Can David topple Goliath? Join us as we talk with Slim Jim's brand manager in this shocking conclusion to Fast Company's weeklong investigation into the hotly contested, high-stakes, often spicy business of beef jerky.
Think a store dedicated solely to beef jerky wouldn't work? Think the idea of franchising it is ridiculous? Think again, says Paul Lyons of The Beef Jerky Outlet, in Fast Company's fourth installment of Jerky Week. How jerky could conquer the nation—and even the globe.
Peter Garbowski of BulkBeefJerky.com is betting you would, as he tells us in the third installment in Fast Company's weeklong investigation into the surprisingly robust business of jerky. A food, Garbowski tells us, that's for everyone.
For the second installment of our weeklong investigation into the business of jerky, we talk to Brian Levin of Perky Jerky. Though its mascot's presidential campaign is floundering, Perky Jerky posted its first profits last month.
For the first installment of an important Fast Company investigation into the business of jerky, we talk with David Koretz of New York-based SlantShack. Watch him try to sell us a $12,000 beef jerky eye patch.