In a recent taste test of whole wheat hamburger buns, Good Housekeeping Research Institute’s Test Kitchen awarded our client Rudi’s Organic Bakery’s 100% Whole Wheat Buns top honors.
The Good Housekeeping Test Kitchen tasted eight brands to see which were worthy of a summer cookout. With just 160 calories per serving, tasters appreciated Rudi’s buns for their “real whole wheat flavor” and “pleasantly hearty” heft. For complete test results, visit Good Housekeeping’s website.
“Our 100% whole wheat buns provide a nutritious and tasty alternative for anyone looking to make a healthier choice when grilling out,” said Doug Radi, vice president of marketing for Rudi’s Organic Bakery. “Moms can feel good about choosing our buns, too, because like all of our baked goods, they are made with only the highest quality, organic ingredients. When we say ‘we are baked on the bright side,’ it means we use all of the good stuff and none of the bad.”
According to Good Housekeeping, these whole grain buns are packed with fiber, protein, and other nutrients, which can lower your odds of developing heart disease and type 2 diabetes if you eat three ounces of them every day. Sandwiching your favorite burger in a whole wheat bun is an easy way to incorporate whole grains into your diet.
For a chance to win your own summer cookout kit, complete with Rudi’s Organic Bakery hamburger and hot dog buns, Applegate Farms hamburgers and hot dogs, a Grill Dome ceramic cooker, Izze beverages, Clementine Art supplies for kids, a Nature Mill Compost bin, Eco-Products compostable supplies, an iPod Nano loaded with Boulder-Colo.-based ETown’s compilation CDs, and $200 cash, visit www.rocktheblock2010.com and enter to win. Entries will be accepted online through July 5, 2010.