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Many Consumers Confused by Whole Grain Labeling on Food Packaging

News   Aug 11, 2020 | Original story from Tufts University

 
Many Consumers Confused by Whole Grain Labeling on Food Packaging

The cracker image on the left is actually the healthier choice, because it contains more whole grains and less salt. The image was part of a study, led by researchers at Tufts and NYU, finding many consumers are baffled by whole grain labels. Credit: Sarah Cronin/ Tufts University.

 
 
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