Milling and Food Grains

Grain Millers, Inc. provides the following food grade commodities for further processing at your facility.

Organic Corn  
Corn
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Tadashi Sugimoto 952.983.1322
The main products that are produced include grits, corn meal and corn flour. These products are then used for items such as snack foods, baked goods and breakfast cereal. Yellow corn is the most common type of corn used in the United States for both the dry and wet milling processes; white corn is favored for food use in areas such as Latin America and Africa. Yields are generally found to be higher for yellow corn vs. white corn on a per bushel basis. 

Durum  
Durum
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Andrew Eilertson 800.328.5188
Durum is a class of wheat known for its amber-colored high-vitreous kernels. Widely used in the pasta industry across the world, Grain Millers, Inc. also uses this high-quality wheat in products such as whole durum berries, flours, flakes and multi-grain blends. Northern regions of North America are known for producing the world's best durum wheat. 

Flax   /   Organic Flax  
Flax
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Sam Snyder 952.983.1274
Commonly known as linseed, flax has been produced historically for industrial use due to its oil content. In recent years it is being sought after for its nutritional content, most notably omega-3 and omega-6 free fatty acids. Grain Millers, Inc. uses both brown and golden varieties for multiple purposes, such as bread mixes, pasta ingredients, multi-grain blends and whole-seed consumption. Grain Millers, Inc. is also a major supplier of organic flax for use in organic flax oil production. For more information please visit SafeFlax.com 

Hard Red Wheat   /   Organic Hard Red Wheat  
Hard Red Wheat
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Andrew Eilertson 800.328.5188
Much like its conventional counterpart, Grain Millers, Inc. utilizes organic hard red spring wheat for different cereal blends as well as bakery mixes. Protein is king when it comes to hard red spring wheat and it is often used to fortify hard red winter wheat flours for bread making.  

Malting and Milling Barley   /   Organic Malting and Milling Barley  
Malting and Milling Barley
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Andrew Eilertson 800.328.5188
Malt for beer and bakery products is an excellent addition for the barley industry in the US and Canada. Grain Millers, Inc. is a major supplier to this industry with quality barley from several regions of North America. This type of barley is variety-specific depending on what region you live in. Grain Millers, Inc. also uses barley for the production of barley pearls, flakes and flours.  

Milling Oats   /   Organic Milling Oats  
Milling Oats
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Cullen Harder 800.328.5188
Andrew Eilertson 800.328.5188
Bill Liska 800.232.6287 Yorkton
Oats are a nutritious cereal grain known to reduce cholesterol and the risk of heart disease. They are commonly consumed as oatmeal, rolled oats or as a primary ingredient in many other products. The grain's tolerance of rain and cold make it suitable for cultivation in temperate climates. A typical milling oat shipment has a test weight of 38 plus pounds, a purity of 96% and is in good condition. 

Rye   /   Organic Rye  
Rye
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Andrew Eilertson 800.328.5188
Although production levels have fallen in recent years, rye is still an excellent rotation crop in organic production. Rye can be processed into rye flakes, rye flour or whole rye berries. Alcohol produced from this grain can be used to make conventional or organic vinegar. 

Triticale   /   Organic Triticale  
Triticale
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Andrew Eilertson 800.328.5188
Triticale is a hybrid of wheat and rye first bred in laboratories during the late 19th century. Grain Millers, Inc. utilizes triticale in different bread mixes. Triticale is also used in the feed industry and has received attention as a potential energy crop. 

Organic White Corn  
White Corn
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Tadashi Sugimoto 952.983.1322
The corn kernel is pure white in color and usually has a higher Test Weight than yellow corn. White corn is typically used by dry mill processors. The corn is used to produce food products such as tortilla chips and tortillas, as well as flour for food use. White corn also has a limited wet mill use for food grade starch and paper uses. 

White Wheat   /   Organic White Wheat  
White Wheat
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Andrew Eilertson 800.328.5188
The popularity of winter wheat is on the rise; a fact partially attributed to the grain's versatility. This particular wheat has both fall- and spring-seeded varieties and is used in applications where protein and gluten strength are not a primary factor, e.g. in the pastry and cracker industries. 

Organic Winter Wheat  
Winter Wheat
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Andrew Eilertson 800.328.5188
Hard red winter wheat is a cereal grain that is grown in the northern hemisphere in the fall. Winter wheat was brought to the United States (specifically Kansas) in the 19th century by Russian Mennonites. Commonly utilized for flours, Grain Millers, Inc. purchases hard red winter wheat to cut, flake and blend in various cereals and bakery mixes.  



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