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Until recently, ﬁnding whole grain products was diﬃcult. Is this product whole grain, or simply reﬁned ﬂour with caramel coloring? Does 100% wheat mean it’s whole grain? What does multigrain really mean?
Help from the whole grains council
The Whole Grains Council believes that lots of consumers want to eat whole grains – if they could only ﬁgure out which products qualify. This section of our website helps you ﬁnd whole grains four diﬀerent ways:
With the Whole Grain Stamp, a special packaging symbol now on thousands of popular products — check out the list of Stamped Products here on our website. If you run a restaurant or cafeteria, ﬁlter by “foodservice” to ﬁnd products that especially cater to large-volume settings.
At Restaurants and Cafeterias, using our lists of chain outlets, independent restaurants and workplace cafeterias that oﬀer whole grain choices.
By mail order, so you can get teﬀ, sorghum, farro, millet, and other grains in home-size amounts, even if your local stores don’t yet carry them.
For food manufacturing, to connect you with bulk sources of whole grain ingredients, using our handy Wholesale Ingredient Sources page.
Check out our Whole Grain Pantry Highlight Reel