Bay State Milling Breaks Ground on Tech Center

June 21, 2011
The Rothwell GrainEssentials Center expected to open in September.

Bay State Milling Co. has broken ground on a 4,000-sq.-ft. innovation center at its corporate headquarters in Quincy, Mass., and anticipates a grand opening in September. The Rothwell GrainEssentials Center is dedicated to Bernard Rothwell II, president of the company 1959-1987. According to the company, the building is “designed to be an environment that stimulates creative design and delivery of grain-based foods using Bay State Milling’s value-added flours and grain blends with a strong focus on health and wellness.” The facility will include small scale commercial grade equipment for producing almost any grain-based food, including bread items, pizza, pancakes, breadings, tortillas and more.

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