Hot dogs making comeback

Luxury weiners have made the street food stable popular again

July 24th, 2014 2:54 pm| by admin
facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestmail

The most classic Danish street food of them all is preparing its comeback after years of losing territory to shawarma shops.

Metroxpress reports that four new hot dog vendors opened business in Copenhagen in the past year and strenghtened the fleet by seven percent, the biggest increase in decades.

More hot dog stands have started serving organic products, which may explain the weiner's growing popularity.

Unfortunately, the meteorite hasn't been recorded on camera directly. (photo: iStock)
Meteorite landing site located in Greater Copenhagen area
The Natural History Museum has established that the meteorite that hit Denm...
Customers can buy their own VR glasses (photo: iStock)
Virtual reality store opens in Copenhagen
Denmark's first virtual reality store opened last Friday in Vesterbro's mea...
D-A-D, a popular Danish rock band, will perform at the charity concert (photo: dr_zoidberg)
Popular Danish acts to play benefit concert for refugees
D-A-D, Turboweekend, Aura, Wafande, Pharfar and Vild Smith are just some of...
Lego is no longer the king of the branding castle (photo: Joergsam)
Lego toppled as most powerful brand in the world
The Danish toy producer Lego has been knocked off its perch by Disney as th...
Danish beef heading back to Japanese shelves (photo: iStock)
Japan opening its doors to Danish beef again
For the first time in 15 years, Danish food exporters will be able to sell ...
It is just the second time in its five-year history that the C20 has fallen by more than 4 percent (photo: iStock)
C20 Cap-Index in historic tumble
The Danish C20 Cap-Index yesterday recorded its largest ever one-day drop, ...