People are starting to recognize the importance of getting more whole grains in their diet, but many still don't know what they are or how to identify them on packaging. "Made with whole grain," along with "low in fat," headed the list of nutritional claims people seek, according to a recent consumer study by Opinion Dynamics Corp. in Cambridge, Mass. Indeed, brown rice, bread and pasta sales have started to recover as the low-carb craze that preached carb denial has waned. There are more ...

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