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: While the front of package claims a hearty “16 grams of Whole Grain per Bagel,” the first ingredient listed is unbleached enriched wheat flour, which is far from whole. This 3.5 oz bagel may have a full serving (16 grams) of whole grains, but it breaks down into nearly 3 ½ servings of bread. Choose the 100% whole grain variety for a true whole grain, which also comes in a better-portioned mini bagel.