Hamburger Buns

Our hamburger buns can do more than perfectly sandwich a burger. In fact, restaurants all over the country have gotten pretty creative with our gluten-free buns — burgers, sandwiches, and we-aren’t-even-sure-what-to-call-its. So get your buns to a restaurant and try our buns.

It’s actually bread! Soft, moist, aromatic and tearble…not terrible! They are pre-sliced, shipped frozen and have a 7 day ambient shelf life. Prepare as preferred: toasted, grilled, whatever your heart desires! Reach out to sales today and get these amazing buns into your restaurant!

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  • Certified gluten-free

Available in: Restaurants

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  • Sorghum, amaranth and teff flours combination is the most fabulous thing I’ve seen!!!

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  • I tried this the other day for the first time… I loved it and so did my daughter!

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