Locally Grown, Locally Own

By |March 10th, 2017|

Local vs. Global, Sustainable vs. Industrial, Harvest vs. Induce. Not all flours are run of the mill, and Gideon Milling is no exception.


The family owned and operated business is committed to its customers, understanding the importance and value of family and that families are what create a community. This is the foundation that Gideon Milling […]

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Benefits of Whole Grain

By |February 10th, 2017|

7 facts about the good-for-you grains and essential reasons to keep them apart of your daily diet:


Whole grain wheat flour is rich in complex carbs such as bread and grains that nourish the body
Whole grains contain selenium, potassium and magnesium which help to boost the immune system, lower blood pressure and eliminate risk of heart […]

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Proudly South African

By |January 9th, 2017|

Our farmers care about what they do and work hard to protect South African’s unique natural resources for our families, community and future generations.


We take great pride in perfecting our products so you can enjoy that favorite piece of hearty whole grain bread, add it to your favorite home baked goods, or even finding a […]

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Gideon Family, Generations of Farming

By |December 12th, 2016|

At Gideon Milling our purpose is providing customers the highest quality product for the best possible values. Our whole grain is harvested in various seasonal cycles, naturally infused with nitrates, phosphates and minerals handcrafted  locally in Belville Cape Town with love from our family to yours.

It all began in Grandma Esters West Coast Table and […]

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Wednesday Weekly Farm Fluff

By |November 16th, 2016|

Rodents are a huge problem since they can damage the crops. For this reason, agricultural pest control is a huge concern for many farmers. When using chemical pesticides or using pathogens when controlling pests will affect not only the environment but also the health of humans. Owls can therefore be can be one of the […]

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Sunday family bake-day

By |October 17th, 2016|

5 Reasons why Sunday must be your family bake-day!


When parents work all week and the children go to school, the weekend is the perfect time to spend some quality time together as a family. Why not spend your quality time with your kids baking something delicious? Here are 5 reasons why every Sunday should […]

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World class equipment used by reputable mills in the world

By |July 28th, 2016|

We have invested in the best stone ground milling equipment used by companies across the world that are famous for their high quality, tasty stone ground flour.


The optimum grinding process, which preserves the natural flavor.


A matter of tradition and trend, our grinding mills are specially designed to make a healthy & good whole meal flour


Our […]

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Our product variables

By |July 28th, 2016|

Ensuring that we maintain as natural a process as possible – we offer three variables of Stone Ground flour.

An un-sifted Whole Wheat Flour, which includes the wheat germ.
A Cake Wheat Flour which is sieved once with a 160 micron sleeve and a
White Bread Wheat Flour which has been sieved once in a 210 micron sieve.

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Farming Practices are Vital for Quality product

By |July 28th, 2016|

As a consortium of farmers we are able to blend the new season with the old season, therefore no seasonal correctors need to be added to give the baker a constant product. “Farming practices are the vital thing.” Says Aubrey Terblanche, the founder of Gideon Milling. “We run a system called minimum till. This means […]

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Crop rotation

By |July 28th, 2016|

“For example, in a 7 year cycle, we will plant different crops every year. Every third year will be wheat, and on the 7th year the land will rest and we call this system; crop rotation. In the in-between years, we grow legumes, canola, lucern and some farmers do maize in summer”

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