MyPlate: Choosing whole-grain foods: 10 tips for purchasing and storing whole-grain foods (2012)
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Whole grains are important sources of nutrients like zinc, magnesium, B vitamins, and fiber. There are many choices available to make half your grains whole grains. But whole-grain foods should be handled with care. Over time and if not properly stored, oils in whole grains can cause spoilage. Consider these tips to select whole-grain products and keep them fresh and safe to eat.
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