George and Cecilia Holland are no strangers to the, er … daily grind! At Logan Turnpike Mill, they lovingly make grits, cornmeal and flour the old-fashioned way — using the whole grain and processing at a slower speed to enhance taste and preserve vital nutrients. Local farmers provide the corn, and the wheat comes from Montana, where the cold climate and soil produce a high protein grain. Rye is sourced from the Midwest, and buckwheat comes from up-state New York.
Stop in the store to check out the antique Williams gristmill circa 1916 and the 1926 Fairbanks Morse hit-n-miss engine mounted on a buckboard wagon with iron wheels. Or order the products online to have fresh ground flavor delivered right to your door. You’ll find many of the local farm-to-table restaurants also feature Logan Turnpike Mill ingredients — especially in the shrimp & grits dishes!