A Quality Gluten Free Milling Partner You Can Depend on Now and In the Future

COVID-19 shined a spotlight on the labor gap that continues to grow in agriculture, food production and manufacturing. At the 2020 Kansas Ag Growth Summit, presenters “identified a critical need for an agricultural workforce able and willing to meet the skilled labor demand.”  “Flour millers globally saw a rapid increase in demand as quarantine and […]

Sunflower Flour: An Affordable, Allergen-free Alternative to Almond Flour

Over the past few years, almond products have gone mainstream. Almond milk is a staple at coffeeshops country-wide, and almond flour has become popular in gluten-free and grain-free cooking and baking, leading bakeries and food manufacturers to rely heavily on it for these applications. But there are two major downsides to almond flour – its […]

Leveraging the Impact of Color in Food Products

Choosing a diet with a variety of color is a simple and effective way to ensure you receive quality and diverse nutrition in each meal. Many nutritionists and functional foods experts believe including naturally pigmented foods across different color categories is actually preferred to counting the number of vegetables, fruits, grains, seeds or other healthy […]

Connecting During COVID-19

Our team knows it is has been difficult to connect in person over the past six weeks and that will continue when it comes to trade shows and conferences. For those that were planning on attending Natural Product Expo West, New Hope is including additional material on the ingredients and applications you would have seen […]

It Starts at the Bottom: How Pizza Crusts Can Evolve to Feature Better Nutrition

Last year, Chris Krenzel of Firebird Artisan Mills reached out to Paul Mehl, founder of Mehl’s Gluten Free Bakery, a wholesale and retail bakery in Fargo, North Dakota. Krenzel was working with the Firebird sales, product development and marketing teams to assess how pizza crusts could be upgraded in taste and nutritive value while remaining […]