ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Consumers are eating significantly more whole grains than they were in 2005 but they are nowhere near meeting dietary guidelines, a new NPD study shows. Results of the study conducted earlier this year were presented at the Whole Grains Council's international conference here last week. Entitled “Making Half Your Grains Whole,” the conference on April 20-22 brought together representatives of the food industry and related arenas to explore progress in whole grain ...

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