Muffin Break launches low-carb, gluten-free muffin range

The trio of items are available across all stores.

Muffin Break launched a trio of new low-carb, gluten-free muffins across its stores nationwide.

The range consists of Raspberry Coconut, Apple Cinnamon Walnut and Choc Chip, which the Foodco-owned claims has 50% less carbohydrates and “more than 97% sugar-free.”

“In three mouth-watering flavours, the brand has been able to introduce a new kind of muffin to their existing range which gets the tick of approval all round, allowing existing customers to enjoy the new added benefits, whilst also allowing new groups of customers to try the great new range,” the chain said in a media release.

Muffin Break currently has more than 300 cafés across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

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