Due to increased flour demand from the northern California area, Horizon Milling announced plans to expand its flour mill in Stockton, Calif. beginning in April. The company will add new equipment to the mill's existing footprint and increase wheat flour capacity from 11,000 cwt per day to 15,000 cwt per day.
“We are expanding to fulfill increased customer demand in the northern California area,” said Guy Shoemaker, president, Horizon Milling. “As our customers businesses grow, we want to continue to grow with them and contribute to their success.”
Horizon Milling's Stockton facility, built by Cargill in 1992, produces wheat flour in bag and bulk.