California remains as the largest wheat milling state by capacity. Our domestic market in California is significant and through key partnership, we can help our growers sell more California wheat (conventional and organic) to these mills.

The mills in California combined have a daily capacity of 124,302 cwts or 12,430,200 lbs/day. The mills listed below are strategically located to mill wheat for specific customers and products.

Some of our wheat growers, produce certified sustainable wheat, certified through the Food Alliance (https://foodalliance.org/).  We have grain handling and cleaning facilities that can help processing the wheat and deliver it to the mills which comply with similar guidelines. The mills work with many different bakeries, tortillas, and pasta manufacturers (just to mention a few). List of mills and their daily capacity by city:



Daily Flour Capacity (cwts)


#1 Ardent MillsColton                  11,500Hard
San Bernardino                  18,500Hard/Durum/Soft
Stockton                  15,000Hard
#2 Miller MillingOakland                  14,000Hard/WW
Fresno                    9,500Hard/Durum/WW/Organic
Commerce- LA                  14,000Hard/Soft
#3 Grain CraftLos Angeles                  14,800
ADMLos Angeles                  11,100
General MillsLos Angeles                  10,700
Bay State MillingWoodland                        752Hard/Durum/WW
Lacey MillingHanford                    2,000
Giusto’sS. San Francisco                    2,000Hard/Soft/WW
Sunnyland MillsFresno                        450Durum

This information was reported by the 2019 Grain & Milling Annual report, published by WORLD GRAIN Milling & Baking News.

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