NEW YORK -- A cable TV magazine show has raised questions about the safety of hot dogs, claiming that lab analyses detected the presence of listeria in tested products. "We decided to see whether contaminated hot dogs are making it past the inspectors and into the stores," said Mark Sauter, a reporter on the television program "American Journal." The program is available to TV audiences in about 85% of the United States, according to its producers, King World Productions, based here. ...

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