Flour milling structure changing

Flour milling structure changing

Three significant mergers and acquisitions drastically reshape flour milling landscape.

SEVERAL recent mergers in the U.S. flour milling industry and the impact of these mergers on wheat producers, flour buyers and the milling industry, in general, is the focus of a new report from the Rabobank Food & Agribusiness (FAR) Research & Advisory Group.

"The U.S. flour milling sector is typically pretty quiet, but in the last two years, we have had the largest structural change in the business ever," report author and FAR group grain

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