Free-range ranchers in US prosper from changing tastes in fast food
Seattle Post Intellegencer
It’s been said that hot dogs – like laws – are something you never want to see being made.
But Steve Elzer is glad to know what goes into the wieners he buys from a new hot dog stand near his office – 100 percent grass-fed beef raised in the sunny, wind-swept pastures of California’s Central Coast.
“I love the feel, the taste, the pedigree that this meat is free-range,” the 46-year-old movie publicist said between bites at the chrome and ketchup-red Let’s Be Frank stand.