Nature's Own® Whitewheat® Healthy White Sandwich Enriched Bread 24 oz. Bag

No artificial preservatives, colors or flavors. No high fructose corn syrup. Healthy family white bread. Good source of fiber. Excellent source of calcium. Bread is a low fat, cholesterol free food. 0 grams of trans fat per slice. Per 2 Slices: 130 calories; 0 g sat fat (0% DV); 240 mg sodium (10% DV); 2 g sugars. Our Quality Pledge: The Bakers of Nature's Own have been baking bread since 1919 and are committed to providing you with the highest quality baked foods. Nature's Own breads are made with premium ingredients that are carefully combined in our special recipes and then baked to perfection in our ovens. If the Nature's Own name is on the package, you're certain to find great-tasting breads inside! Enjoy! - From the Flowers Family of Bakers. Whitewheat bread contains 400 mg calcium and 3.3 mg iron per serving. Whole wheat bread contains 85 mg calcium and 1.5 mg iron per serving. Whitewheat is the original healthy family white bread since 1991. It successfully combines the traditional taste of fresh white bread with the nutritional goodness of wheat. Whitewheat is the perfect blend of softness and nutrition. With more calcium and iron than whole wheat, and a good source of fiber, Whitewheat is the bread your entire family will enjoy. Whitewheat Fast Facts: No high fructose corn syrup; Good source of fiber; Whitewheat bread contains 400 mg calcium per serving; Milk contains 270 mg calcium per 8 oz serving; 2 slices = calcium of 1-8 oz glass of milk. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans encourages all Americans to eat a healthy diet and be physically active. The new Dietary Guidelines' My Plate graphic is an easy tool to help you think about food choices at each meal, control portion sizes, and ensure balanced nutrition. The foods you eat greatly influence your health, your appearance, and even your mental attitude. That's why it is so important to get proper nutrition every day. But eating right doesn't mean giving up all the foods you love. It does mean eating moderately and choosing from a wide variety of food groups for a well-balanced diet. To learn more about making grains a part of your healthy diet, go to: www.DietaryGuidelines.gov; www.ChooseMyPlate.gov; www.Health.gov/paguidelines. Visit us at www.whitewheat.com for delicious recipes. Questions or Comments? Call 1-866-245-4921. Go with the grain.

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