January 18, 2013

Featured Business - Jerky Direct - Jennifer McClain


Company info: All Natural Healthy Products
Jerky Direct is part of the Ball Enterprises family of companies. Roger Ball, Chairman of the Board of Directors founded Jerky Direct in 2004 and introduced it to the Ball family of companies at that time. A national launch to the public took place in early 2005.

In 1969, Roger Ball created a company that went on to revolutionize the meat snacks industry with a soft, shelf stable product. That company was King B Jerky, the third largest company of its kind in the world. In 1983, Mr. Ball co-founded a company in the Direct Sales industry that has become one of the top five in the world with sales in excess of 750 million dollars a year.

In 2004, Mr. Ball took those two industries that he was passionate about, industries that he has lots of experience in and great success with, eliminated all of the things that he considered negative, and started another company with just 10 products. That company is Jerky Direct.

Product Info:Jerky Direct products provide a healthy, all natural source of protein. Many of our products contain no preservatives, no added MSG, no nitrites, no Erythorbate, no artificial ingredients, and are only minimally processed. Check each product for more specific nutritional information. This unique product is a staple of health conscious customers and those who demand a top quality product at a great price.

Our Jerky is handmade in our USDA certified smokehouse using superior quality top round beef. It's seasoned with our secret blend of spices, and slow smoked to perfection with real burning hickory.

Get up to half a pound of premium quality, all-natural or organic jerky for only $12.00 or become one of our Jerky Direct Distributors and join our automatic shipment program for the same price! Get up to 1/2lb of jerky delivered to your door each and every month and then get as much additional jerky as you would like at our low wholesale price! Click here for more details.

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