Company: Alpha Baking Company, Inc.

Introduced: May 2021

Distribution: National

Product Snapshot: Natural Ovens Bakery is kicking off the unofficial start of grilling season with an expansion of their popular Keto-friendly line. Featuring only one net carb per serving, more fiber than traditional buns, and a cleaner ingredient legend, the Keto-friendly hot dog and hamburger buns are perfect for carb-counters who don't want to give up their summertime favorites.

Natural Ovens' 12 count Keto-friendly Hot Dog buns are available at select Costco locations, and 8 count packs can be found in the bread aisle or on the deli ledge (depending on the retailer) at select Wisconsin and Chicagoland retailers, including Jewel-Osco, Mariano's, Pick 'N Save, and Woodman's. Keto-friendly fans can order the new hot dog buns fresh via online grocers, and the entire Natural Ovens product line can be found at

"We've heard from retailers that Keto sales don't show signs of slowing down, and customers are looking for keto-friendly options to complement their favorite summer meals, like hot dogs and other grilled favorites." said Tim Lotesto, senior director, national retail key accounts for Alpha Baking. "Natural Ovens Keto-friendly hot dog buns provide carb conscious consumers with a way to enjoy classic summertime meals, without having to worry about net carbs. In short, these buns rise to the carb-conscious and taste challenge."

The Keto-friendly hot dog buns feature 26 grams of carbs and 25 grams of fiber per serving and are made without any artificial sweeteners or flavors.

Natural Ovens provides premium baked goods to restaurants, retailers, foodservice providers, and direct to consumers across the Midwest. For Natural Ovens Keto-friendly hot dog recipes or more information, visit

Chicago-based Alpha Baking Company, Inc. provides premium baked goods to restaurants, food service outlets, retailers and consumers under the S. Rosen's, MaryAnn Baking, and Natural Ovens brands. In 2020, Alpha Baking baked more than 265 million pounds of bread products and donated to area charities tackling hunger and food insecurity. The company employs more than 1,800 people in six baking facilities throughout the Midwest. For more information, visit