World Flour Day - 2021-03-20
What is World Flour Day?
On March 20th, World Flour Day is observed. While it may seem like an arbitrary date in the year, in reality it marks the importance of flour in our daily lives. It's found in everything from bread to cookies to pasta. It's even used to thicken soups and sauces. And it's also healthier than you might think. Flour is the main ingredient in delicious foods. For thousands of years, humans have consumed grains ground into flour. Ancient humans gathered the oat kernels growing wild around them. Using a stone tool much like a pestle, they crushed the kernels into a coarse flour. Today, farmers are beginning to plant domesticated grains in the Northern Hemisphere. They are warming up the earth to grow new crops. In the Southern Hemisphere, farmers are harvesting their grains. The fields are ready, and they are bringing in the crops. This festival commemorates the truckers, bakers, millers, and other food producers who work hard to provide us with our daily bread. It is a time for gratitude and hope as we sow the seeds for the harvest to come.
When is World Flour Day?
World Flour Day is observed annually on March 20th!
History of World Flour Day
The Flour World Museum founded World Flour Day on March 20, 2019. The purpose of this day is to educate the public about the importance of flour.
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