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U of M researchers urge schools to add more whole grains into menus

U researchers say they've found that if schools adopt recipes that use whole grains in foods like pizzas, pastas and bread -- the change increases a students intake by more than 25 percent.
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U researchers say they've found that if schools adopt recipes that use whole grains in foods like pizzas, pastas and bread -- the change increases a students intake by more than 25 percent.

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