Volume 109 | November 2018
Highlights from Our Conference
Our whole grains conference held earlier this month in Seattle brought together nutrition researchers, acclaimed chefs, farmers, policy makers, and food makers from across all spectrums of the food system.

Slides and videos from select presentations are now available online, in addition to photos, articles, and program reference materials.
Whole Grains Join the Fight Against Breast Cancer
Studies show that women eating more whole grains may be significantly less likely to develop breast cancer. Our blog overview takes a deeper dive into some of the exciting research in this area.
Mail Order Grain Sources
People often email us asking, “Where can I find teff in Miami?” or “Is there a store in Des Moines that sells farro?” We can’t track the options in every community, but we can help you find mail-order sources for intact, un-processed whole grains and the whole grain flours and meals milled from them.
Recursos en Español
If you’re looking for Spanish-language whole grain educational materials, you’ve come to the right place! Over the past year, we’ve added several Spanish-language versions of our most popular handouts.
Whole Grain Recipes
This apple peanut butter oatmeal is made with whole grains, healthy fats, and fruit — what better way to start your day? Plus, using a slow cooker to make multiple servings saves time every morning of the week.

Recipe courtesy of The Peanut Institute  
This chili is full of flavor and it gets its stick-to-your-ribs feeling from the teff and millet, Novembers’s Whole Grains of the Month. Their hearty textures actually mimic ground meat. 

Recipe courtesy of the Teff Company
We served this tabbouleh-inspired salad from Bob’s Red Mill at both our 2018 and 2014 Whole Grains Conferences, and it continues to be a hit year after year.

Recipe Courtesy of Bob's Red Mill

Kelly Toups, MLA, RD, LDN 
Director of Nutrition

Caroline Sluyter
Whole Grains Council Program Director

Abby Clement
Whole Grain Stamp Program Manager