MacKenzie has launched a new range of burger buns made with the wholesome goodness of grains the brand is famous for. The two delicious buns added to the range are Sprouted Grains, and White Rye.
MacKenzie Sprouted Grain Burger Buns are made with a special blend of whole grains and South Island barley, wheat and rye, which are steeped and allowed to sprout before being roasted and stoneground for a delicious malty flavour. They’re then topped with Canterbury linseeds, sesame and soy.
In the best traditions of MacKenzie High Country bread, the MacKenzie White Rye Burger Buns are fermented overnight to bring out flavour, then corn dusted and water split for their distinctive look. The result is a beautifully soft and delicious bun that’s a source of fibre, generous in size and big on taste. Both variants have a crust on top, and are soft, but not airy, in the middle – making them ideal for quality homemade burgers.
The launch of MacKenzie Burger Buns is the third addition to the MacKenzie range in recent times, with MacKenzie Craft Loaf and MacKenzie Muffin Splits both added in the last 12 months.
MacKenzie Burger Buns are available at selected New World and Pak’n Save supermarkets nationwide.