You’ve got to work to earn these buns…
Australia’s favourite healthy burger establishment, Grill’d, is upping its game once again with a new 100% Natural burger menu, packed with fresh and locally sourced ingredients, and completely free of artificial nasties.
But Grill’d isn’t simply treating our stomachs, it also wants to give back the gift of nature.
To celebrate the upgraded menu, the Grill’d team is rewarding anyone who heads into nature and clocks up the daily recommended 10,000 steps with $10 off any burger (or salad) this week (Saturday 8 August – Thursday 13 August).
And for those of us in Victoria, this will be reduced to 5,000 steps so that we can still taste that natural goodness with $10 off while engaging in safe social distancing.
“From day one, we have strived to find better ways of making and delivering fast, healthy burgers and better, more sustainable ways of doing business.” explains Founder of Grill’d, Simon Crowe, “We know our customers are looking to make healthier choices, now more than ever, so we wanted to give them a great reason to step up, fill up and feel good about it.”
And that’s not all, in addition to a move to 100% natural, Grill’d has also added four more reasons to get moving to its menu. The new burgers include the Emperor: Wagyu with wombok slaw, hoisin sauce, egg mayo, chilli & ginger relish, and the Mite-y Mushroom: Grilled field mushroom with melted tasty cheese, freshly smashed avocado, cos lettuce, Spanish onion, fresh basil and Grill’d’s own recipe mite-y mayo.
Sharon Natoli, Founding Director of Food & Nutrition Australia said: “There’s been a substantial rise in interest in healthy and conscious consumption. Consumers are looking for more natural ingredients, striving to limit food waste and are shopping more consciously. The continued focus on health across the board shows that consumers really care about what they’re putting on their plates and into their bodies.”
To learn more about how to qualify for $10 off, or to read more about the new menu, head to the Grill’d website.
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