Chicken hot dogs?


#1

Does anyone have any idea what I should put under vitamins and minerals for such products, so basically sausages made out of chicken…

The declaration for macro nutrients on the product is:
Average nutritional value (100g / ml)

  • energy (kj / kcal) 1057/255
  • fat (g) 23.5
  • of which saturates (g) 7.5
  • carbohydrates (g) 1.45
  • of which sugars (g) 1.45
  • protein (g) 12
  • salt (g) 2.3

#2

Look up the nutrition info for the ingredients. Obviously one of them is chicken.


#3

Chicken has many parts.


#4

And you don’t know what parts are used and in what ratios. Same goes for the other ingredients. Are you sure you want to be using this product?


#5

The nutritional information for Foster Farms chicken hot dog shows 12.5 grams of protein, 21.4 grams of fat, and 1.8 grams of net carbs for a 100 gram serving, so apparently it’s close to the product that you are asking about. You asked specifically about vitamins and minerals, so here is the information for this particular item (again, per 100 gram serving):

Calories 250
Carbs 1.8 grams
Fat 21.4 grams
Cholesterol 53.6 mg
Protein 12.5 grams
Calcium 17.9 mg
Iron 1.9 mg
Sodium 982.1 mg

Basically no vitamins and not real heavy in the minerals department, either. It’s a protein, fat, and cholesterol tube, not counting the bacteria, antibiotics, and hormones.