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Whole Grain Registered Products

A clear and simple way to identify and choose better whole grain foods is to look for products which state:

  • “Contains whole grain”
  • “High in whole grain”
  • “Very high in whole grain” – the highest level of whole grain

Look for the whole grain Daily Target Intake statement – the higher the percentage the better. i.e. ‘One 45g serve of Sunrise cereal contributes 70% towards the GLNC 48g whole grain Daily Target Intake’

To view the searchable database of products which are registered with GLNC and meet the ‘contains’, ‘high in whole grain’, ‘very high in whole grain’ or use the GLNC Daily Target Intake statement, click here.

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