What Artisan Flour Do You Use?

Updated: May 7

The flour you choose to bake with dramatically impacts the flavour and outcome of your bakes. We would love to introduce you to some of our favourite flour mills, and we would love to hear more about the flour you enjoy baking with, tell us by tagging us in your Instagram posts using #mybakerysolutions or send us a direct message.


Worsbrough Mill


Worsbrough Mill

In their 17th century watermill, Worsbrough Mill produces organic stoneground flour using traditional methods.

‘Using French Burr millstones driven by water power, we mill a range of premium quality grains sourced from organic farms in England to produce our flours. The grain we use is grown to Soil Association standards, meaning that we can trace each batch of flour produced back to the field it came from.’

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The Little Mill Co


The Little Mill Co

For hundreds of years The Little Mill Co’s ancestors have been milling locally grown wheat, on the banks of the River Nore near Kilkenny. The Little Mill Wholemeal flour was the first flour in the range and still remains one of the Mill’ most popular and as with all their products, the philosophy behind this flour and everything they do is simply, ‘nothing added, nothing taken away’.

‘Today, virtually all our wheat comes from one of three farms, none of them further than 20km from our mill and the grain is milled in the same traditional way that our forebears did. The result is flour that has a wonderfully unique flavour and that contains no additives or preservatives.’

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Gilchesters Organics Flour


Gilchesters Organics Flour

On the site of a Roman fort Gilchesters work with nature growing and milling their heritage grains alongside herds of rare-breed cattle to combine a balance between farming and wildlife conservation.


‘Our choice of heritage wheat grains as well as our rye, spelt and even older Emmer and Einkorn cereals is the result of painstaking research into organic crop husbandry on our farm over the last ten years. Our organic farming methods allow us to produce the food people want in harmony with our surroundings.’

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Charlecote Mill


Charlecote Mill

Charlecote Mill is a commercial mill that was built in 1752. It's a beautiful and unspoilt example of a traditionally run mill.


‘At Charlecote Mill, we care about the environment and we care about how far our food travels. We also believe in supporting local farms wherever possible hence why we source our wheat locally. All the farmers we work with have supplied the mill for over 30 years and grow the wheat using some of the most ethical means possible. If you could stand on the roof of the mill (not recommended) you would be able to see every field where our grain is grown.’

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If you would like to speak with a member of our team about baking equipment suitable for use with artisan flours please email info@bakerysolutions.com or call a member of our team on 0800 083 5639.