April 2003 Issue
Whole-Grain and Trans-Free Crackers: Seek and You'll Find...a Few
Q. In your December 2002 issue, you talked about the merits of eating whole grains. I found whole-grain bread and cereal easily, but I canít find whole-grain crackers that donít contain hydrogenated oils. Any suggestions? A. As youíve already discovered, crackers that contain the good stuff (whole grains and fiber) often come coupled with bad stuff (trans fats from hydrogenated oils), especially brands found in the typical supermarket. Both Triscuits and Carrís Whole
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