Hayden Flour Mills is just another example of how American business is rebuilding not only America but the world as well.
By developing products that are innovative, like the use of seriously ancient wheat which has the potential to end world hunger and famine.
Flour mills are an industrial cornerstone of our nation’s history, watch the video to find out how that’s still true, even today.
Those Grains Are How Old?!
Hayden Flour Mills is growing a 6000 year old wheat that took a whopping 17 years to grow to a producible amount.
Land-raised grains that are kept close to their point of origin have an amazing genetic ability to adapt to any condition they’re put in.
The beauty of what the folks at Hayden Flours Mills are doing is that their wheat can be grown in arid, dry conditions, requiring less water and fertilizer, making then easier and cheaper to grow all around the world.
Ending famine across the globe could be possible thanks to the innovation of an America company in an industry that has truly built America.