In a season where warm, rich, celebratory meals and holiday desserts are the order of the hour, whole grains can not only be incorporated, but can elevate your holiday cooking and baking to a whole other level.
November brings with it a noticeable hum of excitement in the global whole grain community as International Whole Grain Day approaches! This year, the WGI International Whole Grain Day celebration focuses on why choosing whole grains is good for you, and for the planet.
Whole Foods Market announced their list of upcoming 2022 food trends this week, and we’re especially excited to see that “Grains that Give Back” is highlighted as a top trend to watch. Find out how to try this trend yourself and which whole grains to shop for.
Fad diets that drastically cut food groups (like whole grains!) and attempt to reshape your physique for the sake of vanity may not have your body’s best interest in mind. Research demonstrates that people who eat more whole grains tend to have smaller waist sizes and less visceral fat (the type of...
The data of the past 18 months paints an interesting picture of American purchasing habits and preferences. There are always changes in data from one year to the next, but this was no ordinary year. So much about our lives have changed, including how and what we eat.
Did you know that consumption of whole grains has risen because of the pandemic? Or that the number of consumers who choose whole grains for their environmental benefits is on the rise? The results of the 2021 Whole Grains Consumer Insights Survey are in.
Even if you use pasteurized eggs, there is another reason that raw cookie dough could mean playing roulette with your immune system… the raw flour! The FDA explicitly cautions against consuming raw flour, a lesson that could potentially extend to other raw grains as well.