First East Coast milling location comes to Virginia


ISLE OF WIGHT (WFXR) — M&M Milling is developing an expansion project to build a new milling facility in Isle of Wight County.

Founded in 2000, M&M is a contract professor that specializes in grinding, sizing, and packaging agricultural materials.

The company will purchase Virginia-grown shelled corn to grind it into flour to mix with other materials to produce glue used in the manufacturing of plywood.

“The agriculture and forestry industries are part of this Commonwealth’s legacy in part because we offer businesses of all sizes the infrastructure, favorable operating costs, and skilled workers they need to grow and thrive,” said Governor Northam.

The new facility will create 15 new jobs and invest $2.3 million into the community.

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