Multi-Grain: Made from at least two different types of grain, such as wheat, oats, spelt, rye, corn, brown rice or barley. Multi-grain does not necessarily mean whole grain. Whole Grain: Includes the bran and germ of the grain and contain fiber, magnesium and other important phytonutrients. No nutrients are stripped away. To be called whole grain, a product has to be made with at least 51 percent whole grains. Whole Wheat: A subset of whole grain. Must be made exclusively with whole ...

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