Saskatoon Mill

Est. 1927

Located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, the Ardent Mills facility is 100% supported by local farmer producers. The Saskatoon mill has been a landmark in the community since 1927.

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Saskatoon Mill
95 33rd St. E
Saskatoon, SK, S7K 0R8


Number of Team Members: 120+

What Saskatoon Makes:

Saskatoon makes many different blends of hard wheat, soft wheat, durum flour, oats, mixes and blends used for various finished goods, including breads, buns, rolls, pizza, sweet goods, crackers and many other products. The Saskatoon facility has a daily approximate capacity of:

  • 1.1 million kg of flour

Where Does Saskatoon Get its Wheat?

The Saskatoon community mill brings top-quality flour to customers in Canada. Saskatoon receives locally and regionally grown hard, soft, spring, winter and durum wheat from the prairies of Saskatchewan.

Giving Back

The Ardent Mills Saskatoon team is active in the community and often partners with the local food shelf and in community development programs.



Serving makes the whole community a better place to live in. Healthy communities make for healthy people.

— Jarred Brown