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Organic, Gluten-Free, And Non-GMO Certifications

April 8, 2019

Consumers’ interest in what is in their food continues to soar. Perhaps even more, they want to know what’s NOT in their food. Whether you’re looking for organically certified, gluten-free, or non-GMO products, we want to offer you choices that help you create the products consumers are seeking. Each of our mills holds multiple certifications—find […]

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Top 3 Food & Beverage Trends for 2019

March 13, 2019

It’s an exciting time to be a part of the food and beverage industry! At the Natural Products Expo West show in Anaheim last week, we couldn’t help but notice all of the innovative oat-based products. There are BIG waves being made using the power of oats and other plant-based ingredients. Food companies are taking […]

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These 6 Oat Flours Are Revolutionizing Beverage Formulation

February 11, 2019

Throughout our 30+ years in the oat business, we’ve seen food developers have huge success using oats to meet a wide range of needs. This success has continued with the rise in popularity of using oats in plant-based beverages. You may have seen oat milk starting to pop up next to the soy and almond […]

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Tips to Producing Food-Grade Corn, part 4 – Drying, Storage & Handling

January 28, 2019

This is the last post in our four-part series on producing food-grade corn. Here are links to the first three parts in case you missed them: Part 1 – Field & Seed Selection Part 2 – Disease Identification, Management & Prevention Part 3 – Corn Harvest Safe and effective storage of corn on-farm is an […]

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Tips to Producing Food-Grade Corn, part 3 – Harvest

January 14, 2019

This is part three of our four-part series on producing food-grade corn. (See part 1 on Field & Seed Selection; part 2 on Disease Management; and Part 4 on Drying, Storage, and Handling.) Proper harvesting techniques are important for creating initial grain quality, as many attributes are affected by harvest. When starting harvest, grain moisture should […]

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