Dietitians at a number of retailers marked Whole Grains Month this year by introducing customers to new and enticing whole grain items. Lynda Murray, registered dietitian at a Burlington, Iowa, unit of Des Moines, Iowa-based Hy-Vee, conducted a whole grains tour for pre-schoolers and showed them that even such goodies as cookies made in the in-store bakery can qualify as whole grain healthy items. The children were accompanied by parents and, in some cases, grandparents. “These kids were ...
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