LAFAYETTE Calif. Eight-unit Caspers Famous Hot Dogs said it has replaced its turkey dog with a new chicken product and beefed up its promotional efforts in advance of a 75th anniversary event in July during National Hot Dog Month. The Lafayette, Calif.-based chain, which is owned in partnership by Asbek Inc. and Janrus Inc., recently offered customers a free medium soft drink with the purchase of the new chicken hot dog, which has less fat than the chain’s signature beef-and-pork ...

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