Organic Flours

Organic Sifted Wheat #50 Bread Flour

This Organic Sifted wheat bread flour is made with organic wheat. The flour is sifted in order to remove the bran, which makes it lighter. This product is greatly prized in bakeries. It will absorb a little bit more water than all-purpose flour.

Equivalent: T110

  • Écocert
  • Kosher Natural Food Certifiers
  • Organic Canada
  • USDA Organic
  • This flour can be used to make : Baguettes, Breads and Muffins.

  • Available formats : 2kg - 5kg

  • The shelf life of organic sifted flour is about 270 to 365 days. Store your flour in a hermetic container in a dark and cool place or in the freezer.

  • Nutritional Facts - Organic Sifted Wheat #50 Bread Flour

Allergen table

Component
Present in the product
Present in the same production line
Present in the same factory
Eggs or its derivatives: frozen yolk, egg white powder and egg protein isolates
No
No
No
Wheat or its derivatives: flour, starches and brans
Yes
Yes
Yes
Gluten - barley, oats, rye, triticale, or wheat
Yes
Yes
Yes
Fish or its derivatives: fish protein and extracts
No
No
No
Milk or its derivatives: milk caseinate, whey and yogurt powder
No
No
No
Mustard or Mustard Seeds
No
No
No
Peanut or its derivatives: Peanut pieces, protein, oil, butter, flour, and mandelona nuts (an almond flavoured peanut product). Peanut may also be known as ground nut.
No
No
No
Shellfish: crab, crayfish, lobster, prawn and shrimp;
Mollusks: snails, clams, mussels, oysters, cockle and scallops;
or their derivatives: extracts
No
No
No
Sesame or its derivatives: paste and oil
No
No
No
Soy or its derivatives: lecithin, oil, tofu and protein isolates
No
No
No
Tree Nuts - almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts(filberts), macadamia nuts,pecans, pine nuts (pinyon, pinon), pistachios and walnuts or their derivatives: nut butters and oils
No
No
No
Sulphites: sulphur dioxide and sodium metabisulphites
No
No
No
Coconut or its derivatives (considered as an allergen is the United States)
No
No
No
Others (as considered necessary)
No
No
No