- FRIDGE WISDOM. Applegate, Liz // Runner's World;Jul2006, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p62
The article provides information on whole-grain white breads. If all the grains and flours listed are whole grains then it is 100 percent whole grain and offers optimal nutrition no matter the color. Milling techniques allow manufacturers to finely grind grains, which results in the white...
- MORNING GLORY. Pennington, April Y. // Entrepreneur;Mar2005, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p168
Introduces a restaurant owned by David Roth and Rick Bacher that serves cereals as its main dish to customers in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Percentage of Americans who enjoy eating cereal; Plan of expanding their business to other areas.
- The bakery empire strikes back. // MarketWatch: Global Round-up;Oct2005, Vol. 4 Issue 10, p71
This article informs that as the ink dries on Atkins Nutritionals Inc.'s bankruptcy filing, food manufacturers are hopeful that this could signal the end to the low-carb diet craze that once threatened the bakery industry. By providing consumers with premium products that go beyond simply being...
- Rising stars. THORN, BRET // Nation's Restaurant News;4/7/2014, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p60
The article discusses the change in the bread offerings in several restaurants. Topics discussed include Wendy's bread experimentation from whole-grain flatbread to ciabatta, McDonald's launched of a whole-grain English muffin and other restaurant chains that expanded or changed their bread...
- Grains, cereals & dietary fiber. // Prepared Foods;Apr97, Vol. 166 Issue 4, p44
Features food products containing grains, cereals and dietary fiber. Granulated corn products from The Weetabix Co. Inc.; Dried plum puree in food products; Whole brown grain and milled rice from Riceland Foods; Sunflower kernel bread from the National Sunflower Association.
- From the Ancients. // Prepared Foods;Jan2011, Vol. 180 Issue 1, p11
The article reports that because of the growing popularity of ancient grains as of January 2011, due to their alleged health benefits, the number of cereal manufacturers in North America and Europe which offer such products have more than doubled, though producers from other countries also offer...
- Is it true that much of our food-including cereals and snacks eaten by children-is actually over-fortified with excessive amounts of vitamins and minerals that can be dangerous to our health? Scheer, Roddy; Moss, Doug // Earth Talk: Questions & Answers About Our Environment;8/24/2014, p1
The article provides an answer to a question of the impact of heavily-fortified food, like cereals and snacks eaten by children, with excessive amount of vitamins and minerals on one's health.
- raise the bar. MacGregor, Jill // Good Medicine (Australian Consolidated Press);Sep2006, p134
The article deals with the nutritional value of several breakfast bars. They include Arnold's Farm Breakfast Bars, Carman's Classic Fruit Muesli Breakfast Bars, Uncle Tobys Crisp N' Crunchy Plus Bars and Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Bar Honey Nut. Surveys have shown that many Australians skip...
- Ask Sam. // Good Housekeeping;Apr2014, Vol. 258 Issue 4, p62
The article presents a question and answer related to choosing a healthy cereal with advice to look for whole grains, cereal with fiber, and sugar content.