Bay State Milling Company Earns Non-GMO Project Verification
Quincy, MA (June, 28, 2016)–Bay State Milling Company, a leading provider of exceptional flour and plant-based ingredients, has received Non-GMO Project Verification for ingredients produced at two of its facilities—Woodland, CA and Bolingbrook, IL.
Bay State Milling Company now offers an extensive collection of Non-GMO Project Verified products including conventional and organic flours as well as seeds, spices and ancient grains—both whole and ground. For the complete list of verified products, visit nongmoproject.org.
The trusted Non-GMO Project Verified seal indicates that the best practices for GMO avoidance are used and is currently carried by 35,000 products in North America.
“Offering our customers the most scalable and flexible supply chains in the plant-based ingredient market for grain-based foods is foundational to our growth strategy,” said Peter Levangie, President and COO of Bay State Milling Company. “Growing consumer interest in food made without genetic modification is creating another opportunity for Bay State Milling to differentiate ourselves and support our customers. Accordingly, participating in this certification is a natural choice.”
To learn more about Bay State Milling Company and their Non-GMO Project Verified products, visit nongmoproject.org or www.baystatemilling.com.
About Bay State Milling Company
Bay State Milling Company has proudly provided exceptional flour and plant-based ingredients since 1899. The Core Purpose of the Company is to provide food ingredients to promote the growth of healthful and affordable food choices for the consumer. Bay State Milling is committed to be a leading supplier of sustainable plant-based solutions for grain-based foods through investments in employees, unique supply chains, and specialized ingredient processing technology. Additionally, Bay State Milling is focused on seed varietal development through its wholly-owned subsidiary, 5th Generation Seed, LLC. For more information on the Company, visit www.baystatemilling.com or call 1-800-553-5687.
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