WEST CALDWELL, N.J. -- Kings Super Markets here called attention to bread's nutritional qualities in its in-store consumer publication.
d guide pyramid as a "good graphic representation" of how consumers can shape their eating habits for better nutrition.
"The base of the pyramid represents the foods we should eat more frequently; the apex, [those] we should eat sparingly. Complex carbohydrates, such as breads, are at the base of the pyramid," the newsletter explained.
"There are many types of breads available to keep your taste buds from becoming bored. For sandwiches, Kings recommends rye, pumpernickel and the various combinations of whole grains. Most people who love bread love the more dense, nutty, flavorful bread. In addition, these breads tend to be nutritious."