Bay State Milling
Bay State Milling's Bolingbrook, Illinois, U.S., and Woodland, California, U.S., milling facilities have received non-GMO project verification.
QUINCY, MASSACHUSETTS, U.S. — Two Bay State Milling Co. milling facilities, one in Woodland, California, U.S., and one in Bolingbrook, Illinois, U.S., have received non-GMO project verification. The approval allows the company to offer a collection of non-GMO project verified products, including conventional and organic flours as well as seeds, spices and ancient grains.

“Offering our customers the most scalable and flexible supply chains in the plant-based ingredient market for grain-based foods is foundational to our growth strategy,” said Peter Levangie, president and chief operating officer of Quincy, Massachusetts, U.S.-based Bay State Milling. “Growing consumer interest in food free from genetic modification is creating another opportunity for Bay State Milling to differentiate ourselves and support our customers. Accordingly, participating in this certification is a natural choice.”

The non-GMO project seal appears on more than 35,000 products in North America. The Non-GMO Project, Bellingham, Washington, U.S., is a non-profit organization committed to preserving and building the non-GMO food supply, educating consumers and providing verified non-GMO choices.