BOSTON -- Shoppers could find it easier to find whole-grain foods on supermarket shelves now that more than 400 existing or planned products have been approved to use one of the Whole Grains Council's whole-grain stamps. The stamps indicate whether a food is a good, excellent or 100% source of whole grains. The number of manufacturers using the stamps has increased since the government recommended whole-grain consumption in its revised dietary guidelines released earlier this year, said ...

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