We process 47 million t of wheat, rye & oats each year to produce high-quality flours


Flour safety and quality have reached a very high standard in Europe. Ensuring this level remains high, is a constant challenge for our industry.

The milling industry is the largest single food user of domestic wheat, rye and oats. More information →

Indicating the origin of wheat could be misleading although true by suggesting that the flour or flour-based products possess ‘qualities’ or special characteristics, when all similar products possess such ‘qualities’ or characteristics
Jan Cordesmeyer, Vice-President
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Most millers are now operating in a very competitive global landscape, where it is important to understand markets’ functioning and assess prospects. Helping millers to spot future trends & developments to inform daily business decisions is crucial
Gary Sharkey, President
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A market-oriented CAP is key to a competitive European milling sector. Moreover, our market must not be further opened to the wheat flour from 3rd countries that support their milling sector with trade-distorting subsidies
Kristof Dossche, Vice-President
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