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“It found that 76% of mothers questioned believed that "wholegrain" means the product is likely to be healthy.”
“The survey found that 76% of mothers questioned believed that "wholegrain" means the product is likely to be healthy.”
“For example, more than three-quarters of parents surveyed believed that 'wholegrain' means the product is likely to be healthy.”
“wholegrain' yet a 45g average size serving contains more sugar (13. 6g) than a ring doughnut.”
“I used wholegrain spelt flour, xylobrit (xylitol) and soya butter, added walnuts and dried cranberries, and its delish!”
“Cucumber with cream cheese on caraway seed bread, egg mayonnaise with shiso cress on white bread, chicken with wholegrain mustard mayonnaise on basil bread and buttery smoked salmon on granary bread.”
“I like English mustard in my rarebits, just to add a bit of a kick – wholegrain and Dijon are both too sharp here for my taste.”
“Since last year we have added 200 million servings of wholegrain to the UK diet.”
“The company pledged to revamp its core products, reformulating its savoury snack and soft-drink categories by further reducing salt and sugar, while focusing multimillion-pound research and development on products with so-called "positive" nutrition including fruit, fibre, wholegrain and vegetables.”
“Bruschetta made with grilled wholegrain bread lightly rubbed with garlic, then drizzled with fruity olive oil and a drop of aged balsamic vinegar, was used to sop up the last drops of my soup.”
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