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When most of us hear the word “white” associated with bread, images of processed and refined slices of doughy bread that have been stripped of their nutrients and fiber pop into our heads. Therefore, when we read nutrition labels that claim “whole-grain white bread” we are stumped by the perceived oxymoron. Whole-grain white bread products are on the rise everywhere, boasting nutritional superiority over traditional white bread foods. But, isn’t whole-grain white bread still just white bread no matter how you slice it? No…. read more.