In recent years, hamburgers have become not only only trendier, but also healthier than ever. In popular burger restaurants, greasy burger buns have given way to quality burgers, made of high quality meat and plenty of fresh vegetables.

However, even if the burger is healthier than ever - it still cannot really be classed as healthy. Therefore, the Japanese fast food chain Mos Burger has developed the Tomani. Instead of a bun, there are two giant tomatoes halves around your meat and salad. 

This special burger contains less than three hundred calories and costs just over 6 euros (880 yen) and is only available in the Tokyo branch of the chain. The burger is actually a special and is only available this month. "In the tomato season," says the chain.