A few comments. I also remember A&H being milder than Sabrett or Hebrew National. But either my taste buds are wearing out or both Hebrew National and Sabrett natural casing have changed their spice recipe and they are milder than before. Possibly to avoid complaints from areas who never had NY kosher style hot dogs. If this forum still attracted crowds, we might be able to explore the issue further.
Shor Habor, as well a lot of other Glatt Kosher brands such as Aaron’s Best are made in Agri Star Meat and Poultry’s Postville, Iowa plant. They used to own a warehouse on 1st Avenue in Brooklyn, since a lot of their products are sold in the NY Metro area. I now also see an address on the Internet for Utica Avenue in Brooklyn. That has always been the plant of Famous Plastics, which is owned by the same Montreal businessman who owns Agri Star.
Agri Star makes the usual range of hot dogs (with no beef and pork blends) – beef, chicken, gluten free, beef and chicken, etc.
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