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com/hot-dog-fun-facts-trivia-2015-10-interesting-things-know-about-frankfurters-2020666) fun facts about hot dogs include the place of their origin which is Frankfurt, Germany, around the year 1484.
Smithfield Foods is the licensee of Nathan's Famous pre-packaged hot dogs.
Salt Dog Slim's This place is practically dedicated to serving up great hot dogs - the truth is in the name, really.
In 2013, he set a world record by eating 69 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes.
The human DNA in two per cent of hot dogs could have been from saliva or other bodily fluids as the products are mashed and processed on the production line.
Testing company Clear Food used "genomic technology" to examine foods by ingredients, analysing 345 hot dogs and sausages from 75 US brands at 10 retailers.
Leading bakery supplier Lantmannen Unibake UK has acted on consumer demand for an added value, gourmet hot dog roll by launching a NEW on-trend Top Sliced Jumbo Brioche Hot Dog Roll within its Americana brand.
Curio Curtis, who lives in the city which never sleeps, said: "I have been eating hot dogs for years and I can honestly say Greggs have nailed it.
The difference might be generational, as polling found that corn dogs were the clear favorite among those 18 to 34 years old, with 55% choosing them, while for those between 55-64 years of age, New York hot dogs remained the favorite (49%).
Aramark, the award-winning food and hospitality partner for nine Major League Baseball teams, is celebrating National Hot Dog Month (July) with a tasty lineup of gourmet hot dogs.
In the new variant, deliA[degrees] cious hot dogs are baked into the golden crown crusts and drizA[degrees] zled with ketchup and mustard, available with any of the toppings featured in the menu.
Craig admitted he has a long way to go before coming close to the world record held by American Joey Chestnut who last year consumed 69 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes.