Farm Science Reporter


When the bread plate is passed around the table in Iowa homes, it’s eight chances out of ten that the Johnnys and Marys and their fathers and mothers will be taking enriched bread— if it’s made of white flour. This conclusion, based on a summary of replies to a questionnaire sent to every county nutrition committee in Iowa, is important in that it indicates an interesting and encouraging trend in the use of enriched bread and flour in Iowa.

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