Consumers searching the grocery aisles for authentic whole grain foods now have a new “search tool” – the Whole Grain Stamp
There are 2 versions and they are helping consumers identify foods made with whole grains.
The stamp to the left means that the product contains half a serving, about 8g of whole grain. The number “8g” on this stamp is just an example. The number will be different depending on the product.
This label to the right means that the product is made with 100% whole grain, offering 16g per serving. This stamp is the one you should be looking for.
For a list of all the companies that are already using the stamp go to Whole Grain Stamp site.
I love these stamps. Anything that makes eating healthy easier has my vote.
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