Healthy whole grain products are finding their way into supermarket bakeries. Retailers told SN they've introduced whole grain versions of artisan breads, bratwurst buns, even cookies and other sweet items. Some chains plan to increase the selection and have a whole repertoire of whole grain items in research and development. Two retailers based in Minnesota's Twin Cities, Lund Food Holdings and Kowalski's Markets, are leading the way. Lund, which operates 22 Lunds and Byerly's stores, ...

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