April Fools!

by Cassidy Stockton

We had a pretty uneventful day around the mill yesterday. No major prank players here. I guess we’re all too busy doing our jobs to think up creative and fun ways to spread humor. Not that we don’t have fun, because we do.

A few years back, one of our

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BOB’S 80TH BIRTHDAY BASH

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We went all out for Bob’s 80th birthday party on Friday, February 13. The theme was “Calling All Bobs.”

The party started at 10 a.m. with John Bennett and the Music Staff playing ragtime music on the balcony at our Whole Grain Store and Café.

Ten large chocolate sheet cakes

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Jeff Schrader

An Interview with Jeff Schrader

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Jeff was born in South Dakota, but his family moved to Oregon when he was five. His first “real” job was at Toftee Farms in Canby, cutting broccoli and moving irrigation pipes.

He went away to college in southern Cal, where he met and married the love of his life.

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We welcomed our 1000th tour guest today.

1000 People Toured

by Cassidy Stockton

Among the many perks to moving into our new facility, one of the best is being able to offer tours to the public and share how we make the products you know and love. We began offering tours of our manufacturing process in June of this year. 

We welcomed our

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Bo Thomas: An Employee Profile

by Cassidy Stockton

Bo Thomas is the head of our Engineering and Maintenance department; he also heads up our comic relief team. An Oregon native, Bo has worked for Bob’s Red Mill for over 18 years and has been keeping everyone in stitches since day one. When asked what he loved about his

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Fond Food Memories

by Cassidy Stockton

Late summer is a very busy time for us at the mill. Really, we’re pretty busy all year round. This time of year is one of our favorites, though. The end of summer means that most of us are finally finishing up major summer projects and reenergizing to start new

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Tatyana Kotelyanets: An Employee Profile

by Cassidy Stockton

Tatyana Kotelyanets is one of Bob’s Red Mill’s quiet, unsung heroes and we are singing her song here, for you. Before Tatyana moved to Oregon 13 years ago, she lived in Ukraine. Since moving here, she has worked in the Bob’s Red Mill production department, running reports, ordering labels and

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Our Friend Nesa in Serbia

by Cassidy Stockton

The following is an example of some of the nice letters we receive- this one from the other side of the world! In June of 2007, Bob received a message from Nebojsa Spasojevic (Nesa) on our website. Nesa owns a small milling and baking company in Serbia and wrote

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