WICHITA MILL

Located in Kansas and built in 1906, our Wichita facility is the fourth largest mill in the United States. This is the only facility in the United States to produce aleurone commercially. Wheat aleurone flour is sold widely as a major ingredient of bread and pasta. One of the most notable features of this product is the high level of folate that's present, which has a whole host of health benefits.

Wichita Mill
715 E 13th St.
Wichita, KS 67214


NUMBER OF TEAM MEMBERS:

70+

WHAT WICHITA MAKES:

Wichita makes many different blends of flour that get used for various finished goods, including bread, buns, rolls, pizza, cookies, crackers, tortillas and many other tasty snacks. Our mill has a daily capacity of 2.8 million lbs of flour.

WHERE DOES WICHITA GET ITS WHEAT?

The Ardent Mills Wichita Facility receives locally and regionally grown hard winter wheat from many states, including Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska and Oklahoma. Wheat is received from rail cars and trucks. The Wichita mill brings top-quality wheat to the Midwestern and southern regions of the United States.

GIVING BACK

The Ardent Mills Wichita team is active in the community and often partners with the local food bank.



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