About Scotland The Bread

Scotland The Bread is a Member-owned Community Benefit Society

  • Growing, milling and selling organic, nutritious flour
  • Campaigning for a better, more biodiverse flour and bread supply
  • Researching and improving the nutrient profile of grain
  • Supporting citizen growers to produce their own flour

We are working towards a sustainable, fair supply of flour that better nourishes people and the planet. This revolution aims to improve the quality of a staple food for everyone: funded by our customers, members and supporters to provide flour for all.

Scotland The Bread began in 2012 as a project within Bread Matters. It brings together plant breeders, farmers, millers, bakers, nutritionists and citizens with the common purpose of producing nutritious grain, milling it close to home and using it to make wholesome, slowly-fermented bread that everyone can enjoy.

Find out more about our vision and aims, our story, our innovative research and our Soil to Slice citizen science programme.

Bread For Good Community Benefit Society Ltd (trading as Scotland The Bread) is registered with the Financial Conduct Authority under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014, registration number RS007315.

The Society encourages active participation by shareholders, be they farmers, millers, bakers, researchers or citizens who want to use improved grains and champion a healthier, fairer way to nourish ourselves with bread. Learn about becoming a member.

Download a PDF (4MB) document outlining the Rules of Bread for Good Community Benefit Society Ltd here.
Read the full business plan (563KB PDF opens in new window).