Artisan baker Speciality Breads is helping the nation’s burger purveyors stay ahead of the latest meat-flipping trends and offer patty perfection this ‘National Burger Day’ on 23rd August with the launch of its new duo of southern-style grillhouse burger buns
Available through the Red Tractor-certified baker’s network of wholesalers, the new grillhouse range provides a point of difference to the other carriers on the market and include:
Alabama Grillhouse Burger Bun (80g in cases of 45) – the ultimate burger bun for operators looking to stay ahead of the latest trends and keep their offering unique, these boisterous beauties are made with free-range eggs and a hint of red malt for flavour and colour. A heavy glaze and a deep dark crust makes them a great choice for burger connoisseurs.
Tennessee Grillhouse Burger Bun (80g each in cases of 45) – made the same way as the Alabama, the Tennessee has that same structure which helps absorb the juiciest of patties and the sloppiest sauces and sides but is finished with poppy seeds and sesame seeds to provide added texture and a nuttier flavour.
Speciality Breads Managing Director Simon Cannell said:
“The trend for US-inspired behemoth burgers means operators can no longer offer an uninspiring burger on a plain bun with some salad, sauce and cheese. It’s about going big and impressing. Brioche buns continue to be popular but we always have one eye on the future so our innovation team has been hard at work researching and testing to find the next big bun. Our new Grillhouse buns are the ultimate carrier for quality burgers with bags of flavour and the strength to hold all types of fillings without losing its shape. With the August bank holiday and more importantly National Burger Day, on the horizon we are confident these beauties will become the burger’s best mate.”
Established in 1996 in Margate, Speciality Breads provides an ever-growing, artisan selection of over 100 freshly frozen breads, which are hand-made by the company’s master bakers using Red Tractor certified British flour. The company distributes its products to a UK-wide network of wholesalers, who in turn supply leading restaurants, pubs, cafés, caterers and hotels throughout the UK.