Studies have shown whole grains assist in achieving and maintaining a healthy weight, and promoting digestive health.
The benefits of whole grains stem from the protein, fiber, antioxidants, essential oils, vitamins, minerals and other components that can be found in each kernel. All of which are depleted in white flour.
Getting the recommended minimum* of whole grains is as simple as merely noshing on a couple slices a day of warm fresh-from-the-oven Great Harvest whole wheat bread. Hey, who said eating well can't taste amazing?
Keeping your grain whole maintains the vitamins, minerals, fiber, protein, and the antioxidants naturally present in the grain. We mill our whole wheat flour daily to retain the most nutrients and for rich flavor.
Go for the grain and make half of them whole to support a healthy happy you! Most adults should shoot for at least 6 servings of grains every day**.
Curious about the fiber grams in your favorite whole wheat bread? Wondering what ingredients are in that delicious muffin? Below we provide the nutrition information for our most popular breads and sweets. Although the information on our website is accurate, it is possible your local baker may have altered the recipe so the nutrition, ingredient, and allergen information may vary. Please contact your local Great Harvest bread store
for the most accurate product information.
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Are you looking for the bread and sweets schedule for your local Great Harvest bakery? Each bakery owner sets a unique schedule for their own Great Harvest bread business. You can find the contact information for your local bakery here: