Nutritionists have been telling us for years about the benefits of whole grains. Finally, the message is sinking in. Whole grain pasta, for example, continues to march into the mainstream of American eating habits. It is starring on the family dinner table, pleasing lunchtime crowds in K-12 cafeterias and college dining halls, and giving restaurant patrons a menu option that’s flavorful as well as good for you. In foodservice, menu items described as whole grain have taken on what the ...
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