Again, Chinese treats or Chinese sourced treats "seem" to be suspect. Even buying products "Made In America" or a premium label product is not going guarantee purity and safety, as ingredients can be foreign sourced and do not have to be specifically reported as such on the label. If buying commercial pet food and products, consumers can only "trust" that what they are buying will be safe and not harm their pets. History has shown that there have been incidents of harm (Chinese melamine contamination) as well as recalls for products with contaminants such as mold and for products improperly manufactured with too much or too little of needed ingredients.
Have you considered making your own jerky treats? It's easy to do if you own a food dehydrator, but, it can also be done in an ordinary oven. Making your own jerky ensures purity and quality. You will KNOW exactly what is in the product. I have not made jerky myself, as my dogs do not eat it. I do know some people who have made their own jerky and they were very pleased with the results.
Take a look at the links below. Give it a try! You can save some money as you are not paying for product advertising, packaging, production costs and profit to the manufacturer. And most importantly, you and your pet are not exposed to any unhealthy/harmful additives or preservatives. You can even use organic product if that is your preference.
Instructions for chicken jerky treats:
Here are instructions for sweet potato jerky treats: