home.grown. Spotlight: Helmbold’s Hot Dogs Supports Local Little Leagues

Helmbolds Hot Dogs blog

Since the 1930’s, Old World Provisions has triumphed as a producer of authentic delicatessen meats and signature foods. The fourth-generation family enterprise is a nationwide supplier of true New York deli meats, hot dogs and sausages, produced using old school methods like roasting in traditional brick ovens, simmering in kettle water, and smoking with natural wood! These methods give their meats an exceptional, mouthwatering taste and has led to their products being served at delicatessens, restaurants, hotels, casinos and stadiums alike.

Old World Provisions is the owner of Helmbold’s Hot Dogs, a well-known Capital District producer of hot dogs for over a hundred years. Helmbold’s has recently announced that they’re partnering up with Youth Baseball and Softball leagues across the Capital District, in hopes of helping the leagues increase their earnings. By donating their hot dogs to the various local leagues, Helmbold’s is showing their support for youth sports and striving to provide more children with the chance to participate in them. Helmbold’s understands the importance of youth team sports and giving kids lasting memories from an early age. This season, over twenty leagues are set to receive donations, including Cohoes, Schoharie, Glens Falls, Schenectady and Twin Towns.

We’re proud to have Old World Provisions and Helmbold’s as home.grown. partners for nearly 20 years, helping us continue to focus on local products, events and people. With a shared vision of home.grown. success, our partnership continues to work towards supporting the Northeast communities we serve.

Cheers to Helmbold’s and Old World Provisions on their work with supporting local little leagues!

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