ARDENT MILLS’ CONTINUED RESPONSE TO THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) GLOBAL PANDEMIC
Community / Leadership  |  April 07, 2021

As we mark one year in the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we want to reiterate our appreciation to our customers, suppliers, and farmers whose selfless dedication and efforts continue to ensure a safe sustainable food supply for all. We also want to thank our first responders, health professionals, and so many others, who are working tirelessly to help keep us safe and secure.  

As we continue to navigate the pandemic, we wanted to actively communicate the status of our operations and reinforce how we will continue to serve and provide the critical ingredients our communities need through whatever is to come. Ardent Mills remains strong, agile, and our supply chain is stable. A few things we’d like to highlight: 

  • Our commitment to our values of TRUST, SERVING, SIMPLICITY, and SAFETY is unwavering. The health and safety of our people always comes first. They are what makes Ardent Mills run and are the reason we are able to deliver nutritious grain-based solutions across U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico.  
  • We are maintaining the strict safety protocols we have in place; we have also provided additional benefits for our team members and their families. 
  • We remain driven and committed to serving the communities we live and work in. We continue to donate product and monetarily to our local communities.  
  • We are educating our team members on the importance of helping to reduce the spread of the virus and strongly encouraging them and their families to be vaccinated when available. 

 

We stand strong in our foundation of serving our people, our customers and our communities. If you would like to learn more about our specific contingency plans or if you have questions, concerns or if there is anything we can do to serve you better, please do not hesitate to reach out to info@ardentmills.com. 

 

 

 

Ardent Mills in the News:

Ardent Mills donates enough flour to keep Schmidt’s bread giveaway going for weeks

The Ogden plant sent 2,500 pounds of flour to the Salt Lake County bakeries for their daily bread giveaway

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Denver-based Ardent Mills working to keep up with demand for flour

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Good Works: Celebrity chef steps up for Denver COVID-19 relief, The North Face rolls out $1M in grants

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