High-fiber foods, minus the cardboard and sand

As new technology makes high-fiber food more flavorful and less gritty, companies are stepping up launches of such products. General Mills, for example, uses new grinding techniques to improve the texture in its Fiber One cereals, while new cooking methods better preserve the taste.

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