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    • Specification and Characteristic of Flour
Introduction to Flour
Flour is a powder made by grinding raw grains or roots and used to make many different foods. Cereal flour is the main ingredient of bread, which is a staple food for many cultures, making the availability of adequate supplies of flour a major economic and political issue at various times throughout history. Wheat flour is one of the most important ingredients in Oceanic, European, South American, North American, Middle Eastern, North Indian and North African cultures, and is the defining ingredient in their styles of breads and pastries.
  Today the range of flours available is wider than ever before. Here are some of the flour we can supply.
  • Retail Packing Wheat Flour
  • Below are range of quality flours we can Supply
    • Flour Type 400,
    • Flour Type  500
    • Flour Type  650
    • Flour Type 850
    • semolina Flour Type 400
    • whole wheat flours.
  • Today the range of flours available is wider than ever before. We can also supply many different types of flour.

Other Types of flour

  • Today the range of flours available is wider than ever before. Here are the main types of flour:
  • types of flour Wholemeal – This is made from the whole wheat grain with nothing added or taken away.
  • Brown – This usually contains about 85% of the original grain. Some bran and germ have been removed.
  • White – This usually contains around 75% of the wheat grain. Most of the bran and wheatgerm have been removed during the milling process.
  • Wheatgerm – This can be white or brown flour with at least 10% added wheatgerm.
  • Malted wheatgrain – This is brown or wholemeal flour with added malted grains.
  • Stoneground – This is wholemeal flour ground in a traditional way between two stones.
  • Organic –This is made from grain that has been grown to organic standards. Growers and millers must be registered and are subject to regular inspections.
  •  If you fancy experimenting, other less common wheat flours include the following:
  • Einkorn – an ancient variety of wheat
  • Kamut Khorasan – another ancient form of wheat
  • You can also get flours which are not made from wheat, some of the more unusual types include flour made from coconut, potato, peas and chickpeas. Other grains such as rye, oats and spelt are often used..