BUN025Kara 4.5" Gourmet Brioche Buns-1x54
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Kara 4.5" Gourmet Brioche Buns-1x54

A 4.5" burger bun made with an egg and butter enriched sweetened dough and glazed with egg.
Frozen
Vegetarian
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Ingredients

Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Water, Egg (10%), Unsalted Butter (Milk)(7%), Sugar, Egg White, Rapeseed Oil, Salt, Palm Oil, Yeast, Flour Treatment Agent: E300 Ascorbic Acid.

Nutrition values

Nutrition Values
(per 100g/ml)

Energy (KJ)
1270.0

Energy (KCAL)
302.0

Fat (g)
8.1

- of which Saturates (g)
3.9

Carbohydrate (g)
45.6

- of which Sugars (g)
5.7

Protein (g)
10.1

Salt (g)
0.9

Allergy advice

For allergens, see ingredients in bold. May contain sesame Seeds and Soya.

Usage info

To defrost: Defrost thoroughly before use. Remove from case and leave in bag at room temperature for 1 – 2 hours, or until fully defrosted. Once defrosted, store in a sealed pack in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Once defrosted do not refreeze.

Storage & size

brand
Kara

origin
United Kingdom

storage
Store at -18°C or below.

net weight
4.75kg

collection unit price

delivery unit price

size or cut
1x54

quantity per layer
5

pallet quantity
45

dimension
38 x 19 x 56.5cm

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