Business & Finance: Germy Flour

Keeping the starch and discarding the "hearts of wheat'' from flour greatly irks such scientists as Dr. Robert Runnels Williams because it "throws away the mechanism necessary for the metabolism of that starch'' (TIME, July 11). Last week in Chicago, Morris Mills, Inc. demonstrated to the trade for the first time a practical process for making flour without removing the germ. The trade was interested; present were seven foreign consuls, U. S. officials and representatives of 50% of U. S. flour production. Edward Jacob and Edgar Martin Miller, father and son, Missouri millers,...

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