Containing multiple types of grain, usually in processed form(adjective)
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Use "multigrain" in a sentence
"Originally only available in a multigrain versions of its classic cracker (the multigrain is my personal favourite) odes to Crix have been written, both on blogs and in the print media."
"The do not know that marinara sauce routinely has more added sugar than ice cream topping; they do not know that breakfast cereals are routinely more concentrated sources of sodium than potato chips; they do not know fat-reduced peanut butter is less nutritious than regular due to added sugar and salt; they do not know that salt-reduced products routinely have added sugar and fat, sugar-reduced products routinely have added salt; they do not know that a 'multigrain' bread may contain no whole grains!"
"The loaf is a hearty multigrain loaf with a thick, crunchy crust."