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About Us

Grain Craft is the largest independent flour miller in the nation, offering you premium bulk and bagged flours for the baking, food service, tortilla and pizza industries. In total, we can efficiently serve you through 12 milling locations spread coast to coast. But far more important than Grain Craft’s production capacity is our unmatched capacity to serve your needs.

You can depend on Grain Craft to provide you with the personal attention you deserve because our goal isn’t simply to put a lot more flour at your service, it’s to provide a lot more service with your flour.

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We are dedicated to building long-term customer relationships by continuously improving our responsiveness, flexibility and manufacturing excellence. We aim to exceed our customers’ expectations for quality, service and value. Our commitment is to ensure your success. Let us be part of your story.

Growing Our Future

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Upstream Innovation®

Grain Craft is committed to supporting and driving the long-term improvement of wheat quality, flour quality, flour consistency and ongoing exploration of innovation opportunities  We work together with growers to promote the use of wheat varieties that result in dependable baking qualities and a focus on stewardship and progressive agronomic practices.

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Wheat Quality

Throughout the years, we have prioritized wheat quality improvement and we continue to promote the benefits of preferred varieties to our growers.  The Grain Craft Preferred Variety Program includes varieties that have been thoroughly tested and selected based on key milling and baking characteristics.  Each of these varieties has shown successful yield and end-use performance.

Food Safety

Food safety is paramount in our daily processes. We have developed and implemented HACCP-based food safety plans and procedures at each of our milling facilities to ensure compliance with Global Food Safety Initiatives (GFSI) and the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). Our mills are also SQF certified.

Grain Craft Network

By cultivating a network of partners across the supply chain, from wheat research to farming and production partners, we are able to keep up with the latest sustainable practices and innovations, as well as ensure the continued strength of the wheat industry as a whole.

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University Research Programs

We support and fund research at universities to discover impacts to quality and help identify potential solutions.

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Baking Partners

Baking partners and organizations are critical to understand flour performance needs and for us to be a resource in troubleshooting and product development. We work together to continue the love of wheat-based products.

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Wheat Partners

We collaborate with all major wheat-breeding programs and provide feedback on the milling and baking quality of potential new releases.

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State Commissions & Producer Groups

Our frequent interaction with wheat commissions, growers and extension experts allows us to collaborate on initiatives and research for long-term quality and yield improvement, new crop evaluations and soil health management.


We brought together three respected companies with rich milling histories under the Grain Craft name. While our locations are coast to coast, our shared values and rich history are the foundations of Grain Craft.


Formation of Milner
Milling in Barnesville, GA


Kerr Pacific Corp. and Milner Milling form Joint Venture


Pendleton Flour Mills
acquires Fisher Mills, Inc.


Built Birmingham, AL  mill.


Began operating Rome, GA mill


Acquires Cereal Food Processors and Milner Milling, Pendleton Flour Mills and Cereal Food Processors rebranded as Grain Craft.


Completed project at Ogden with added loadout bins, improved elevator automation and increased wheat truck unloading capacity.


Completed project at McPherson with warehouse expansion, robotic packing line and high-speed wheat unloading facility.


Opened new GCIQ Lab at the Wheat Innovation Center in Manhattan, KS


Acquired by Redwood
Holdings, Inc.


Completed Elevator addition at Blackfoot, ID mill – 13 grain bins and two receiving pits.

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Our Sustainability Commitment

From partnering with growers and wheat researchers to advance sustainable wheat farming practices to enhance our own milling operations, transportation and packaging, our sustainability commitment is driven by a focus on the future. And to us, there is no finish line.


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