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Uncured Organic Chicken Franks

Uncured Organic Chicken Franks

The perfect organic tailgating staple or a quick snack for the kids, our organic chicken franks taste delicious and are made from whole breast and leg meat. With very few simple ingredients, they have no room for fillers, additives or preservatives.

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  • No Hexane
    Most poultry producers use hexane-processed soybeans as a cheap source of chicken feed. But hexane pollutes the air and environment. We keep chemicals out of our feed.
  • No DDGS
    DDGS is a protein alternative producers can get at a lower cost than corn. Antibiotics are used to control bacteria in the fermentation process. Some antibiotics remain in the DDGS. We use only corn and soybeans for protein. Period.
  • 100% Air Chilled
    Our air chill method eliminates the need for chilled chlorinated water that most producers use, which ends up in your chicken.
  • No Hormones
    This product is free from artificial growth hormones.
  • No Junk
    This product is made with no fillers, no preservatives and no artificial flavors—in other words, no junk.
  • No Antibiotics
    Bell & Evans is the first company to raise 100% of our flocks without antibiotics—from the egg throughout the chicken’s entire lifespan.
  • Free Range
  • Time Saver

Ingredients

Organic Chicken, Organic Chicken Broth, Organic Cane Sugar, Sea Salt, Celery Powder, Organic Paprika/Organic Paprika Extract, Organic Spices, Organic Garlic

Cooking Instructions

REHEATING INSTRUCTIONS:
Our Organic Chicken Franks are fully cooked.

GRILL:
Grill or pan sauté over medium heat 4 to 7 minutes, turn frequently. For children younger than 5, cut lengthwise

Reviews

  1. says:

    BEST Hotdogs EVER!!!!!

  2. says:

    I loved these I wish they were sold everywhere though! Tastiest healthy hot dog out there!

  3. says:

    I love these…great taste, awesome nutritional profile, and the perfect size (nice and big – bun length and thick). Wish they were available were we live or online; we live and Rochester but go up to the Twin Cities frequently in the summer so picked them up at Lunds-Bylerlys

  4. says:

    I’m SO Bummed that B&E decided to change these hotdogs:( from the packaging to the taste all different and not as good. Lost a customer-sadly to say.

    1. Thank you for the comment, Jodie. We will pass it along to our product development team. Reformulation was necessary when our production partner and original spice blend were no longer available. We still use whole muscle meat, however the new cooking process requires different proportions that affected the nutritional panel. Our franks are still a healthier alternative compared to beef and pork. The resealable feature will be added back to the packaging in the near future, too. Thanks for your patience and we hope you give us another chance!

  5. says:

    I’m rewriting this review because for some reason the one that I sent two weeks ago wasn’t published….
    I’m very disappointed that you’ve changed the ingredients in your hot dogs. From the added calories and fat, added sugar, carbs, less protein and lastly the taste doesn’t compare. PLEASE go back to the old recipe.

    1. Thank you for the comment, Todd. We will pass it along to our product development team. Reformulation was necessary when our production partner and original spice blend were no longer available. We still use whole muscle meat, however the new cooking process requires different proportions that affected the nutritional panel. Our franks are still a healthier alternative compared to beef and pork. The resealable feature will be added back to the packaging in the near future, too. Thanks for your patience and we hope you give us another chance!

  6. says:

    Admittedly, I am a crank when it comes my food. Bell & Evans Uncured Organic Chicken Franks are so superior to any other, I cannot permit myself to purchase another brand. The only problem is, they are impossible to find in my area. Whole Foods no longer carries them and Fresh Market won’t order them. Please consider starting an aggressive marketing campaign to bring this terrific Bell & Evans product to a variety of other supermarkets.

  7. says:

    I’m very disappointed with the change also. I still like the taste but I was shocked with the high calorie and fat content. I hope the company is working on a lower fat version. I used to buy these in multiples.

  8. says:

    Hello,
    I have on question.
    Is the Uncured Organic Chicken Franks 100% free of beef or other mamal also the sausage skin?

    Regards
    Robert

    1. Hi Robert! The Organic Chicken Franks are made with all whole muscle chicken meat. There is no other animal protein used, including the casing. Our casing is a cellulose casing which is made from solubilized cotton. It is stripped from the franks after cooking, meaning there is no casing on our finished product. The ‘bite’ or ‘snap’ on our Organic Chicken Franks is due to the migration of proteins to the outside surface of the meat during the cooking process.

  9. says:

    Best organic hot dogs ever! These are the only hot dogs my children would eat and they are so easy to pack for school lunch. Please bring them to stores in PA, they are really hard to find.

  10. says:

    I love Bell & Evans chicken hot dogs and I think the new recipe is even better than the old one. Every other chicken hot dog I’ve ever tried is dry and bland. These are the complete opposite.

  11. says:

    These are easily the best hot dogs out there, beef or not, they are awesome. The only complaint we have is that they are hard to find, probably due to demand, which is a good problem.

  12. says:

    These used to be the best chicken franks around and totally satisfied my hot dog cravings. Not anymore. I noticed the change in the flavor instantly and, on examination, found these are no longer a low-fat low-calorie choice. Not only has the flavor become undistinguished and is missing that characteristic hot dog flavor, the calorie count has increased from 90 to 140 and the fat grams count has jumped to 11. Sad to say that you’ve lost me as a customer.

  13. says:

    These hot dogs are delicious! They are not easy to find. Please try to get them into more stores. Also, a package of 8 is preferable rather than 7. We always buy Bell & Evans organic chicken (bone-in thighs are our favorite).

  14. says:

    Big fan of Bell & Evans chicken so when I saw these at the supermarket I was super excited.
    Bought two packs and cooked them up on the grill. First thing I noticed was that they plumped up nicely while cooking, but did not brown much.
    In the bun, the bite was good and the texture was just right. Not mushy at all. Only complaint is that I found them to be totally void of flavor. Surely some spices would make this a perfect hotdog.

  15. says:

    I am from Europe, and we don’t put sugar to our hot dogs, bell Evan’s old chicken hot dogs had no sugar in, I don’t understand why they added sugar now, I think is bad for the taste, I still like them, but but don’t buy it often anymore, please take the sugar out

  16. says:

    I understand the negative reviews with the change in ingredients and flavor but these are still the best choice in hot dogs. My complaint is the sodium content. 550mg is a lot, too much and someone with kidney disease, I cannot enjoy even one. The high sodium content affects the elderly and the health conscious as well. Please make them with less sodium.

  17. says:

    Best chicken hot dogs EVER. And I prefer them to many pork-based hot dogs. (Have no interest in beef hot dogs.) I stumbled across them last year at Whole Foods in NYC. Bought several packages each time I went. But then Whole Foods stopped carrying them. Still, I look whenever I go. Today, I visited this site in hopes of finding something more about them, where I might buy them. I see they’re still being made, which is great news. Now to find someone who has them in stock. It’s been nearly a year since I last enjoyed them. Am looking forward to having them again.

    1. Hi Kris! Whole Foods in NYC does carry our chicken franks. Please ask your meat manager. If they are out of stock, he can get them in for you.

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