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Mill in Harvey, N.D., mills gluten-free flour from beans, lentils, millet, buckwheat and other grains, grasses and vegetables.

September 26, 2017

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MILL GROWS: Firebird Artisan Mills has recently tripled its capacity to mill gluten-free flour.

Firebird Artisan Mills, Harvey, N.D., has added two new production lines, boosting its capacity and making it one of the largest 100% dedicated, certified gluten-free and allergen-free flour mills in North America.

“When you factor in efficiency improvements, this expansion nearly triples our plant capacity to about 7 million pounds and enables us to be a better strategic partner for our customers,” says Director of Operations Brady Eckart. “We’ll have greater flexibility in meeting our customers’ scheduling needs, which is incredibly important as we work for them to help get their products to shelf safely and quickly.”

Firebird is one of only a very few dedicated gluten-free, allergen-free and non-GMO mills in the world that produces bulk flours and mixes/blends on-site and packages goods for both wholesale and retail channels. It uses many different crops including amaranth, quinoa, millet, buckwheat, sorghum, lentils, peas, beans, tapioca, teff, garbanzos, guar gum, arrowroot, xanthan gum, potato and rice.

For more information, see firebirdmills.com.

Source: Firebird Artisan Mills

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