This is a special message from Barilla. Just a few years ago, whole grain pasta was a mystery to most consumers. Today, a growing number are discovering its flavorful nuances when they enjoy pasta at home or dine out. In fact, whole grains are on the rise across the board. All told, almost 20 times more whole grain products were introduced worldwide in 2010 as in 2000, according to the Mintel Global New Products Database, as reported by the Whole Grains Council. In restaurants, mentions ...

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