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You know whole grain has more nutritional heft than white, bread, but can you choose between whole wheat, multi-grain, seven-grain, 12-grain, all natural, organic and enriched? An expert guides you down the bread aisle.
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Not only is the coleslaw colorful, it comes with fiber and all kinds of vitamins and minerals. The basil and pepper have plenty of antioxidants, vitamin C and iron.