How long does beef jerky last?



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    This depends on the type of meat and how it was made and packaged. Most vacuumed, commercially sold jerky lasts for a year or two.  To learn more about the longevity of different types, visit the link below.

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    Commercially packaged jerky can have a shelf life of a year long, while home dried jerky can last a month or two.  Jerky stays fresh for so long because of the moisture that is released during the drying process.

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    Typically the shelf life of commercially produced beef jerky is one to two years.

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