Food Business News reports that “a growing number of snack makers in the United States are adding biltong to their product lines or focusing exclusively on biltong production.”
New week, still the same winter cold. And what’s the best remedy to snow, runny noses, and chapped lips? Snacks. Lots and lots of snacks.
Biltong is still new to U.S. consumers, and many who have tried and tasted it simply compare the product with jerky. But let’s face it: Biltong is not “jerky” made with South African recipes.
Bars, chips, slices and sticks — these are some of the many formats in today’s meat snack options. Dried meat snacks are no longer…
It’s not jerky, it’s “biltong”, and the difference is that it’s dried as a whole steak first, then sliced, where as beef jerky is sliced then dried.
Can biltong — a dried South African beef snack — become the next Greek yogurt? Emerging U.S. brands making the air-dried meat strips think so.
In mid 2017 Gabe Carimi, a former All-American football player and then budding sport nutrition entrepreneur, and partners were looking for protein alternatives to sell.
Stryve Biltong – a very American company despite the name – has landed $10 million, or around R140 million, in first-round funding. And now it wants to teach the USA to eat biltong.
We found our new favorite snack! While biltong beef jerky is traditionally made in South Africa, there are numerous purveyors of biltong making it in the United States.
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