- Item Weight: 1.25 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 17.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0118YGKWS
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,898 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
Loma Linda - Plant-Based - Big Franks (20 oz.) (Pack of 12) - Kosher
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- Loma Linda Big Franks are flavorful & full of tasty plant-based protein
- Healthy alternative to traditional hot dogs that's lower in fat & perfect for vegetarians & vegans
- Ideal for grilling or boiling anytime of the year
- Requires no refrigeration or freezing, up to 36-months shelf life
- Providing family favorite meals since 1890
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A top pick for any crowd; Big Franks are packed with sustainable plant-based protein with the full-flavored taste of traditional hot dogs. Whether you’re grilling or preparing a vegan/vegetarian recipe that calls for veggie dogs, Big Franks provide a lot of flavor and protein that even meat-eaters will enjoy. Shelf stable and easy to prepare.
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However, something needs to be done about the price. They were affordable (though still not cheap) when the price for a case of 12 was in the $60-70 range. When I first bought these from Amazon under Subscribe and Save the price was something like $52. However, there is no way I can continue to purchase this product at the price Amazon is now asking. I assume the manufacturer is the real culprit. How can it be this expensive to fabricate some links out of soy protein and spices and put them in a tin can? Alas, they have lost me as a customer until the price comes down.
Finding Big Franks on Subscribe & Save sealed the deal and we now enjoy our 1 can per week ration month after month!
BUT the dented cans hidden in the middle of the 12 pack with ZERO problems with the external packaging leads us to believe that they are off loading their imperfect dented merchandise for a premium. This is an issue we experience with this vendors shipment of 12 cans of Chili as well.
3 out of our 12 cans for the March 2020 shipment were dented.
As a vegetarian, I can't imagine why anyone would prefer to eat real hotdogs (especially when you know what goes into them -- YUK!) These are nutritious and tasty substitute you don't have to feel guilty about!
My only problem is in finding them. Amazon used to have this on their subscription list, but they no longer seem to be carrying them there and the other suppliers charge WAY TOO MUCH for them. How about it Amazon? Can we get these back on subscription?