Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.
— MizzWilliams, Hagerstown, MD August 19, 2014
“I bought "Almond Flour" from another site, and it was such a rough grind, it made my baked goods terribly lumpy. I had to regrind it! The Nuts.com Almond Flour is much finer, makes all my baked goods come out perfectly. I used the recipe on the packing slip for Almond Pancakes, and they were light and fluffy. A new family favorite!”
Sift through our many flour suggestions guided by nutritional values. Coconut flour is high in fiber. Almond flour is low in carbs. Try chickpea flour or peanut flour if you're looking for protein. Potato flour is a great source of iron. If you're trying to incorporate more soy into your diet, soy flour is a great choice. And if you're looking for a creative flour suggestion, why not give spelt flour a whirl? If you're on a gluten-free diet, be sure to check out our gluten-free flour selection!