Whole-Grain and Trans-Free Crackers: Seek and You'll Find. . . a Few

April 2003
Environmental Nutrition;Apr2003, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p7
Offers advice on where to find whole-grain crackers that do not contain hydrogenated oils. Evaluation of various crackers including Triscuits and Carr's Whole Wheat Crackers. INSET: Crackers As They Should Be.


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