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Winona Patent Flour (Unbleached, Unbromated)

Winona Patent Flour (Unbleached, Unbromated)

by Bay State Milling

Regular price $33.64 Sale

Winona Patent Flour is a premium quality flour milled from hard wheat. Winona Patent flour is flour made from the center endosperm of the wheat kernel, meaning it's of a higher quality and lower ash content than standard bread flour. Excellent fermentation, mixing, and machine tolerance. Very strong flour with considerable carrying power. Perfect for pan bread, buns, rolls, hearth bread, Italian bread, and pizza crust. Our Winona patent four is available in bulk or wholesale.


Winona Patent Flour Packaging: 50 lb Bag

Winona Patent Flour Pallet: 50 - 50 lb Bags

Shelf Life: Product should be used within six months.

Allergen Information: Contains Wheat

Country of Origin:


Item Number: D-0526



Our Core Purpose is to provide food ingredients to promote the growth of healthful and affordable food choices for the consumer.

Bay State Milling is a family-owned company with a strategic intent to support the growth of the next generation of grain-based foods in North America by providing the leading array of plant-based ingredients. Since 1899, we have proudly provided exceptional quality flour and grain products, and we continue to build on our legacy as we bring new supply chains and technologies into our realm of capabilities.


We recognize that the universe of grain-based foods is constantly changing and responding to consumers' desire for variety, healthfulness, great taste, and affordability in their food choices. We are not afraid of change; in fact, we believe that change cultivates opportunity. Our goal is to stay a step ahead of our customer's needs, while always maintaining the trust they have placed in us for generations. We are committed to maintaining our Core Values of INTEGRITY, RESPECT, QUALITY, SERVICE, CREATIVITY, and TEAMWORK in pursuit of achieving this goal.

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