If chicken sausages can make it in the heart of traditional bratwurst country, they can make it anywhere.
Earlier this year Skogen’s Festival Foods, an 18-store operator in Wisconsin, promoted a 100-calorie bratwurst made with chicken that was a hit with customers.
“I was hesitant because I’m a very traditional bratwurst gal, but it was very good,” said Tanja Gilray, perishables buyer at Skogen’s.
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