OMAHA, NEB. — Scoular, an organic grain merchandising company, is expanding its portfolio of certified organic assets. The company recently secured organic certification for its facilities in Hershey, Neb., and Goodland, Kas.
The company also has entered into an agreement with Jessen Wheat Company of Pine Bluffs, Wyo., to handle organic grain.
“We provide farmers everywhere in North America with a market for their organic grains, and we supply feed and food manufacturers coast to coast with competitively priced organic products shipping by truck, rail or container,” said Greg Lickteig, director of Specialty Grain for Scoular, based in Omaha. “Scoular supports organic agriculture and appreciates the value it offers consumers and producers alike.”
Scoular said for the past five years it has grown its organic grain handle at a pace more than double the industry growth rate.
Certified organic since 1995, Scoular said it differentiates its operation by offering local farmers access to a nationwide organic network and uncompromising integrity and reliability.
Founded in Nebraska, Scoular is a 127-year-old company with 102 offices and facilities worldwide and more than $4 billion in sales. The company provides global and diverse supply chain solutions for end-users and suppliers of grain, feed ingredients, and food ingredients.
According to Sosland Publishing Company’s 2019 Grain & Milling Annual, Scoular is the 10th largest company in North America in terms of grain storage capacity at 131 million tonnes.