We're coming up on that time of year when you pack up the car and hit the road for Spring Break. If you've done this before then you know beef jerky is an essential piece of the road-trip menu. If you're new to the experience,BULKis here to educate you in all things jerky ahead of what should be a memorable trek across the map.
We picked five of the best choices for beef jerky to pack for the long haul. No matter where you're going, you're going to want something good while you're on your way there. Get ready to pack the protein, folks.
This is some of the softest beef jerky you'll find on the market and good for anyone coming along for the ride. It's sweet and spicy flavor makes the trip even more enjoyable and your taste buds will thank you for it. It has a punch of heat on the back end that makes is more addicting with each bite of this premium jerky.
Texas strong is more than just a way of life. It also describes the quality of our Texas-style jerky. This is a thin, whole muscle, round cut that's slow smoked for 12 hours. That kind of patience is perfect for the driver on your road trip because, as you know, sitting behind the wheel for consecutive hours requires someone with the highest amount of patience.
Every doggo deserves a good, clean snack. Luckily, jerky-doggy treats exist and your dog will appreciate them. Make sure you pack these 8 oz. bags for your best friend because you love them and they love you. 100% beef treats with real smoke flavor. Also, dogs are the best, aren't they?
If you're into simplifying your jerky snacks, the original all-natural brisket is the way to go. Mom and the kids might not have the palate that requires a heat tolerance to the sweet and spicy brisket, so this is a safe go-to that'll satisfy anyone in the car. Dare to try the 5 lb bulk beef jerky bag?
Sometimes you don't even need jerky to satisfy the road-trip hunger. BULK also offers dried fruits and nuts for you to nibble on while making your way across the country. Not in the mood for jerky? Throw down some of these premium dried fruit offerings and you'll get by just fine (although you'll still eventually want some jerky).