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I am the mill


Mulino Terrevive interprets in a modem key the ancient art of milling. When the grain is harvested it is brought directly to the Mili. After a first selection and a compulsory quality-control analysis it is then prepared for the cleaning process.
This is extremely important as it separates the seeds from naturally occurring materials, such as dust particles, small stones or soil Once thoroughly cleaned the cerea/ goes on to the grinding phase, which is exclusively made through the use of millstone. The Mili is the beating heart of our Company and as such it has been customised in order to become a unique transforming procedure.

A good practice: the stone mill

The modern mills with massive structure in stone proposes in modern key an ancient way to grind the cereals: don’t overheat the flours because they turn very slowly in comparison to the industrial mills.
Nevertheless, special adaptations to our mills, allow to modulate the speed of rotation of the mills, making them very flexible in the use. It comes so rediscovered the figure of the miller and his centrality, by now lost in the modern industrial mills. Finally, the system of pneumatic transport chosen from us, subsequently cools the flours actually preserving their precious nourishing values up to the end of the phase of pasta making……but this is another history…..the next one.

A history of short production chain


Mulino Terrevive proposes a complete chain of the cereals, thanks to the direct collaboration with the farmers and thanks to the search of those agricultural firms which shows sensibility and working ethics, doing them the ideal  and faultless partners in order to enhance the quality of our countries.
A similar choice derives from specific and targeted objectives:
• to inform the agricultural firms about the opportunity that our job can offer them;
• to stimulate more and more farmers to consider the changeover to the biological method of cultivation;
• to create a direct relationship Earth-Food that gives to the final consumer (mainly represented by the families) a concrete sense of food safety.

• to furnish a complete support to the consumers in terms of food education, informing and making them aware through the organization of courses devoted to the healthy feeding;
• to limit the number of passages typical of the long chain of distribution, with the consequent notable reduction 1) of the costs of transport, 2) of the pollution due to the transport as well and 3) of the refusals, strongly supporting the environment