Fiberline - Oat bread

Wholesome oat bread full of taste and fiber


Bakers can leapfrog the wholemeal challenge with “bread for your heart” – a new tasty concept for bread containing 30% oats.

Many consumers find the mild, nutty flavour of oats more appealing than other whole grains. And, while they enjoy the taste, the oats’ unique content of soluble fiber benefits their blood cholesterol level.

GRINDSTED® Fiberline makes its possible to double the oat content of bread recipes and obtain the high volume and moist texture that many wholemeal recipes lack – with up to two weeks of soft, fresh quality.

“Bread for your heart” qualifies for an on-pack cardiovascular health claim approved by the European Food Safety Authority. 


For further information

See our webinar on healthy bread - available now on demand or download our brochure.

Webinar on healthy bread - on demand

Brochure - Fiberline 103

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