If you can find the ones called La Tortilla Factory, they are high in fiber and whole wheat. They are nice and moist and stay together when you roll them up and have a good flavor. I find them at Giant Food.
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A couple of ideas. I live in the Southwest, where we have no problems finding whole wheat tortillas. I don't know where you live, but I gather it is somewhere else.
First I would try Trader Joes, if you have one nearby. Second, there is a brand of tortillas called Mission, and if I'm not mistaken, this is a national brand. I know they make whole wheat tortillas. Another idea, and I don't know how much luck you have with this is to check WalMart and look for a brand called Albuquerque Tortilla Co. I know they are now making several things that I think WalMart is distributing nationally. A lot of it is frozen, so you might check there, though tortillas usually aren't frozen. Good luck!
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