Hard white (HDWH) wheat is a relatively new class of wheat developed from hard red wheats. While hard white wheat has the same nutritional claims as traditional red wheats, products made from white wheat are lighter in color and sweeter in taste. Hard White is used primarily for yeast breads, hard rolls and noodles. HDWH is standardized under the U.S. Standards for Wheat.
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