Wholegrain Milling Flour and Glyphosate

Wholegrain Milling Flour and Glyphosate

With the flour range from the Wholegrain Milling, please note that they have two major types: Sustainable and Organic.

Wholegrain Milling Sustainable Flour Range

Under the Certified Sustainable standard, chemical use on crops is highly regulated and are only used to improve the soil health. Glyphosate is an approved chemical under Certified Sustainable regulations. However, chemical testing is audited before, during and after the plants life cycle which must read a 0.0 chemical reading.


Wholegrain Milling Organic Flour Range

Certified Organic is a completely chemical free certification. No chemicals are used at any point.

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