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Sprouted Whole Grains May Be The Next Big Food Trend

April 19, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Though there aren’t a lot of sprouted grain products on the market yet, there is growing interest, according to the Whole Grains Council, and food manufacturers are responding. In what some predict will be one of the next big trends in the food industry, store shelves are gradually being filled with hot and cold sprouted whole-grain cereals, flours, pastas, pizzas, bread sticks and tortilla chips. Also available are nuts, legumes and seeds – technically not grains – that can be sprouted. Why sprouted whole grains? According to one devotee in the Rochester, N.Y., area, “they are sprouted like a vegetable” so “your body digests them like a vegetable” and they are kinder to the digestive system.
Karen Miltner, "Going with the (sprouted) grains", Rochester Democrat and Chronicle (New York), April 19, 2013, © Gannett/www.democratandchronicle.com
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