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Country Hearth Hot Dog Buns (6 in. bun, 16 ct.)

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Item # 899797
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About this item

  • 16 hot dog buns
  • No cholesterol
  • No trans fats
  • Unbleached and enriched wheat
  • Perfect for home or cookouts
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Description

Country Hearth® Hot Dog Buns (6 in. bun, 16 ct.) provide you the smooth, wholesome taste of quality ingredients and lovingly-baked, soft hot dog buns. Understanding that building the perfect hot dog begins with the perfect bun, Country Hearth has worked hard to combine wholesome ingredients that are sure to enhance your every cookout experience.

What Goes Into Country Hearth Hot Dog Buns?

These hot dog buns are made with simple, wholesome ingredients that include unbleached and enriched wheat flour, water, vegetable oil, yeast, wheat gluten and salt. One hot dog bun qualifies as a single serving and contains 15% of the daily recommended value of thiamin.

What's the Difference Between Bleached and Unbleached Wheat?

When flour is originally milled, it has a yellowish tinge that some may find unappealing. Within a few months of milling, however, these pigments in all-purpose flour naturally whiten. Because it is often too expensive to naturally age and whiten the flour, some producers expedite the process chemically. In flours labeled as 'bleached,' benzoyl peroxide has most likely been used to remove or fade the yellow color. In baking tests, bleached flour has been criticized for tasting flat or having odd flavors, while texturally behaving the same.

About Country Hearth Breads

In 1963, Roush Bakery Products developed a recipe for the first multigrain bread, and licenses were sold to other baking companies, including the bakers at Country Hearth, and was marketed as simple with wholesome ingredients. The healthier, new multigrain bread was a hit and with consumer demand came other multigrain and whole-wheat recipes. Thus, the Country Hearth brand was born, including these Country Hearth Hot Dog Buns. Pan-O-Gold® began producing Country Hearth premium products throughout most of the Midwest in the mid-1970s. In the early '90s the Village Hearth line of products was introduced in Wisconsin. Baked with the same quality, Pan-O-Gold developed this line to ensure Wisconsinites could enjoy high-quality breads just like their Western neighbors. They are continuously adding new products and hot dog buns to the Country Hearth and Village Hearth brands, including the new line of Artisan Hearth Gourmet products. And with their nine-state distribution area, Midwesterners can enjoy all three brands.

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