Light bread no hfcs?

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  1. dhuba

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    Does anyone know of a no high fructose corn syrup "light" bread on the market? I want to switch to the light bread in the house, but haven't been able to find one that has no hfcs and is whole grain. I do make a lot of my own specialty breads and rolls, but they aren't exactly "light". I don't really eat bread, but my kids and husband do, and I think a few of them could benefit from the lower calorie bread. It kills me to pay nearly 4 dollars for a loaf loaded with garbage. I couldn't find one at the supermarket today that didn't have it in it.
     
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    For some reason I thought the lite Orowheat didn't have it.

    Do you have a Safeway/Vons in your area? They have their Eating Smart (or something like that...Eating Right?) brand that I think is both light and no HFCS.
     
  5. taylor3297

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    I have been eating Nature's Own whitewheat for years. It never has contained HFCS and it is so yummy. My stepmom found this for me when she was trying to get me to stop eating Sunbeam white bread.
     
  6. Tinker'n'Fun

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    Arnolds sandwich thins have no HFCS, and are 100 calories each. (also their light bread is HFSC's free)
     
  7. mommyof2princesses

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    NAtures own whitewheat is 100 calories for 2 slices and no HFCS! And it is nice and soft and yummy!
     
  8. dhuba

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    Thanks for the replies. The Nature's Own isn't available here unfortunately, and I don't have a Safeway. I like the Arnold thins, but I really wanted something like regular bread.
     
  9. Nicolepa

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    Most of Oroweat's breads are now HFCS free. I don't know if they have a "lite" version or not, but they do have a new high protein which is good.
     
  10. AmongMadPeople

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    I've never seen/heard of the brands others have listed. The Aunt Millie's light whole grain bread we use has no HFCS.
     
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    Healthy life-I've bought it at Wal-Mart.
    No HFCS.

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  12. uk_wildcat

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    I was also going to say Aunt Millie's.
     

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