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Making clean label work

As food marketing buzz phrases go, it’s hard to top “clean label.” Today’s consumers want foods that are not only good for them but that they can understand — and pronounce — when they read an ingredient panel.

Whole grains get whole lotta love

Long before clean label, gluten-free and low-carb, nutritionists were touting the virtues of whole grains. And based on years of studies and surveys, whole grains — a source of carbohydrates, multiple nutrients and dietary fiber — have proven themselves to be anything but a passing fad.