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The Bread That Changed Britain Now Getting Beat Up

Chorleywood bread 'is like cotton wool,' says critic

(Newser) - What Henry Ford did for cars, the Chorleywood Flour Milling and Bakery Research Association laboratories did for bread in 1961: Hard fats, extra yeast, a very fast trip through the mixer, and a few chemicals yielded a soft, uniform sandwich loaf with twice the shelf life of traditional bread—and... More »

Americans Finally Trading White Bread for Wheat

We're spending more on wheat for the first time

(Newser) - Wonder Bread may be losing its, well, wonder. When it comes to sliced bread, shoppers are spending more on whole wheat than white for the first time. Though white is still slightly ahead in volume, at 1.5 billion packages sold in the last year to 1.3 billion of... More »

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