Whole Wheat Flour

What is Whole Wheat Flour?

Whole wheat flour is a type of flour that is made by grinding whole wheat kernels.

Whole wheat flour contains all three parts of the wheat kernel. This makes it a more nutritious option compared to refined white flour. It is a good source of dietary fiber, vitamins (such as B vitamins), minerals (such as magnesium and iron), and antioxidants.

A combination of whole wheat and all-purpose flour may be needed to achieve a balance between nutrition and desired texture.

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Whole Wheat Flour Distributor & Supplier Information

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Information About Whole Wheat Flour

Whole wheat flour is found in breads, pastas, noodles, crackers, and more.

Whole wheat flour imparts a denser texture and nuttier flavor. It often requires alternations in moisture content, rising agents, and baking durations compared to its refined flours.

Composition: Entire wheat kernel – bran, germ and endosperm.

Texture: Whole wheat flour has a coarser texture because it retains the bran, which contains fiber.

Flavor: It has a nuttier and heartier flavor compared to white flour.

Appearance: Whole wheat flour has a darker color compared to white flour. It may have small, darker specks throughout, which are bits of bran.

About AIFI - A Whole Wheat Flour Supplier & Distributor

American International Foods, Inc. is a leading whole wheat flour supplier with an additional full service portfolio of over 2500 food and beverage ingredients. We offer one of the most extensive lines of flours distributed to manufacturers and processors in the food, beverage, pet food, health and nutrition sectors. With a strategic nationwide warehouse network and our reliable just-in-time deliveries, we can supply your business with high quality flours at competitive prices.