WEST CALDWELL, N.J. -- Kings Super Markets here called attention to bread's nutritional qualities in its in-store consumer publication. d guide pyramid as a "good graphic representation" of how consumers can shape their eating habits for better nutrition. "The base of the pyramid represents the foods we should eat more frequently; the apex, [those] we should eat sparingly. Complex carbohydrates, such as breads, are at the base of the pyramid," the newsletter explained. "There are many ...

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