Milling Journal Milling Journal Online http://www.millingjournal.com Bay State Milling Company Earns Non-GMO Project Verification Thu, 30 Jun 2016 09:08:47 EDT http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/Bay_State_Milling_Company_Earns_Non_GMO_Project_Verification-159834.html http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/Bay_State_Milling_Company_Earns_Non_GMO_Project_Verification-159834.html Quincy, MA - Bay State Milling Company, a leading provider of exceptional flour and plant-based ingredients, has received Non-GMO Project Verification at two of its milling facilities—Woodland, CA and Bolingbrook, IL. Bay State Milling Company now offers an extensive collection of Non-GMO Project Verified products including conventional and organic flours as well as seeds, spices and ancient grains—both whole and ground. For the complete list of verified products, visit nongmoproject.org. Non-GMO Project Verified, a trusted seal that indicates best practices for GMO avoidance are used, is currently carried by 35,000 products in North America. “Offering our customers the most scalable and flexible supply 2016 Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports: Day 17 Thu, 30 Jun 2016 08:05:43 EDT http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/2016_Kansas_Wheat_Harvest_Reports__Day_17-159825.html http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/2016_Kansas_Wheat_Harvest_Reports__Day_17-159825.html This is day 17 of the Kansas Wheat Harvest Report, brought to you by the Kansas Wheat Commission, Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and the Kansas Grain and Feed Association. Southwest Kansas received rain and storms overnight, ranging from 40 to 60 hundredths of precipitation, which kept combines out of the fields until early afternoon on Wednesday. With windy conditions and temperatures in the low to mid nineties, the wheat dried out quickly and farmers were anxious to get rolling on Wednesday. David and Lisa Schemm who farm in Wallace and Logan Counties, reported that they are about 40% done with AIB International Releases 2017 Consolidated Standards For Inspection of Prerequisite and Food Safety Programs Wed, 29 Jun 2016 14:03:12 EDT http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/AIB_International_Releases_2017_Consolidated_Standards_For_Inspection_of_Prerequisite_and_Food_Safety_Programs-159821.html http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/AIB_International_Releases_2017_Consolidated_Standards_For_Inspection_of_Prerequisite_and_Food_Safety_Programs-159821.html Manhattan, KS - The 2017 version of AIB International’s Consolidated Standards for Inspection of Prerequisite and Food Safety Programs was released today. The new, which will be implemented January 1, 2017, are more focused, current, and easier for food companies to use. AIB’s globally-recognized standards for inspection are key requirements that facilities must meet to prove their products are wholesome and safe and are used as a guide for the company’s GMP Inspection, FS 360, and Inspection Only services. “Our Consolidated Standards for Inspection allow your food safety programs to reach their highest potential,” said Stephanie Lopez, AIB’s Vice President for Food AIB International Releases 2017 Consolidated Standards For Inspection of Prerequisite and Food Safety Programs Wed, 29 Jun 2016 14:03:12 EDT http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/AIB_International_Releases_2017_Consolidated_Standards_For_Inspection_of_Prerequisite_and_Food_Safety_Programs-159821.html http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/AIB_International_Releases_2017_Consolidated_Standards_For_Inspection_of_Prerequisite_and_Food_Safety_Programs-159821.html Manhattan, KS - The 2017 version of AIB International’s Consolidated Standards for Inspection of Prerequisite and Food Safety Programs was released today. The new, which will be implemented January 1, 2017, are more focused, current, and easier for food companies to use. AIB’s globally-recognized standards for inspection are key requirements that facilities must meet to prove their products are wholesome and safe and are used as a guide for the company’s GMP Inspection, FS 360, and Inspection Only services. “Our Consolidated Standards for Inspection allow your food safety programs to reach their highest potential,” said Stephanie Lopez, AIB’s Vice President for Food 2016 Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports: Day 16 Wed, 29 Jun 2016 08:10:54 EDT http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/2016_Kansas_Wheat_Harvest_Reports__Day_16-159791.html http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/2016_Kansas_Wheat_Harvest_Reports__Day_16-159791.html This is day 16 of the Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports, brought to you by the Kansas Wheat Commission, Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and the Kansas Grain and Feed Association. Jay Armstrong, an Atchison County farmer, reported that wheat harvest has wrapped up in his area within the last five days. Armstrong said that his fields averaged about 60 bushels an acre with a test weight range of 60-62 pounds per bushel. He said that this year's yields weren't quite as strong as the previous two years, with 2015 averaging 70 bushels an acre and the previous year averaging 65. Armstrong Drs. Andrade, Mwanga, Low, and Bouis Honored as 2016 World Food Prize Laureates Tue, 28 Jun 2016 15:00:59 EDT http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/Drs__Andrade__Mwanga__Low__and_Bouis_Honored_as_2016_World_Food_Prize_Laureates-159786.html http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/Drs__Andrade__Mwanga__Low__and_Bouis_Honored_as_2016_World_Food_Prize_Laureates-159786.html Washington, D.C. - June 28, 2016 - Drs. Maria Andrade, Robert Mwanga, Jan Low and Howarth Bouis were announced today as the 2016 World Food Prize Laureates during a ceremony at the U.S. State Department. USAID Administrator Gayle Smith gave keynote remarks and applauded the selection. “These four extraordinary World Food Prize Laureates have proven that science matters, and that when matched with dedication, it can change people’s lives,” said Administrator Gayle Smith. “USAID and our Feed the Future partners are proud to join with renowned research organizations to support critical advances in global food security and nutrition.” The World Food Prize is K-State University and Buhler, Inc. Hosted Executive Milling Course ... June 13-17 ... Manhattan, KS Tue, 28 Jun 2016 08:42:23 EDT http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/K_State_University_and_Buhler__Inc__Hosted_Executive_Milling_Course_____June_13_17_____Manhattan__KS-159767.html http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/K_State_University_and_Buhler__Inc__Hosted_Executive_Milling_Course_____June_13_17_____Manhattan__KS-159767.html Manhattan, KS - Participants from nationwide corporations, small 200-year-old mills, and international milling industries traveled alike to the IGP Institute Conference Center June 13-17, 2016 to attend the Buhler-KSU Executive Milling course. Buhler, Inc., and IGP Institute professionals taught 16 industry personnel a variety of milling techniques through classroom lectures and hands-on demonstrations. Topics covered during the course included in-depth analysis of flow sheet diagrams and the milling process, which included optimum machine adjustment and mill handling. Exercises in the KSU Hal Ross Flour Mill gave participants an opportunity to see the lectures applied firsthand. Tempering of wheat, comparison of special K-State University and Buhler, Inc. Hosted Executive Milling Course ... June 13-17 ... Manhattan, KS Tue, 28 Jun 2016 08:42:23 EDT http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/K_State_University_and_Buhler__Inc__Hosted_Executive_Milling_Course_____June_13_17_____Manhattan__KS-159767.html http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/K_State_University_and_Buhler__Inc__Hosted_Executive_Milling_Course_____June_13_17_____Manhattan__KS-159767.html Manhattan, KS - Participants from nationwide corporations, small 200-year-old mills, and international milling industries traveled alike to the IGP Institute Conference Center June 13-17, 2016 to attend the Buhler-KSU Executive Milling course. Buhler, Inc., and IGP Institute professionals taught 16 industry personnel a variety of milling techniques through classroom lectures and hands-on demonstrations. Topics covered during the course included in-depth analysis of flow sheet diagrams and the milling process, which included optimum machine adjustment and mill handling. Exercises in the KSU Hal Ross Flour Mill gave participants an opportunity to see the lectures applied firsthand. Tempering of wheat, comparison of special 2016 Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports: Day 15 Tue, 28 Jun 2016 08:24:44 EDT http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/2016_Kansas_Wheat_Harvest_Reports__Day_15-159763.html http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/2016_Kansas_Wheat_Harvest_Reports__Day_15-159763.html This is day 15 of the Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports, brought to you by the Kansas Wheat Commission, Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and the Kansas Grain and Feed Association. Kansas saw temperatures that were six to eight degrees above normal last week, according to the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service. Rainfall amounts of one inch or more were reported in southern and central counties, with lesser amounts in the northeast and northwest. The Wheat State saw 58 percent harvest completion at the end of last week, a statistic that was well ahead of the 37 percent seen at this 2016 Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports: Day 14 Mon, 27 Jun 2016 08:03:33 EDT http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/2016_Kansas_Wheat_Harvest_Reports__Day_14-159722.html http://www.seedtoday.com/articles/2016_Kansas_Wheat_Harvest_Reports__Day_14-159722.html This is day 14 of the Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports, brought to you by the Kansas Wheat Commission, Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and the Kansas Grain and Feed Association. Rain seemed to be the theme nearly statewide over the weekend as combines came to a stop and other thirsty crops took a drink. #wheatharvest16 on Twitter shows an increasing number of Kansas farmers wrapping up their wheat harvest, while some farmers in northwest Kansas are chomping at the bit to get started. Melanie Eddy, a farmer from Syracuse, reported that her family's harvest has had a stuttering start with various rainfalls