FDA revises minimums on grains claims in food

 
Feb. 15, 2006

Houston Chronicle: The Food and Drug Administration has issued new guidelines for food makers' claims about the amount of whole grain used in their products. Pizza or bagels labeled as "whole grain" or "whole wheat" should have dough made entirely from whole wheat or whole grain flour, and "whole grains" must be cereal grains including corn, rice, oats and wheat that are intact, ground, cracked or flaked.

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