Nathan's Famous launching plant-based hot dog
Nathan's Famous teamed up with Meatless Farm for an alternative to its beef ballpark franks
By Jeanette Settembre, FOXBusiness
Apr 26, 2021
Nathanís Famous is going meatless.
The iconic hot dog purveyor, known for its ballpark beef frank, announced Monday it's launching a plant-based hot dog.
The New York-based restaurant and food company is partnering with Meatless Farm, a British company that makes vegan and plant-based meats using pea protein. The chain is the latest lean into plant-based food offerings as more restaurants and fast food chains add meat alternatives to menus.
The ingredients featured will include pea protein said to be low in saturated fat and low in sodium and made with Nathan's "secret spice recipe."
The chain will sell the plant-based hot dogs online via Nathanís retail portal on Shopify with kits that include six plant-based hot dogs per case, six buns and a bottle of Nathanís Famous deli mustard for $44.99. The kits will be shipped nationwide...
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