If you know of any other baking products made in Canada please forward the information so I can add them to the site.
Miller’s Pride flour is milled from 100% Canadian, non-GMO wheat. Just like the flour produced in community gristmills years ago, Miller’s Pride flour contains no preservatives or bleaching agents.
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|These fresh and home made products are sold at the local farmers markets. 90% of P&H product ingredients are grown on the farm or locally sourced on Manitoulin Island in Northern Ontario.|
|For more than 150 years, Richardson has been the first name in Canadian agriculture because we are truly invested in everything we do. As Canada’s largest agribusiness, our commitment to our industry and our people is how we set ourselves apart.|
|Rogers Foods has been proudly milling quality flour and cereal products from Canadian grain in Chilliwack, and Armstrong, BC for over 60 years.|
|Prairie Flour Mills Ltd. traces its roots to a group of Manitoba farmers seeking new markets for their wheat. Today, the company operates a state-of-the-art flour milling operation in the heart of western red spring country near Winnipeg, Manitoba.|
|A privately held Canadian company, founded at the end of the 19th century, specializing in the development, production, and marketing of yeasts and bacteria.|
|The site of Brant Flour Mills was first active in the early 1800’s. The original mill building was located alongside McKenzie Creek. A dam was established which created a large mill pond. The dammed water allowed a horizontal water wheel to be turned which then drove the milling process.|