The suit accuses ConAgra Foods of misleading consumers so it can charge a premium price.
Eleven individual consumers filed their complaint in May in Minnesota state court, claiming the meat processing for Hebrew National hot dogs falls short of the standards necessary to label them as kosher.
The lawsuit is seeking class action status.
ConAgra, which marks Hebrew National packages with a "Triangle K" symbol to represents that the contents are kosher "as defined by the most stringent Jews who follow Orthodox Jewish law," denies the charges.
ConAgra uses the slogan, "We answer to a higher authority," to promote Hebrew National products.
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