ALL of our burgers are low sugar. You’re fighting the good food fight & we’re right behind you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are any of your burgers low in sugar?
ALL our burgers are low sugar as they all have less than 5g of sugar per 100g.
If burgers aren't your thing, our salads are also low sugar. You're sweet enough.
Is there sugar or preservatives in your Traditional or Panini buns?
Nope. Our buns are baked daily using slower, traditional baking methods - no fast-dough or bread-improvers here. We only use simple ingredients – flour, water, salt, oil and a little yeast. Our special ingredient though is our living sourdough leaven, which is now 10 years old and re-grown daily with flour and water. The simple addition of this leaven (or starter culture, some call it) means we don’t have to use preservatives, we can use less yeast, and all whilst giving our buns a unique flavour.
Our dough needs to be rested on the table and knocked-back, to ensure an even texture to the bread before it is cut and rounded into shape and proofed until the perfect size to be baked off. Our bakers work around the clock, 7-days a week to ensure we have the freshest bread at our doorsteps each morning.
Is there sugar or preservatives in your Gluten Free or Low Carb SuperBuns?
Our Gluten Free Buns & Low Carb SuperBuns are free from refined sugar and are preservative free.
Our Gluten Free Bun contains coconut sugar which is more naturally derived than refined sugars.
Our Low Carb SuperBun contains honey which acts as a natural sweetener.
What’s your position on sugar across all your ingredients?
At Grill’d we believe there’s no reason to add sugar to items like cheese, chips or buns.
We’re always on the lookout for ways to make our ingredients even better and this includes reducing refined and added sugars wherever possible.
Where we do need to add a little something sweet, like our sweet chilli mayo, we always aim to keep sugar levels to a minimum.
Do your chips have dextrose?
Yes. Dextrose is a natural sugar derived from corn that is added to replace colour depleted during the making of the chips, it does not add any sweetness.
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