American consumers always want to have their cake and eat it, too. Only today, that means having their whole grain breads and eating white bread, too. Suppliers like George Weston Bakers, ConAgra Foods, General Mills and others are seeing welcome gains from commercial breads, rolls, baking flours and mixes with whole grains designed to mimic white bread, thus providing the best of both worlds. Credit the demise of low-carb diets and a revised set of U.S. Dietary Guidelines calling for ...

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