For Some Small Kosher Food Purveyors, the Coronavirus Era is Boom Time

Almost overnight, Hertzmark’s Migrash Farm, which produces certified kosher flour from grain grown in the Chesapeake Bay region, lost virtually his entire wholesale business after local restaurants and bakeries were shuttered by public health authorities. But while many companies continue even now to suffer from dramatic drop-offs in business, Migrash Farm saw its fortunes rebound.

North American Millers, Bakers Scramble to Satisfy Bread-Buying Binge

March 24, 2020 Reuters

North American flour mills and bakeries are rushing to boost production as the spread of the new coronavirus leads to stockpiling of staples like bread and pasta.

Barton Springs Mill is Leading a Texas Grain Renaissance

August 13, 2019 Texas Monthly

The Hill Country’s first new mill in more than a century, Barton Springs opened in 2017 in a five-thousand-square-foot building on Frog Pond Lane, in Dripping Springs.

K-State To Offer Buhler Flour Milling Courses

January 24, 2019 Kansas State University

In conjunction with Buhler Inc. of Minneapolis, Minnesota., K-State’s Department of Grain Science and Industry and the IGP Institute is offering several milling courses in the IGP Executive Conference Center and the Hal Ross Flour Mill on the K- State campus in Manhattan, Kansas.