Hot Dog Facts, Tales in Brochure eat Institute here has released a new brochure, "Hot Dog Facts, Figures and Folklore." The brochure contains information about safety and nutrition, trivia and moments in "hot dog cultural history." Pete Marigliano, manager of public affairs for AMI, said the brochure is not a response to recent news reports that hot dogs could represent a link to leukemia in children. He said the brochure was released this month, because August is National Hot Dog Month. ...

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