Alpha Baking's Natural Ovens Expands Keto Offering with Hot Dog Buns

PRESS RELEASE FROM ALPHA BAKING'S NATURAL OVENS
May 04, 2021
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ALPHA BAKING’S NATURAL OVENS EXPANDS KETO OFFERING WITH HOT DOG BUNS

Keto-Friendly 8 and 12 Pack Hot Dog Buns Bundle Taste with Fewer Net Carbs

CHICAGO (April 29, 2021) − Based on the popularity of its Keto-friendly bread and hamburger buns which launched last year, Natural Ovens Bakery is expanding their Keto-friendly line to include hot dog buns. Featuring one net carb per serving and more fiber than traditional buns, the Keto-friendly hot dog buns also include a cleaner list of ingredients for pairing with traditional grilled delicacies and those counting carbs.

The Natural Ovens Keto-friendly hot dog buns feature 26 grams of carbs and 25 grams of fiber per serving, and are made without any artificial sweeteners or flavors.

“We’ve heard from retailers that Keto sales don’t show signs of slowing down, and customers are looking for Keto-friendly options that complement their favorite summer meals, like hot dogs and other grilled favorites,” said Tim Lotesto, senior director, national retail key accounts for Alpha Baking. “Natural Ovens Keto-friendly hot dog buns provide carb-conscious consumers with a way to enjoy classic summertime meals without having to worry about net carbs. In short, these buns rise to both the carb-conscious and the taste challenge.”

Natural Ovens’ 8 and 12 count Keto-friendly Hot Dog buns can be ordered via Naturalovens.com or on Amazon. Natural Ovens provides premium baked goods to restaurants, retailers, foodservice providers, and direct to consumers across the Midwest. For more information, visit www.naturalovens.com.

Chicago-based Alpha Baking Co., Inc. provides premium baked goods to restaurants, food service outlets, retailers, and consumers under the S. Rosen’s, MaryAnn Baking and Natural Ovens brands. In 2020, Alpha Baking baked more than 265 million pounds of bread products and donated to area charities tackling hunger and food insecurity. The company employs more than 1,800 people in six baking facilities throughout the Midwest. For more information, visit www.alphabaking.com.