VANCOUVER Wash. The Burgerville regional quick-service chain said it has added a $2.99 "natural" hot dog as a promotional item available until Nov. 5. The all-beef dogs are made without preservatives from cattle that were raised without artificial hormones, according to the 39-unit chain. The frankfurters are topped with ketchup, onions, Tillamook cheese and Burgerville's proprietary spread.To accompany the hot dogs, the chain also added "natural" potato chips, which are fried daily ...

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