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Sunday, June 28, 2009

Uncured Duck Sausages

The new line of "gourmet" D'Artagnan Hot Dogs is available in the USA in an Uncured Duck version from D'Artagnan, Inc. They are sold in a 4-count, 12 oz. vacuum-sealed wrapper.

Promotional literature for the line reads, "Fully cooked - No nitrates, nitrites, preservatives or animal by-products - No growth hormones or antibiotics - No artificial ingredients - No casings - Shelf life: 21 days." The Ducks are said to be raised on a small family farm with an all vegetarian feed of corn, soybean and wheat; to never be given any antibiotics or hormones and to be richly flavored, juicy and plump.

1 comment:

Joy said...

Interesting, I'd never thought of putting duck in sausages. I love eating duck when I can get it but it isn't available in many restaurants. I wonder how duck hot dogs taste.

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