Frequently Asked Questions

Our list of frequently asked questions is always changing. Feel free to contact us with any other questions you may have!

Corporate Questions

Q: When was Monogram founded?
A: 2004

Q: What products are made by Monogram Foods?
A: Prepared meats and appetizers such as beefsteak, beef stick, beef, chicken, turkey and bacon jerky, bacon, corn dogs, mini corndogs, hot dogs, smoked sausage and pickled sausages and eggs, potato sticks, cheese sticks, cheese curds, onion rings, jalapeno poppers, cheese poppers, cream cheese poppers, mac & cheese bites, potato skins, potato wedges, green bean fries, pickle chips and more.

Q: Where is Monogram Foods’ Corporate Headquarters?
A: Memphis, Tennessee

Q: How many people does Monogram Foods employ?
A: 2600

Q: In what states are there Monogram Foods offices or manufacturing facilities?
A: Iowa, Indiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin

Q: How can I share a comment or question with your company?
A: Please communicate with us via

Q: How do I apply for a job at Monogram Foods?
A: Please communicate with us via

General Questions

Q: Whom do I contact about Monogram Foods products for a sports event?
A: Please communicate with us via

Q: What is the Monogram Loves Kids Foundation?
A: Monogram Loves Kids was created in 2010 as a way to give back to the communities in which the company operates via grants to a variety of children related charities. Funds are raised each year at the Foundation’s annual fundraising gala, Meat Me in Memphis.

Q: How do we apply for a donation or grant from the Monogram Loves Kids Foundation?
A: The Monogram Loves Kids Foundation encourages all interested organizations to apply for a grant by visiting in the Spring of 2017 for the 2017 grant application.

Product Questions

Q: Are there any other types of meat jerky besides beef?
A: Monogram Foods produces, in addition to our broad range of beef jerkies, bacon jerky, the fastest growing segment of the dried meat snack market with Monogram producing 90 percent of the bacon jerky market share. One of our newer popular jerky products is teriyaki turkey jerky.

Q: Are any of your handheld products low in calorie?
A: Several are and the labels indicate the caloric values. Our brand Trail’s Best for example is high in protein and low in calorie per serving.

Q: Where can I find the Nutrition Facts on your products?
A: Our facts are clearly visible on all regular sized packages and wrappers.

Q: What is the difference between the date code and the “Best By” or “Sell By” date on your packages?
A: The date code is a series of numbers and letters that indicate the date that the product was made, and this is not to be confused with the expiration date. The “Best By” or “Sell By” date is laser printed and is meant to tell customers the shelf life of the product. The product should be consumed by that date.

Q: After opening a sealed package of meat jerky or pickled meat products does it need to be refrigerated immediately?
A: After opening a package of jerky or pickled meat products, these meat snacks should be used or refrigerated within three days.

Q: Do you make any bacon that offers reduced fat and reduced sodium?
A: In 2015, Monogram took the reigns as an innovator through the introduction of its Premium Performance Roasted Bacon. A first‐of‐its kind retail product, Premium Roasted Bacon offers consumers a quicker, cleaner (it is literally less mess) alternative to raw bacon. Unlike traditional raw bacon, the premium yields 74% less fat during the cooking process and can be pan fried in just 2 minutes versus 10‐15 minutes for raw product. In addition to the original version, the company also offers a reduced sodium version that is the only refrigerated bacon product to boast 63% less sodium.

Q: Are food allergens listed on your products’ packaging?
A: We list all major food allergens that are spelled out in the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act. All major foods allergens if used appear in the ingredient statement on the package. The ingredients covered by the Act are eggs, fish, milk, peanut, shellfish, soy, tree nuts and wheat. If the allergens are in the spices and flavorings used in the product then they will appear in the “contains” statement.

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