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Burgertory to launch plant-based ‘Sinless’ range

The range features Simplot’s plant-based proteins and Herman Brot’s low-carb and vegan buns.

Burgertory announced the upcoming launch of a plant-based burger range, amidst growing demand for alternative proteins in the category.

Featuring Simplot’s plant-based proteins and Herman Brot’s low-carb and vegan buns, the Melbourne-based burger chain’s ‘Sinless’ range features a cheeseburger, spicy fried chicken beef brisket along with three salads.

To celebrate the upcoming launch, Burgetory will be giving away 500 thermal bags along with a free two-pack of Herman Brot burger buns, details of which will be given through its social media accounts.

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