Whole-Grain Corn

<p>As consumers look for more fiber in their diets, many are leaning toward products rich in whole grains, ranging from cereals and breads to tortillas and pastas.</p>

Whole grains, or foods made from whole grains, contain all the essential parts and naturally-occurring nutrients of the entire grain seed in their original proportions. Whole-grain corn flour, the development of which was driven by consumer demand, is appearing more regularly on the market. The product is cost-competitive, gluten-free, label-friendly and high in fiber—everything a health-conscious consumer desirers.  Riley Didion, vice president, business development, Didion Milling, discusses how to take whole grains and formulate them into various products in order to benefit the consumer.

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