No. Hebrew National hot dogs are made by ConAgra in a plant in Quincy, Michigan. Since the early 2000s, Hebrew National switched to an external certification group, the Triangle K, under the auspices of Rabbi Aryeh Ralbag which was widely seen as somewhat of an upgrade in its standards of kashrut. In 2004, the Conservative Movement found the upgrade sufficient to be acceptable by Conservative standards. Orthodox Jews still do not accept the Hebrew National as kashrut.