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At Baja Jerky, we are passionate about life. We love to explore together, go on daring adventures, and make the most of every day. We needed a snack that could keep up, and so, Baja Jerky was crafted. Our jerky is bold in flavor, perfectly tender in texture, and is minimally processed—without nitrates, nitrites, gluten, preservatives, or MSG. We also don’t load our protein with sugar, unlike many other meat snacks you see.
Whether you’re chasing your next adventure, riding a giant wave, or chasing your kid, we’ve got the most flavorful snack that can keep up and will keep you coming back. Available in a variety of flavors and sizes—come explore with Baja Jerky!
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We’ve added to the amazing roster of flavors at Baja Jerky! And this one is extra special because it’s ZERO SUGAR.
Straight off the tortilla press… please join us in welcoming Street Taco to our Baja Jerky flavor profile!
We are super stoked to welcome a professional, multiple-Michelin-star-awarded chef to the Baja Jerky lineup!
A ride on the merry-go-round, a snack at your favorite festival, dessert at your go-to restaurant – a churro can be so many things.
We’d like to formally welcome Cory Stauder, our new Director of Sales, to the Baja Jerky fam.
After doing some inner soul-searching, we’ve come to the realization that what we’re doing here at Baja Jerky is special.
We scoured the internet to look for the lowest sodium levels in beef jerky… and it turns out—we’re it!
The Convenience Program, held by the ECRM on January 25-28th of this year, elected Baja Jerky’s Salsa Fresca flavor as a finalist!
The King of the Hammers, held each year in Johnson Valley, CA, is an off-road race that mixes desert terrain with rock crawling.
Bisbee’s Black and Blue tournaments have been a staple on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula for over 30 years and have grown & developed with each passing year.
Considered the most dangerous race in North America, the BAJA 1000 is back for trouble this weekend.