New South, Australia – – A new brand of flour for home use, and an Australian favourite, is selling in Sydney for $15 per lb, or $18.50 per lb for the bulk bulk.
Almond flour is used to make breads, pastries, biscuits, pasta sauces, pastas, and other baked goods, but is also sold in bulk in many Asian countries as well.
The Almond Flour Corporation, based in Sydney, sells the Almond Fritters, Almond Tofu, Alton Brown and Almond Rice, and has a line of Almond Breads, Pasta Pastas, Pastas with Rice and a range of Almonds.
Almond Flours have become popular in recent years in Australia, particularly in the south-east of the country where they are popular in the pastries industry.
It’s an Australian staple that has grown in popularity in the country and is sold in a variety of different forms and shapes.
The company said it is the only flour that is made using the new flours developed by the Chinese company Dongfang.
“It is a new, low cost flour, which is better for home cooks and cooks with more time on their hands.
The high quality flour is available in a wide range of flavours,” Almond CEO Nick Wilson said.
A spokesman for the company said there was a need for Almond, especially in the northern states where there are fewer resources for flour, and the industry was struggling to maintain a viable industry.
“In those areas it is extremely hard to survive, especially with the shortage of flours available.
This is not to say there are no opportunities for a local Almond company to grow and diversify in those areas,” the spokesman said.”
The market in Australia is very large and we’re in the midst of a major flour shortage.”
Almond has been on the market for about six months, and is selling a range from $15 to $20 per lb in bulk.
Wilson said there were other new Almond products on the shelves, including Almond Butter and Almonds and Almonettes, but he said the bulk quantities were too few to support a company.
“We’re not going to get into any discussion of a large number of flores, we just need to support our existing customers in those states,” he said.
“It’s a little bit of a Catch-22, because it’s a local company that can’t grow, but it’s also not going away, because the bulk is very limited.”
Mr Wilson said it was hard to find a buyer for the Almonds, which are made in China.
There are about 3,000 people working in the flour milling industry in New South and the rest of the Australian south-west.
“If we’re looking for a buyer in New Zealand or Australia we’re going to have to find another flour producer,” he told ABC News Breakfast.
He said it would take about two years to find the right buyer.