Low-fat franks in the minority; most are nutrition dogs

Walsh, Julie
August 1994
Environmental Nutrition;Aug94, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p5
Presents a survey of the fat content of hotdog brands. Sodium content of reduced-fat franks; Reduction of mustard and catsup dressings.


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