HINGHAM, MASS. – Wahlburgers, a casual dining restaurant chain founded by Chef Paul Wahlberg along with brothers Donnie Wahlberg and Mark Wahlberg, has teamed up with Coleman Natural Foods to add a hot dog and bacon line to the Wahlburgers At Home portfolio.  

The 12-oz uncured hickory smoked bacon is sourced from US family farms that are American Humane Certified and raise their hogs 100% crate free, never using antibiotics or growth promotants.  

The 12-oz, 8-count all-beef uncured hot dog product is 100% beef with no fillers, artificial ingredients or preservatives. Cattle sourced for the product are born and raised in the United States on an all-vegetarian diet and are never administered antibiotics or growth promotants. 

“Our goal has always been to continuously expand our retail product line beyond burgers and bring our fans delicious offerings that they can enjoy with their families at home,” said Paul Wahlberg, executive chef. “We are proud to partner with Coleman Natural Foods to introduce high quality, all-natural hot dog and bacon products for retail that we know our customers will enjoy. Like Wahlburgers, Coleman Natural Foods started with a working-class family and they too trace their roots back to their family’s kitchen table where the only star is the food.”   

The highly anticipated new items will be exclusively available for purchase in grocery stores nationwide just in time for the upcoming grilling season. Wahlburgers retail fans can also look forward to the brand debuting a line of pickles and additional fresh beef blends this spring.    

“My family has always sought to get humanely raised, all-natural meat on the table of every American family,” said Mel Coleman, Jr., fifth generation of the founding Coleman family. “The Wahlberg brothers have a loyal following of consumers who trust they would only recommend the best products around. We agree that there is no better feeling than sitting at the table together, sharing good food and a few laughs.”   

Currently Wahlburgers has 52 locations in North America and Europe.