Passatore flour

Passatore flour

Passatore flour is obtained by milling a blend of soft wheat produced on farms located solely in Romagna, with UNI EN ISO 22005 standard certified production line..

Based on the specific needs of the client, Molino Naldoni can produce several types of customised flour for various purposes, such as piadina, fresh pasta, bread and baked products typical of Romagna.

 

Molino Naldoni’s goal in studying and developing this ambitious project was to achieve a certified production line starting from farms, ensuring the origin of the soft wheat used to make the flour.

Feasibility studies, the draft of technical regulations and system implementation in compliance with UNI EN ISO 22005 standard was started up when soft wheat was sown in autumn 2003. The production line includes the following actors:
farms;
storage site;
milling plant.

The farms involved in the production line project make an official commitment to comply with the production regulation and are required to show that cultivated surfaces are situated in the geographical region of Romagna.

The storage site features chambers and storage deposits entirely dedicated to storing soft Romagna wheat that belongs to the production line.

Preventive actions and procedures designed to safeguard the product and avoid any cross-contamination with other foods were perfected and then implemented before commencing storage.

The production line ends at Molino Naldoni’s milling plant in Marzeno di Brisighella (Ravenna).
The current up-to-date plant is designed for special and niche processing as it has several storage silos for cereal and stainless steel flour tanks.
The versatile feature of this plant has enabled the company to dedicate a few silos and flour tanks to processing and handling only the tracked product.
By applying the technical regulations and ensuring compliance with standard UNI EN ISO 22005, Molino Naldoni obtained the certification from the Certifying Agency KIWA CERMET that carried out inspections at the farms during threshing, at the storage site and, finally, at the milling plant.