WASHINGTON -- The recently re-established National Hot Dog and Sausage Council here has launched a consumer campaign to address parental concerns of feeding hot dogs and sausages to their families. ting habits of children. The council expects to make a reproducible version of the consumer brochure, along with art designed for copiers or offset printing, available to retailers and meat processors by May. A division of the American Meat Institute Foundation, Arlington, Va., the National Hot ...
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