Herman Brot’s HermanBurger Protein Bun has the core nutritional benefits of low carb, high protein and low GI.

Created using pure plant protein, the bun is vegan and vegetarian friendly, and it also has the 5-star health rating.

The HermanBurger Protein bun has also been tested by SUGiRS University of Sydney and deemed suitable for people living with Type 2 Diabetes.

It has 19.3g protein per serve (1 bun), only 7.7g of carbohydrates and is Low GI=31.

The bun is similar to Herman Brot’s lower carb bread, but the seeds have been milled giving it a much softer and palatable experience, which is perfect for a burger bun.

Herman Brot owner Christian Coenen said: “So many people are looking for a high-quality low carb bun. Couple this with high protein and Low GI and you’ve got the perfect bun.

“Most businesses are focussed on ‘what’s in the bun’ and not the actual bun itself.

“If there’s an option to encase a delicious meat, chicken or vegan pattie in a bun that boasts such good nutritional benefits, then why wouldn’t you do it?”

The HermanBurger Protein Bun is available nationally in 6 x 2 packs (fresh or frozen).

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