Scotland the Bread

A collaborative project to grow better grain and bake better bread with the common purposes of nourishment, sustainability and food sovereignty.

Scotland the Bread is a Member-owned community benefit society:

  • Growing, milling and selling organic, nutritious flour
  • Campaigning for a better, more biodiverse flour and bread supply
  • Researching and improving the nutrient profile of grain
  • Supporting citizen growers to produce their own flour

We are working towards a sustainable, fair supply of flour that better nourishes people and the planet. This revolution aims to improve the quality of a staple food for everyone: funded by our customers, members and supporters to provide flour for all.


Scotland The Bread’s organic heritage wheat and rye grain is milled in small batches on a UK-unique Zentrofan mill in Unit 8, Bowhouse. This cyclone mill processes our whole grains into cool, ultra-fine wholemeal flour, while preserving their higher-than-ordinary nutrient levels. Grown on Balcaskie Estate, their traditional grains have been meticulously researched and chosen for their suitability for the Scottish growing conditions and climate, their biodiversity, their considerably higher levels of vitamins and minerals than conventional grains, and their exceptional flavour.




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