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Apr 5, 2008 11:18 AM

King Arthur Flour in Calgary?

I haven't looked.. does anyone know if you can buy it here? Thx

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  1. I haven't seen it at any of the usual places and a quick check of 's store locator doesn't have any Canadian options... Looks like you can order from their website, though shipping costs might be prohibitive: International orders: Please call for shipping quotes: 800.827.6836.

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    1. re: maplesugar

      Just a little more info.
      From an article in the Montreal Gazette

      "As for the Vermont store, it is called King Arthur Flour and they do offer excellent flours and baking goods by mail order. However, there is a postal charge of $15 on all Canadian orders, and they could not estimate the cost of any taxes that could be added once the parcel crosses the border."

      1. re: cancowboy

        do you want it for the brand or the red wheat flour? Cause I know a while back there was a company out of MN or SK selling Red Spring Wheat flour.

        1. re: kritafo

          There is a local independant miller that produces beautiful stoneground wholegrain wheat flour - JRK Farms in Three Hills, Alberta. Not sure where you can get this store wise as I get mine from industry contacts. Anyone seen JRK Farms flour on the shelves?

          JRK Farms Three Hills, AB Phone: 403-443-7317
          Three Hills, AB T0M 2A0
          Phone: 403-443-7317 Fax: 403-443-7081
          Toll Free: N/A
          # of Employees: 1 to 25
          President/General Manager: Jim Hugo
          Products: All Natural Whole Grain 100% Stone Ground Flour (Wheat, Barley, Rye, Organic Spelt)
          Brands: JRK Farms 100% Stone Ground Flour

          1. re: graemejw

            Sorry I haven't... although I'm keen to try anything local so I'll have to look for them.

            There's also Highwood Crossing from Highwood River, south of Calgary. They grow and process their own organic flours, oils etc. I quite like their w/w and all purpose flours myself. For where to buy info: