Bay State Milling

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    Bay State Milling is a provider of plant-based ingredients. It offers flour, seeds, spices, and custom blends for food manufacturers, retail and wholesale bakeries, foodservice operators, and other sectors.
    TypePrivate
    Founded1899
    HQQuincy, MA, US
    Websitebaystatemilling.com
    Employee Ratings3.3

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    Employees (est.) (Jul 2021)295
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Key People/Management at Bay State Milling

    Peter F. Levangie

    Peter F. Levangie

    President & Chief Executive Officer
    Brian G. Rothwell

    Brian G. Rothwell

    Chairman
    James D. Wilmes

    James D. Wilmes

    Executive Vice President of Supply Chain Services
    Peter Banat

    Peter Banat

    Chief Financial Officer
    Walker Humphries

    Walker Humphries

    Vice President Strategic Planning
    Douglas J. Dewitt

    Douglas J. Dewitt

    Vice President of Sales & Customer Development
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    Bay State Milling Office Locations

    Bay State Milling has offices in Quincy, Clifton, Indiantown, Minneapolis and in 6 other locations
    Quincy, MA, US (HQ)
    94 Liberty St
    Clifton, NJ, US
    404 Getty Ave
    Indiantown, FL, US
    19150 SW Warfield Blvd
    Minneapolis, MN, US
    400 S 4th St #600
    Mooresville, NC, US
    448 N Main St
    Platteville, CO, US
    400 Platte St
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    Bay State Milling Financials and Metrics

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    1899

    Bay State Milling Cybersecurity Score

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    83/100

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    Bay State Milling Online and Social Media Presence

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    Bay State Milling Blogs

    Functionality and Applications of Sprouted Grains

    Sneak Peek 3 – Sprouted Grains as a Food Ingredient This is the third blog in a series dedicated to providing a preview to a book chapter written by Vanessa Brovelli, Darrel Nelson and Sean Finnie from Bay State Milling’s Research and Development Team. The chapter will appear in the book Sprouted Gr…

    Getting “Schooled” on Sustainability

    Sustainability…a big word we hear quite often these days with many holding little embrace of its real essence. I myself, having spent almost 40 years in Food & Ag, have struggled to land on meaningful platforms constructed on all three pillars of sustainability; people, planet and profits. From …

    Developing HealthSense Granola

    Since it opened in 2011, the Rothwell GrainEssentials Center has seen a lot of projects. Most have been initiated by customers; sometimes they start with an idea, other times they are a fully fleshed out formulation. These customer projects always start at lab scale with the intention to move to a b…

    Boston Incubator Serves Opportunities to Diverse Food Businesses

    It’s 7:30 a.m. on a Thursday. CommonWealth Kitchen, located in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood, is already buzzing. There are six employees of the commissary kitchen, clad in white coats, gloves and hairnets moving by the large Hobart mixer, past the stark, stainless steel table and to the large po…

    Chia Transforms from Novelty to Superfood

    Chia originated in Central America, where it has been cultivated as a food source since pre-Columbian times. Research suggests it was a food staple for many of the Mesoamerican empires, most notably the Aztecs, who used its oil in cosmetics, painting, and even offered it to their gods in religious c…

    Healthy Carbs to Start Eating Again

    Bring carbs back to the table! No more food fears, especially when it comes to healthy carbs. Below you’ll find my picks for healthy carbs to help shield the body from chronic illnesses. Jill Weisenberger, MS, RD, CDE is ranked as one of US News & World Report’s, 10 Dietitian’s You Need to Follo…

    Bay State Milling Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Bay State Milling founded?

      Bay State Milling was founded in 1899.

    • Who are Bay State Milling key executives?

      Bay State Milling's key executives are Peter F. Levangie, Brian G. Rothwell and James D. Wilmes.

    • How many employees does Bay State Milling have?

      Bay State Milling has 295 employees.

    • Who are Bay State Milling competitors?

      Competitors of Bay State Milling include Olam Spices & Vegetables, Synthite and Matco Foods.

    • Where is Bay State Milling headquarters?

      Bay State Milling headquarters is located at 94 Liberty St, Quincy.

    • Where are Bay State Milling offices?

      Bay State Milling has offices in Quincy, Clifton, Indiantown, Minneapolis and in 6 other locations.

    • How many offices does Bay State Milling have?

      Bay State Milling has 10 offices.