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John Sagi

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Re:Hot Dog Brands Sat, 11/28/09 4:37 PM (permalink)
Thanks Hotdoggintheus

I've added the link to the Hot Dog Brands page.

I put it on quickly because I was working on that page.

I need help finding the address for the following hot dog brands.

They were emailed to me with just the name.


I'll call them on monday

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    Re:Hot Dog Brands Sun, 02/14/10 1:38 PM (permalink)
    A few more mass-market brands of franks:
    Brand: Carolina Pride
    Carolina Pride Greenwood, SC
    Brand: Ziegler
    R. L. Ziegler Co, Inc. Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35403
    Brand: Petit Jean
    Morrilton Packing Company Morrilton, Arkansas
    They make a pork/beef/bacon hot dog. Distribution primarily in Arkansas.
    Brand: Schweigert
    Schweigert's Foods division of Cargill, Albert Lea, MN
    Cargill is building a new web site after shutting down the Willow Brook Foods, Inc. web site.
    Pork/Beef and All Beef Natural Casing and Skinless franks. Sold primarily in the Upper Midwest.

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      Re:Hot Dog Brands Sun, 02/14/10 6:01 PM (permalink)
      John, did you ever contact catnhatnh? They actually posted in this thread. Post 24.

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        • Location: san rafael, CA
        Re:Hot Dog Brands Sun, 05/23/10 12:48 AM (permalink)
        Schwarz hot dogs from San Francisco are excellent dogs. They've been in business for almost 100 years and the quality is top notch. Englehart Gourmet has recently purchased them, but the quality has not changed. Englehart also makes Aidells' sausages and a few other companies dogs.

        The old fashioned 100% beef dog with a casing will stand up against any dog in the country. I've had many skeptical new yorkers try one and they are almost all converts.


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          Re:Hot Dog Brands Sun, 06/27/10 3:55 AM (permalink)
          Lived in CT & MA for several years.  Got to liking Muckes skinless dogs.  A good tasty quality dog.  Anyone know how I can get them in bulk to Alabama?
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