December 6, 2021

NGFA, NAMA Announce Food Safety Initiative with Railinc

The National Grain and Feed Association and the North American Millers’ Association announced the availability of a new resource that gives shippers greater visibility into the recent commodities carried by covered hopper cars.

Continue Reading
November 3, 2021

NAMA Submits Comments to USDA On Climate-Smart Agriculture, Buy American

This week, the North American Millers' Association submitted public comments to the U.S. Department of Agriculture on two different topics of importance to the milling industry: the Climate-Smart Agriculture and Forestry Partnership Program and Request for Information: Buy American in the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program.

Continue Reading
November 1, 2021

USDA Flour Milling Products Report

Every quarter the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) produces a report on flour milling products. The report details quarterly usage of wheat and rye for flour, production of flour, whole wheat flour, and millfeed, and 24-hour milling capacity by region and the U.S.

Continue Reading
October 12, 2021

Milling Industry Reconnects at NAMA Annual Meeting, Plans For Future

More than 100 milling industry leaders and their guests gathered for three days of education and networking during the 2021 North American Millers’ Association Annual Meeting, which ended Saturday.

Continue Reading
September 3, 2021

Top 10 Markets for U.S. Milled Products Exports: Continued Growth

USDA's June 2021 data indicates continued growth of U.S. agricultural exports for milled products compared to the same period last year. The chart below shows the overall exports and top 10 export destinations during January - June for both 2020 and 2021. 

Continue Reading
July 23, 2021

Registration is Now Open for Corn Dry Milling Conference and NAMA Annual Meeting

“If you’re involved in the corn milling value chain, you don’t want to miss out on the insights that will be shared at this year’s Corn Dry Milling Conference. By going virtual, we hope to make it easier for first-time attendees to join in,” said NAMA President Jane DeMarchi. “And after two years apart, we’re thrilled to reconnect with NAMA milling and associate members in person for the NAMA Annual Meeting this fall in Florida. This event offers unparalleled networking and educational sessions for milling executives.”

Continue Reading

Media Contact

media contact

Sarah Hubbart

Communications Consultant