FAQs

1. What is Scrapple?

Scrapple is a product developed by German immigrants who insisted on not wasting any part of the animal. Scrapple is a blend of pork, grains and spices that have been ground together and thickened into a loaf. Scrapple is best fried to a crispy, golden brown. Today, scrapple is being celebrated by foodies all along the eastern coast. Kunzler Scrapple is made the traditional way, using our own blend of spices.

2. The date on my Kunzler package is 8 weeks from now. I opened the pack and they are spoiled why?

Once you break the vacuum seal the product is only good for 7-10 days.

3. My Kunzler frank package says there should be 30 franks but only has 29.

Hot dogs are not an exact weight and size. When hot dogs are being packed the machine weighs the package. When the package gets to the correct weight the machine will put one less hot dog in the pack to keep the correct weight.

4. Where in my area can I buy Kunzler products?

We are a wholesale company that sells to distributors.  Because of this it is hard for us to help our customers. However, we do have a list of states in which Kunzler products are available. Check out your local family owned stores, and if you do not see our quality products, be sure to let your store know that you want Kunzler!

5. What allergens are in Kunzler products?

You can search for products by allergen here.

6. Why are my Kunzler bacon slices not consistent in size?

While Kunzler strives for quality and consistency, because the bacon is sliced directly from the belly of the pig, slices may not be entirely consistent.

7. Why does my Kunzler bacon have so much fat?

Bacon is a boneless cut of fatty meat from the belly of a pig.

8. How long do I cook a Kunzler ham?

Bake ham at 325°F for 15 minutes per pound with water at bottom of pan. Our hams are fully cooked and can be eaten without cooking, but for the best results, we prefer that they be heated entirely through before serving.

9. Can I cook Kunzler hams in a crock pot?

Yes, generally speaking, 1 hour of conventional cook time equals 3 hours on high or 6 hours on low in a crock pot.