How can you tell if a product is really a whole-grain food? Stick to the ingredient list for the answer, and find 37 common products here and see if they pass our whole-grain test.
NO: These sandwich thins are labeled “Whole Grain White” on the front, but when you read the fine-print ingredient list, you’ll find that “unbleached enriched wheat flour” is the first ingredient. Neither “unbleached” nor “enriched” indicate a whole grain. These thins are made with “whole white wheat flour,” but it isn’t the first ingredient on the list, which makes it a less reliable source for whole grains.