Summary - Canadian Industry Statistics

Flour Milling and Malt Manufacturing - 31121

Definition

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in grinding grains or vegetables; milling, cleaning and polishing rice; or manufacturing malt. Integrated mills, which grind grain and further process the milling products into such products as prepared flour mixes or doughs, are included.

Exclusions

Establishments primarily engaged in:
milling grain to make animal feed (31111, Animal Food Manufacturing)
crushing oilseeds or wet-milling corn (31122, Starch and Vegetable Fat and Oil Manufacturing)
milling grain to make breakfast cereals (see 31123 Breakfast cereal manufacturing)
manufacturing prepared flour mixes or doughs from purchased flour (see 31182 Cookie, cracker and pasta
manufacturing)
mixing purchased rice with other dried ingredients (see 311990 All other food manufacturing)
brewing malt beverages (see 312120 Breweries)

Businesses

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View financial data for 2016 based on industry averages for SME's.

Average revenue

$695.5
thousand

Profitable

72.7%

Find total salary data for 2016.

Salaries

$122.4
million

Find 2016 data, such as net revenues, shipments, value added, and cost by category.

Net revenue

$107.6
million

Shipments

$2.1
billion

Value added

$446.1
million

Access 2017 trade information on imports and exports.

Exports

$1.1
billion

Imports

$738.6
million
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