BOSTON — Whole grains have gained tremendously in popularity, experts said at the “Just Ask for Whole Grains” conference in Kansas City this month. The fourth annual conference organized by the Whole Grains Council and Oldways Preservation Trust, based here, featured speakers who presented positive statistics from just about every segment of the food industry. “Some of the data presented by our speakers was so good it even surprised us,” said Cynthia Harriman, director, food and nutrition ...
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