It all started back in 1812 when the House family migrated from England to Newton Grove, North Carolina. The millstones for the original mill were shipped across the Atlantic from England to Wilmington, North Carolina. Then ferried up the Cape Fear River and transported by oxcart to the original mill site in Newton Grove.
For many years, our number one product was corn meal. Yet, over time, we've added a number of traditionally-seasoned breading mixes and coatings for chicken, seafood, and pork.
Plus, we've added hushpuppies, biscuit and cornbread mixes, sauces, and our oven-baked product line. What has stayed the same, you ask? All of our coating are specially milled and mixed to cook up light, crispy, and tasty.
After 200 years, we continue to bust with pride to help family means become as Southern as possible. We're grateful to all of you for inviting us to your dinner table regularly, and take a great deal of comfort in knowing we're keeping the Southern tradition alive.
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