Bling Burger launches into foodservice following festival success

By Emma Eversham

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Betty the Bling Cow, the face of Bling Burgers
Betty the Bling Cow, the face of Bling Burgers
Bling Burger, the gourmet burger company which started life as a hamburger shack at music festivals and farmers' markets five years ago is launching its premium burger patties into foodservice. 

Product details:

Bling Burger's range of premium patties includes six flavoured 60z burgers, including Diablo with Mexican spices, kidney beans and red jalapenos, Tuk Tuk, including red Thai curry paste, coconut cream and coriander and Tikka Raj, featuring Indian tandoori spices, lime pickle and ginger. 

All patties are made from ethically farmed pure breed cattle, pigs and lambs on farms across the UK and Ireland, and do not contain any artificial additives, preservatives or colourings. Caterers can choose from two fixed concept menus, using either four or six featured burgers (which are supported with POS material and menus) or the a la carte’ Flexi option which allows operators to incorporate specific burgers into their own menus. Chefs simply defrost, grill and serve with their choice of bun, toppings and fries.

USP: 

Burgers rose in popularity last year with many new dedicated outlets opening their doors for business. Bling Burger, which has been tried and tested on the festival and farmers' market circuits, could provide pub and restaurant operators with an easy solution to add a range of burgers to to their menus and capitalise on the trend. 

Price: 

Burgers are priced between £1.55 (beef and pork) and £1.70 (lamb) each, including VAT. 

Availability: 

Available from 1 February 2014 from www.blingburger.co.uk​ or call 07557 683885. Deliveries are made twice a week across the UK with free next day delivery available on orders of 100 burgers or more. 

Why you should buy it: 

Paul Slijper, commercial director at Bling Burger, said: “Gourmet burgers are now big business and have become the number one pub dish in the UK, knocking traditional fish & chips off top slot. The high street has also seen a proliferation in gourmet brands. The timing is now perfect for operators to make big profits from this burger revolution.”  

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