
TMM Lean Pork Stick Pork   No 284 6.2 2.25 16.59 13.78 40.4 1.94  
TMM Lean Beef Stick Beef   No 271 5.6 2.32 14.05 8.75 41.1 2.67  
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Nutrition facts for 100 g of finished product.