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All about that brat

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Bratwurst is a funny little word, isn’t it? “Wurst” means sausage and “brat” derives from “brato,” the Old High German word for hacked meat. Bratwurst in the United States is usually served on a hot dog bun or with a hard roll and topped with assorted condiments typically used on hot dogs, such as mustard, onions, relish and sauerkraut. Bratwurst should be boiled before grilling to ensure that they are thoroughly cooked and picking up bratwurst fresh from your local butcher will make them a healthier alternative to hot dogs as they will not contain nitrates. However, smoked bratwurst (“krainerwurst”) will contain nitrates due to the smoking process.

Celebrate Oktoberfest with our Nuernburg sausage

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A tradition which began in 1810, Oktoberfest is now celebrated worldwide. So how can you make Oktoberfest even better? How about try Angus Brand’s Nuernburg Sausage.

Your customers are craving authentic German food, and our Nuernburg Sausage delivers. With its German-inspired blend of yellow & red mustard seeds and other fresh spices, it’s sure to be an Oktoberfest hit.

Traditionally served with horseradish and sauerkraut or potato salad, (and of course a frothy beer), Angus Meat’s Nuernburg Sausage will bring the world’s largest party to your table.

Our sausages contain
– No added preservatives
– No BHT
– No BHA