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SWEETDAWNA Posts: 859
8/12/12 12:15 A

My only suggestion would to talk to somebody IN the bakery and see if they can provide you with nutritional information. One of my local stores actually posts the nutrition labels on the bins where you can get the fresh breads.

~*Dawna*~

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SQUINGILE Posts: 367
8/11/12 6:22 P

Does anyone buy the home made multi grain bread baked by PUBLIX Supermarkets right at their own facility? (In Florida) I need to know how many calories are in this bread!

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