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Frankfurters:  From Frankfurt. Germany. comes the frankfurter or frank. It was originally made of beef and pork. not too finely ground. and seasoned with more zest than the wiener, usually having a well-defined garlic flavor. The most popular sausage product, usually 60% beef and 40% pork but is now often made with all beef.  Frankfurters are cured, spiced, encased and linked, smoked and cooked.  The term frankfurter, wiener, hot dog, and Vienna-style frankfurters are often used interchangeably.  Of those just mentioned frankfurters are the largest at about 1 inch in diameter and 4 inches long.  Wieners were originally braided into groups of links while Vienna-style frankfurters are twisted into a chain of links, about 3/4 inch in diameter and 4 to 5 inches long.

Ingredients: Beef and pork or beef.

Seasonings: Coriander, garlic, ground mustard, nut- meg, salt, sugar, white pepper.

Availability: National distribution.

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