CHICAGO — When 4-year-old Eric Stavros Adler choked to death on a piece of hot dog, his anguished mother never dreamed that the popular kids' food could be so dangerous.
Some food makers including Oscar Mayer have warning labels about choking, but not nearly enough, says Joan Stavros Adler, Eric's mom.
Poor little boy shouldn't have died because of a choking accident.
But I'm wondering if legislation to change hot dog dimensions are necessary? We've managed to live a couple of centuries with hotdogs without warning labels.