KANSAS State University researchers have developed a new testing method to help millers assure wheat flour purity that will meet baking industry standards and consumer expectations.
The test introduces sophisticated molecular methods that focus on high endosperm purity in flour extracted from wheat kernels.
"We are helping the miller by measuring the endosperm purity for flour streams coming from each stage of the milling pr
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