- Researchers at the Clearwater Labs in St. Petersburg in Florida have human DNA found in hot dogs. The lab did the statement " You should not ask what it is " going to attack and examined 345 specimens of different manufacturers of the popular snack.
The internet newspaper Huffington Post says one researcher that with 14 percent of the hot dogs something was going on. But for many it is a logical explanation. Human DNA, for example, comes into the snack in the form of nail and hair debris. This DNA is in accordance with the laboratory does not harmful to the consumer. It's more a matter of hygiene or health, the researchers said.
There's also a vegetarian version of the day. Remarkably contained one in ten still flesh, both of cattle and pigs. Exception was the kosher hot dogs, which actually contain pork.