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Yesterday's Today's Flour Industry

While grinding stones place their saddle stones, hand mills have been passing through water mills over time, and nowadays they are the world's oldest industries and the fastest examples of innovation. The common point of bread, pasta, biscuits, cakes and similar products is wheat flour and is the main food source of people. It has been found that the industrial world is a long-established history dating back ten thousand years.

   When the history of the art of obtaining flour is examined, it is noteworthy that the flour industry has developed in different cultures and countries. For example, In 3000 the corn flour tried to obtain flour by grinding wheat between the stones. Thanks to the Maya they discovered, they used solar energy to add volume and flavor to the bread. Wheat, which has been pounded into flour by means of stone mortars, has been transformed into a more efficient flour production by crushing between hand-rolled stones.
The use of the mills dates back to the centuries before Milat. The Romans pioneered the spreading of water mills of known basalt sandstones into the world and thus won the title of the Buğday Empire and settled on the banks of fast flowing rivers. For the first time in the 19th century, the Hungarians developed the waltz technique which is indispensable in modern facilities and the first steps were taken to the flour industry. The first flour mill in the world was founded in London in 1879. After the invention of waltzes, the flour has been transformed into industrial, technology has progressed rapidly. Instead of grinding wheat with stone, Swiss Jacob Sulzberger brings the first porcelain rollers to the market. These sculptured rolls were later replaced by steel rolls invented by the most well-known German Bühler.

   Today, the world trade universe, the world economy, and the rapidly developing globalization, the trade borders between the countries have begun to gradually decrease and become more and more abundant, the international trade has expanded, the transfer of advanced technology to developed countries has increased, the international financial markets have been developed and the inter- and significant developments in the flow of foreign capital have been experienced. It is one of the greatest examples of the expansion of countries' economic cooperation areas. These innovations have brought great competition both at home and abroad. Small firms are forced to survive while large industries use the advantages of technology. Many German and French companies that are looking for a solution have followed the merger and cooperation policy called Cluster. The most successful example of this integration is Silicon Valley in San Francisco and Hollywood in the film industry.