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Frank’s Kraut: the world’s most successful superfood!
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It all started in China

When the rulers of the ancient Chinese Ming Dynasty needed protection from Mongol invaders they began constructing the Great Wall. -To keep workers fed the Chinese began fermenting shredded cabbage in rice wine. This quick and easy method of preparing cabbage allowed it to be kept for months with no costly cooling. It was around the 16th century that the Germanic peoples began fermenting the shredded cabbage in its own juices creating the product we know today as sauerkraut.


From the Midwest, with love!


Tradition! We’ve been making our kraut the same way, in the same oak fermentation barrels since 1905.

SuperFood!

Frank’s Kraut is an immune booster, flu fighter and digestive aid!

Cooking

There are hundreds of Frank’s Kraut recipes. Imagination rules!

Growing

We’ve been working with local, US growers for decades.

Flavor

Sweet to tangy, Frank’s has a Kraut for every pallet


Celebrities LOVE Kraut



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Stan Lee


The father of all things Super (and Spidey) is a native New Yorker who takes his hot dogs with mustard, and kraut!



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Mila Kunis


This celeb discovered his love for kraut when she was pregnant.



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Heidi Klum


The German supermodel has made no secret one of the keys to her figure is Kraut.



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Mayumi Nishimura


Madonna’s private chef provides the pop superstar with unique macrobiotic specialties like Kraut and Thyme.


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It all started in China. When the rulers of the ancient Chinese Ming Dynasty needed protection from Mongol invaders they began constructing the Great Wall. -To keep workers fed the Chinese began fermenting shredded cabbage in rice wine. This quick and easy method of preparing cabbage allowed it to be kept for months with no costly cooling.

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