What is Really Kosher, Halachically?
I distinctly remember when frum Jews ate non-glatt meat; glatt was a chumrah which some right-wing Jews took on themselves, but a Jew eating non-glatt would not be looked upon as having eaten treif.
Apparently times have changed: now, at least in my community (and I understand many others), people will not eat in your house if you say you buy non-glatt meat.
I always thought that Hebrew National was not only non-glatt, but 'questionable' in its kashrut. I wouldn't dream of having it in my kitchen. Now that it is under Rabbi Ralbag's supervision and the Triangle K, it should be a different story. But it isn't. Read the whole article, and tell me why I shouldn't be buying Hebrew National hot dogs for my family.