While “there is no doubt” that revamping school lunches will benefit children’s health, the speed with which schools are having to implement the new rules has made compliance extremely difficult in the short-term, according to one child nutrition director.
Lantmännen reports a decline in its Unibake’s operating revenue for Q2 citing factors such as a drop in sales volumes for frozen bread operations in Germany, the UK and Denmark, coupled with negative currency effects.
The release of the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans is among several factors likely to boost sales of whole grain and added-fiber products, according to a new report from Global Industry Analysts (GIA).
Diabetic women who enjoy a diet rich in bran may live longer and be less likely to die of heart disease than those who do not, according to the results of a new study published in the journal Circulation.
Two weeks of eating a diet rich in whole grain has beneficial effects on biomarkers for heart health, according to a new study by Nestlé researchers which was presented at the Healthgrain conference in Sweden last week.