""While the bread does technically have nine grains, he says that you might as well choose white. Eight of those nine grains are basically trace amounts, listed at the bottom of the ingredient list under “contains 2% or less.” The number one ingredient is regular white flour.
“Essentially this is a white-wheat hybrid with trace amounts of other whole grains like oats, barley, and rye,” says Zinczenko.
As for that high-fructose corn syrup, well, there’s more of it than any of the grains. With the requisite soda on the side, you’re talking about a major corn-syrup overload.
But what about the brown color of the bread? It’s not from grains: Zinczenko reveals that it actually comes courtesy of a compound called ammonium sulfate. If the name sounds familiar, it’s because it’s a commonly used plant fertilizer. It helps the bread achieve that golden hue by nourishing the yeast. Whether it’s good for the human body is up for debate"