Scottish Flour and Grain
Our Balcaskie Landrace flour is milled from a blend of winter and spring wheats including the original three Scottish varieties rescued from gene banks by us in 2013 with additions of Scandinavian evolutionary mixtures chosen for their genetic diversity, nutrient density, breadmaking quality and flavour. By resowing these ‘populations’ each year we hope to harness the adaptive power of natural selection in the Fife landscape.
Read more about how our long-strawed Scottish wheats were rescued, and the work involved in bringing better flour to the people.
Order online, or see if we supply a stockist or artisan bakery near you.
Price Increase July 1st 2022
For the first time since we started six years ago, we’re putting our prices up, mainly to ensure that we hold to our founding food justice principle that everyone in a healthy food system should be fairly paid (or charged). Read more about why we aren’t just following the commodity grain market pack here.
We’re determined that higher prices don’t frustrate our ‘right to food’ commitment – to get more of our grain and flour to where it can have immediate impact on health and wellbeing, especially in communities facing multiple disadvantages. So we’re enlarging our ‘Solidarity Bag’ initiative where people can chip in to help others access the benefits of better flour and bread.