Do you know the difference? I didn’t.
All multigrain means is that the bread is made with flours of more than one grain. In fact, according to Ali Chernoff, a consulting dietitian in Vancouver, multigrain breads are occasionally made using white flour with brown sugar or molasses added to make them darker.
So don’t be fooled. Skip the multigrain and go whole grain.
This reminds me to remind you, always read the label. Know what you’re eating. Be a savvy shopper and eater.