Bay State Milling Co

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Bay State Milling Co
Bay State Milling Co is listed in the Grocers category in Mooresville, North Carolina. Displayed below are the social networks for Bay State Milling Co which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Bay State Milling Co on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 96.

Contact information for Bay State Milling Co is:
448 N Main St
Mooresville, NC 28115
(704) 664-4873
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We're very excited to share this photo of former Bay State Milling Company President and CEO Norman Kautz wearing a sport coat made from Golden Tiger flour bags. Norman started working at Bay State in 1962 and served as President and CEO from 1973-1979. A big thank you to Norman's son Peter for sharing this photo.

Who is joining us in Chicago for American Society of Baking BakingTech 2017? Come see us next week at booth #702.
ASB BakingTech 2017 “Diversity- It's all in the Mix” will take place February 26 to 28 in Chicago. Bay State Milling will exhibit at Booth #702.


We're refreshing our #sourdough starters. Meet us in the kitchen. bit.ly/2kyo4rX

Ever wondered how bakers maintain their sourdough starter? Jay Freedman takes us into the Rothwell GrainEssentials Center and shows us how it's done.
By: Adam Roberts, Market Research Analyst Jay Freedman has made a lot of sourdough bread in his life, going back four decades to Kaufman’s Bakery, his family business in Buffalo, New York. Back then, Jay would use their rye sour at 2 or 3 in the morning to make rye bread for the day. They’d …


Considering its long list of health benefits and distinct flavor we ask, why not rye? bit.ly/2lIsm1Z

Give rye a try!
By: David Kovacic, Director of Technical Service Rye breads have always played second fiddle to wheat breads in America. This is not the case in many European countries where rye bread has been very popular for ages. The rye grain is extremely hardy, able to grow and thrive in some very harsh cli...

Food Dive asks if sorghum, which Bay State Milling Company sources from Kansas, is the next big thing.
It hits two growing consumer trends: demand for natural foods and interest in ancient grains.


The @GrainFoods Foundation is back at it again with a catchy tune about sandwiches. twitter.com/GrainFoods/sta…


Grain Elevators: An Essential Stop on the Road from Wheat to Flour bit.ly/2jrqE7q


Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth at #MARExpo. See you next year @MidAmResExpo