Hebrew National hot dogs have been a mainstay for years! They are the hot dogs that claim they “answer to a higher calling,” because they are considered “kosher” hotdogs. Well, Hebrew National is being sued because some are claiming, well, things aren’t so kosher! After all of these years, could the company be lying? Find out for yourself!
According to Yahoo, Hebrew National’s main company, ConAgra Foods Inc., are being sued by 11 people from Minnesota because they are claiming that they are passing off their “kosher” hotdogs as kosher when they simply are not! While they could not get an official word, some are saying that the company uses pork in their hotdogs, which is against kosher law.
If you are not familiar with the term kosher, it is maybe a little more in-depth than you could think. In the Jewish religion, for something to be kosher, there is a process involving every step involved with making the hotdogs, or any “kosher” products, where safety and dietary law must be followed. One cannot simply call something kosher. There is a process where things are verified for being kosher. According to ConAgra Foods Inc.,
For more than 100 years, Hebrew National has followed strict dietary law, using only specific cuts of beef that meet the highest standards for quality, cleanliness, and safety—so artificial flavors, colors, fillers, and by-products simply don’t make the cut.
Hebrew National proudly serves products under the kosher supervision of the internationally recognized Triangle K organization. So, not only do Hebrew National franks have only the purest ingredients, but there is rabbinical supervision of the food preparation process and packaging equipment.
What do you think? You can read more at Yahoo.com!