Clegg Food Projects joins UK Flour Millers

We are delighted to announce that we have been accepted as an associate member of the UK Flour Millers – formerly The National Association of British and Irish Flour Millers (nabim) – the representative trade organisation for the UK’s flour milling industry.

The flour milling industry plays a vital role in the UK, with an industry wide turnover of £1.25 billion. UK Flour Millers, therefore utilises its 150 years of experience to help its members meet their customer’s needs by facilitating reliable, sustainable, and affordable supplies of wheat and other essential production inputs.

The bakery sector and home baking has seen significant growth, including the unprecedented demand on flour suppliers during the pandemic. We have been lucky enough to support manufacturers and suppliers in the design and construction of new facilities to help meet growing demands and new product development in the sector.

Clegg Food Projects has a history of construction projects in the baking and milling sector. We are currently building GR Wrights new flour mill in Harlow, an exciting new build project that will help the business meet future demands with its modern and efficient plant. As a specialist construction company, we hope to be able to support other members embarking on expansion projects.

Oliver Jenkins, business development manager at Clegg Food Projects, said: “We’re delighted to have been accepted as an associate member of UK Flour Millers and are incredibly proud to have joined such a prestigious industry organisation.

“UK flour millers play a pivotal role in producing and delivering high-quality, safe food for consumers across the country, and so we look forward to supporting and championing the vital work that’s carried out throughout the food manufacturing industry.”

UK Flour Millers, also helps to enhance the skill base within the industry through training programmes and relevant qualifications, promoting good health and safety practice, communicating with organisations representing other links in the supply chain, and investing in technical collaboration for the benefit of the UK milling industry.

For more information about UK Flour Millers and its members, please visit www.nabim.org.uk.