Iowa's Premier Flour Mill and Producer #2weeksunprocessed

Sometimes, when I discover a new Iowa gem, I am disappointed in myself. Disappointed that I didn't know about their business, product, or service sooner! When talking with Ben from New Pioneer Food Co-op about this unprocessed eating challenge, he said one product I absolutely had to try was Early Morning Harvest's GMO free, organic, Whole Wheat Flour.


Why? The flour is milled right here in Iowa; a short drive from our home, in fact. Also, their whole wheat flour has exactly one ingredient: 100% organic whole wheat. No preservatives. No additives. Nothing but ground wheat, baby. 

Early Morning Harvest is a small-family farm raising vegetables in an aquaponics greenhouse, as well as; pastured poultry for egg production; and flours made from certified organic cereal grains (wheat, rye, buckwheat, and corn meal) raised on our farm. We take pride in the fact that no synthetic chemicals are used on our farm. Our highest priority is caring for our land and animals so that the food we grow and offer to our community is fresh and healthy.

Early Morning Harvest farm is clearly more than just flour, which I love. I was blown away after checking out all of their products and prices. This stuff is affordable, guys!


THIS is what eating unprocessed is all about - just because I'm not milling my own flour, doesn't mean I can't use flour. I thought sourcing a flour producer in Iowa was impossible. Turns out I wasn't looking hard enough.

If you want to read more about Early Morning Harvest, you can check out their website or The Catalyst's write-up by clicking here. If you live in Iowa, go here to see if EMH farm products are in a store near you

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2 comments:

  1. I had no clue about the flour being made here in Iowa. Great find!

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  2. Nice job.You guys are doing really awesome work.Making flour is really tough and hard working.Hope you guys will make it more better.Thanks for sharing

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