Kids Choice Whole Grain Bread
Nutrition Matters: Based on a 2 Slice Serving: 140 calories; 1.5 g total fat (2% DV); sat fat 0 g (0% DV); 290 mg sodium (13% DV); 5 g total sugars; 4 g fiber (14% DV). Pan-O-Gold is committed to baking products that are great tasting and nutritious. This nutrition guide is designed to help you make informed choices for you and your family. The nutrients listed and the values that they represent are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Certified Kosher Parve. Excellent source of calcium. & good source of fiber. Good source of whole grain-8g/serving (Kids Choice White made with Whole Grain Bread is a good source of whole grain, with at least 8 g of whole grain in two slices! The 2005 Dietary Guidelines recommend at least 48 g of whole grain per day. Now your kids can have the delicious flavor and soft texture of traditional white bread while getting the benefit of whole grain. Nutrient values for 2 oz. of bread (approximately 2 slices): calcium (% daily value); 20% kids choice; 5% enriched white bread. Fiber (g): Kids Choice 4.0 g; 2.0 g enriched white bread. Made with whole grain. Kids choice. No high fructose corn syrup. Bake locally. www.panogold.com. For more information, visit loaves4learning.com. The bakers of country hearth and village health are proud to support local K-12 education with Loaves 4 Learning. Scan QR code with your smartphone to learn about the program at our website, loaves4learning.com. Earn money for your school. 1. Buy Country Hearth and Village Hearth product. 2. Clip and save the UPC proof of purchase. 3. Drop the UPCs into your school's collection box. 4. A check is mailed to your school. For more information, visit loaves4learning.com. Country hearth loaves 4 learning.com. Earn money for your school with Loaves 4 Learning. Clip and save the loaves4learning UPC symbols located on the bottom of your favorite Country Hearth or Village Hearth bread or buns. Deposit the UPCs in your school's designated collection box and the school will receive a check. Visit loaves4learning.com for more details. We can all make a difference! Plastic bags are recycled into many different products. Most plastic bags are recycled into composite decking but can also be reprocessed into post consumer resin which can be recycled into a variety of products such as new bags, pallets containers and crates. Go Green: Please recycle me with your grocery store bags. Made in USA from domestic and imported ingredients.