Organic All-Purpose v Organic Plain Flour

Organic All-Purpose v Organic Plain Flour

What is the difference between your All-Purpose Flour and Plain White Flour?

In short, nothing. Both our flours are premium, un-bleached, chemical-free, non-GMO flours sourced from the same supplier in Australia, using the exact same milling process.

 So why the different names?

 Many people search for recipes online these days. Flour is either listed as all-purpose flour or plain flour, depending on the recipe country of origin, hence the two different name labels.

 What ingredients are in our All-Purpose and Plain White Flour?

Just 100% organic Australian wheat grain, rolled milled for your goodness.



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