Selecting exclusively from North American beef, our brand of hot dogs uses only the premium cuts from the front half of the cow, and then we pick the best from that. Quality, cleanliness and consistency are integral components of our production process.
What animal parts are in Hebrew National hot dogs?
Based on Jewish dietary laws, the meat used in production cannot include pork, but only poultry and beef. Kosher law requires the cuts of beef to only come from the front portion of the cow. Hebrew National hot dogs are one of the most well known kosher brands.
Are Hebrew National hot dogs cured?
Minimally processed with no artificial ingredients, these uncured hot dogs are gluten free and made with no added nitrates or nitrites (except those naturally occurring in sea salt and cultured celery powder). … Hebrew National has had strict hot dog standards since 1905.
Do they put earthworms in hotdogs?
No worms. After another puree, the meat paste is pumped into casings to get that familiar tubular shape and is then fully cooked. After a water rinse, the hot dog has the cellulose casing removed and is packaged for consumption. While not exactly fine dining, it’s all USDA-approved.