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New lean beef and pork franks varieties unveiled by Ball Park

February 13, 2013
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Ball Park lean franksThe Ball Park brand will launch this month two new lean hot dog products, with the introduction of Ball Park Lean Pork Franks and Lean Beef Franks. These products are targeted at hot dog lovers who want to indulge in the great taste and full flavor of a hot dog, but with fewer calories and fat. Both hot dog varieties meet USDA lean requirements and are made with 100% beef and 100% pork. They contain no artificial colors, no artificial flavors and no byproducts. Ball Park Lean franks will be available in grocery stores nationwide beginning in February, and each variety features 5 grams of fat and 6 grams of protein.

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