Enrich Foods Showcases Flours, Grains At PLMA

The company is touting its flexibility in order size as it works with retailers to develop private brand opportunities.
Greg Sleter
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Great River Milling
Enrich Foods operates a 35,000 square foot Great River Milling co-packing facility.

Enrich Foods, LLC will be exhibiting at the 2023 PLMA Private Label Trade Show in Chicago showcasing its broad assortment that includes stone-milled flour and specialty and ancient grains.

The company, a consumer products and commercial supply subsidiary of Columbia Grain International, is an international supplier of commercial grains and pulse crops to the food industry. It has a 35,000 square foot Great River Milling co-packing facility to blend and package a wide range of products from stone-milled flour, specialty and ancient grains, beans and lentils, oats, and rice. 

“Our SQF-certified facility is designed with a controlled environment and allergen segregation so we can produce organic, gluten free, kosher and non-GMO products,” said Bill Germano, COO of Enrich Foods. "Many co-packers require large purchase orders which can be challenging for early-stage companies to meet. We offer flexibility and the ability to grow with our customers.”

According to the company, many of its products have been evaluated by the American Heart Association and approved for their Heart-Check certification. Private label customers receive the benefit of leveraging this certification on packaging.

Private label product available include:

Specialty Flours: Select from a range of products stone-milled from premium hard red spring wheat grown in the northern plains.

  • Organic Bread Flour and Blends
  • Organic All-Purpose Flour
  • Gluten-Free Almond Flour

Beans and Pulses: Tap into our stable commodity supply of premium beans and pulses.

  • Pulses include pinto beans, black beans, navy beans/great northerns, green lentils, split green peas and more.
  • Organic beans and pulses include French green lentils, red lentils, black beans, and more.

Specialty and Ancient Grains:

  • Quinoa, durum, chia, teff, spelt, einkorn
  • Breakfast cereal blends
  • Steel cut oats
  • Sustainably grown rice
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