ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The Whole Grains Council, at a conference here this week, presented findings it said show a typical supermarket has not yet made half its grain products whole grain — one of the council’s goals. Another council goal is to get consumers to “make [at least] half their grains whole." Surveying categories of grain products on the shelves in a store it deemed typical — a unit of Hannaford Bros. in Dover, N.H. — the council found that only cereal rose above the halfway mark. A ...

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