Are you pregnant? Congratulations!
And have you heard from your doctor or read on the internet that you are not allowed to eat jerky? Rest assured, you may use my jerky.
What's up with that? I'll explain to you.
It is true that the parasite called toxoplasmosa gondii that can occur in food survives at the temperatures that are used during smoking and drying. Not dangerous for you but -possibly- harmful for your unborn child. (That is why it is recommended that you prepare / cook all your food properly.) However, all the meat used for my range of jerky and biltong was first in the freezer and the parasite could not stand it any more than it could withstand the high temperatures. So he is dead and you can safely enjoy my delicious jerky's and biltong.

Mark Kusters.