Premium Chicken Sausages

Made from succulent chicken breast and thigh meat delicately seasoned — our Premium Chicken Sausages are a great alternative to pork. High in protein and gluten free — they’re just the thing if you want to eat a little healthier — and tastier.

Chicken 85%, water, gluten free crumb (rice flour, potato starch, tapioca starch, dextrose, yeast, sugar, salt, maize starch, vegetable fibre), salt, ground spices (coriander, white pepper, nutmeg), yeast extract, stabiliser: sodium tripolyphosphate; onion powder, preservative: sodium metabisulphite; antioxidant: ascorbic acid. Filled in beef collagen casings. Whilst every precaution has been taken to remove bones, some may remain.

Allergen Advice

For allergens see ingredients in bold.

One pack contains 6 portions.

Whilst every precaution has been taken to remove bones some may remain.

Free of genetically modified ingredients.

All packaging 100% recyclable.

Below is the nutritional information and typical values for uncooked sausages.

Per (63.5g) sausage

Energy 382kJ/92kcal
Fat 4.87g of which saturates 1.38g
Carbohydrates 2.15g
of which sugars <0.1g
Protein 9.68g
Salt 0.88g

Per 100g

Energy 603kJ/144kcal
Fat 7.7g of which saturates 2.19g
Carbohydrates 3.4g
 of which sugars <0.1g
Protein 15.3g
Salt 1.39g



Hot Dogs

Why are hot dogs called hot dogs? Contrary to what you might fear, hot dogs are canine-friendly. The name 'hot dog' emerged around the late 19th century and the story goes that a cartoonist named T.A. Dorgan attended a baseball game where vendors were selling sausages. Dorgan, known for his witty cartoons, sketched a Dachshund sausage nestled in a bun and humorously called it a 'hot dog.' The term caught on, and soon people were happily ordering hot dogs at ballparks and beyond.


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