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Independent Milling Company Reverses Industry Consolidation Trend

July 20, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A 20-year veteran of the flour milling industry has launched a milling company in Farmington, New Mexico, in a facility built in 2012 and previously run by the Navajo Agricultural Products Industry. CEO Bryan Ledgerwood calls the new company a “rare opportunity to operate an independent mill” at a time of massive consolidation of the industry. The New Mexico Milling plant, which will begin operations next month, is equipped with machinery capable of producing 2-, 5-, 10-, 25-, and 50-pound packaged products along with bulk vessels. Ledgerwood says the plant will offer specialized blending to produce custom varieties of bread, pancake and tortilla mixes.
"Announcing the launch of a new flour milling company led by industry executive Bryan Ledgerwood", News release, New Mexico Milling, July 20, 2016, © New Mexico Milling
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