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Health Benefits Of Sprouted Grains Suggest They’re Here To Stay

December 14, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
The use of sprouted grains in U.S. health foods will be eight times greater in the next five years, boosted by major product introductions from big companies like Panera, Kellogg’s and Champion Foods. Many health-conscious consumers are now convinced that foods made with sprouted grains are more nutritious because of minimal processing and more healthful ingredients. The industry has caught on, accepting and marketing sprouted grains as a naturally functional – rather than a “fortified” or processed functional – food. Sprouted grains also dovetail with other trends, especially consumer demand for higher protein and fiber levels. These facts bolster the argument that sprouted grain foods are more than a fad or trend: they are a functional food that will endure.
Judie Bizzozero, "Guest Blog: Sprouted Grains: Functional Food of the Future", Natural Products Insider, December 14, 2015, © Informa Exhibitions LLC.
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