General Mills Flour

General Mills Flour Products

Use General Mills Flour Products to Make High-Quality Baked Goods

In 1866, Cadwallader Washburn built the largest flour mill west of New York on the St. Anthony Falls in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Washburn’s mill was destroyed by a fire in 1878, leading him to develop safety measures that revolutionized the milling process. His predecessor James Ford Bell expanded the flour company, and General Mills flour products were born in 1928. Read more

A recognized General Mills brand, Gold Medal flour got its name when the company entered several grades of flour into the First International Miller’s Exhibition in 1880. Their highest quality flour won the gold and was branded Gold Medal flour. One of their most well-known products, Gold Medal flour is the perfect staple item for commercial bakeries because it can be used to make a variety of baked goods.

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