|Ed Abbott, CEO|
Abbott's Meat is a meat packing company located in Flint, Michigan. Koegel's hot dogs are considered by the authors of "Coney Detroit" as only acceptable hot dog for a Flint-Style Coney Dog along with Abbott's coney sauce. Abbott's chili sauce's primary ingredient is ground beef heart.
In July 2007, Abbott's Meat, had voluntarily recalled 26,600 pounds of meat products due to a possible E. coli contamination. E. coli was detected by regular testing with no reported illnesses. All Halo Burger locations were shut down for a day due to the recall.
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