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Feltman’s Of Coney Island Debuts All-Natural Uncured Bacon

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The name behind America’s first hot dog – Feltman’s of Coney Island (est. 1867) – has officially expanded its all-natural product line with the launch of Feltman’s Thick-Cut Uncured Bacon.

The bacon is handcrafted from premium pork bellies and naturally smoked for maximum flavor with no artificial nitrates or ingredients added. 

Feltman’s Uncured Thick-Cut Bacon is made with certified humane, family farm-raised pork that is fed an all-natural vegetarian diet with no animal products, growth hormones, or antibiotics.

In 1867, Charles Feltman invented the world’s first hot dog on a split bun as a convenient way for Coney Island New York beachgoers to enjoy sausages without plates or silverware. First sold along the sand dunes from his simple pie cart, Feltman’s hot dogs were an instant sensation that went on to build the world’s largest restaurant by the turn of the century, serving up to 40,000 guests in a single day. 

Nearly 150 years later, two Brooklyn brothers, Michael and Joe Quinn (CPT U.S. Army) revived Feltman’s legacy in memory of their late brother who died in the 9/11 attacks.

Today, having risen as one of the fastest-growing natural food companies in the U.S., Feltman’s entrance into the bacon category marks a new milestone for the legacy brand known famously for its all-beef franks.

“Above all else, Charles Feltman was an innovator, a pioneer and a great American entrepreneur,” said Joe Quinn, Feltman’s of Coney Island CEO and co-founder. “I believe he’d be thrilled to see his legacy reach new heights with the launch of our all-natural bacon line.”

The bacon is now available exclusively at Feltmans.US.

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