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Poland's Żabka Introduces Meat-Free Hot Dog

Polish retailer Żabka has introduced a range of meat-free hot dogs in its Żabka Café zones across all outlets.

The sausages in the hot dogs are made of pea protein, potato protein, spices, and rapeseed oil.

The sauces are free of ingredients sourced from animals and include sun mustard, Heinz mild ketchup, Heinz bbq mustard, and Sriracha pepper.

The product is free of monosodium glutamate, phosphates, and preservatives, the retailer added.

An Alternative

Commercial director at Żabka Polska, Jerzy Roguski, said, “More and more people, for various reasons, are limiting or completely giving up meat in their diet.

“We have created a meatless version of a hot dog as an alternative for everyone who wants to eat a popular nutritious hot snack made from plant-based ingredients.”

The retailer has separated the meat-free sausages from its vegan version and serves it with separate tongs.

Żabka Café zones also offer a wide range of other vegetarian snacks and freshly ground coffees in cups made entirely of organic raw materials, the company said.

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