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Manitoba Flour

Manitoba Flour is a Canadian brand that makes all natural gluten free flours for baking. They also offer a variety of other products, including pasta, crackers, cookies, breads, muffins, cakes, and more.

By the time it did, the price had dropped by half.
Wheat flour has been used as a food staple since ancient times. However, the history of wheat flour begins with the discovery of wild wheat in the Fertile Crescent region of what is now Iraq. This grain was cultivated and used for thousands of years before being domesticated.

Wheat shipped from Canada to England via Montreal.
By the mid-1800s, Canadian farmers were growing enough wheat to ship to Europe. In 1837, the British government began importing wheat from Canada. The first shipment arrived at Liverpool, England, in February 1838.

The first shipment arrived in London in August 1837.
First shipment of wheat came from Canada via the Hudson Bay Company. The company established by the Royal Charter of King George II in 1670. The charter allowed the company to trade with Native Americans along the Hudson River.

The price of wheat fell by 50% between 1836 and 1838.
Wheat prices dropped dramatically during the Great Depression because of a combination of bad weather and high demand. This led to a shortage of flour in Britain. As a result, the government began importing large amounts of grain from Canada.

The second shipment arrived in London in January 1838.
By the end of the 19th century, Manitoba had become one of the world’s largest producers of wheat.

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