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Milling Company Says Its High Fiber Flour is Non-GMO Project Certified

August 2, 2018: 12:00 AM EST
Bay State Milling Company’s HealthSense High Fiber Wheat Flour, derived from high amylose wheat, has secured non-GMO Project verification. The Mass.-based company said the wheat combines in one ingredient the benefits of wheat flour taste, the functionality of resistant starch fiber, and traceability to the farm. The company says food manufacturers can replace traditional hard wheat with the HealthSense flour and “close the dietary fiber gap that currently exists in the American diet without a fiber additive.” [Image Credit: © Bay State Milling]
"HealthSense High Fiber Wheat Flour Achieves Non-GMO Project Verified Status", MarketWatch, August 02, 2018, © MarketWatch, Inc
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