Wonder Bread introduces soft chewy whole wheat bread

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My daughter dreams of eating Wonder Bread. White, nutritionally vacant, glorified foam, Wonder Bread. This is a dream of hers which has remained unfullfilled. Call me cruel but if your child eats a steady diet of carbohydrates, you need to at least make them whole grain carbohydrates.

Madison will be happy to hear that Wonder has released a whole wheat version of it's sponge-like bread. Supposedly the bread has no visible grains and has the same consistency as the bubbly white original. The change is possible because of white whole wheat flour, which has a milder taste and texture than traditional whole wheat flour but is nutritionally similar.

The bread has it's skeptics and you can count me as one. But I'm willing to try it for Miss Picky Pants.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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