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Bobs Red Mill - High Quality Whole-Grain Foods

Bob's Red Mill is the Nation's leading miller of diverse whole-grain foods. Not only is their range of natural, certified organic, and Gluten Free milled grain products made on 100-year-old mills, most of the Bob's brand is naturally casein and Dairy Free too!

Is Bob's Red Mill a good company?

They are committed to providing the very best in gluten free flours, Baking mixes and grains for those on gluten free diets. They are not interested in 'food trends', in fact Bob's philosophy is to keep providing whole grain foods that have endured the test of time. Today, they are just as committed to bringing you the very best quality products as they were when they first went into business.

Who owns Bob's Red Mill?

Bob's Red Mill is an American brand of whole-grain foods marketed by employee-owned American company Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods.  

Where is Bob's Red mill company located?

Bob's Red Mill is located Milwaukee, Oregon, U.S.A.

Is Bob's Red Mill Tapioca Flour & tapioca starch the same product?

Yes! Bobs Red Mill Gluten Free Tapioca Flour 500g, also known as tapioca starch, is made from the starch of the cassava root.

What is the difference between Bob's Red Mill Oats, Scottish Oats & Bob's Red Mill Steel Cut Oats?

Bob's Red Mill offer cut oats and rolled oats. The rolled oats are made by stabilising the whole oat groats, followed by steaming and rolling the oats to the desired thickness. This method is used for quick, regular and thick rolled oats. The cut oats Bob offers are steel cut and Scottish oatmeal, which are made from the stabilised oat groat that is then cut. Bobs Red Mill Steel Cut Oats 680g are cut into large pieces which produces a chewier texture oatmeal. The Scottish oatmeal is actually stone ground on mills to produce a nice, creamy porridge.