At Meneba grains end up as many different flours
Processing a grain kernel into its basic
forms is simple: grind it, separate the inside and outside and you have flour
and bran. However, Meneba in The Netherlands has developed this process to its
limits and can now offer their clients numerous types of flours and just as
many variations in bran, shorts and middlings.
This article can also be found at Feed Tech, volume 10, no. 3
Keywords: Cereals, processing grains, bran, shorts,
middlings, grinding, grain kernel, milling, pressure cooking
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