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Dixie Lily Corn Products

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I just found out that Dixie Lily is in bankruptcy. That means no more DL or Arnett Mills products will be available. Their products (grits, corn meal, etc.) have been removed from all our local stores. They were the only company I knew of that had "corn only" facilities. I am almost out of corn meal and can't function without cornbread in south Georgia.

Anyone know of another company that has corn only facilities? We are super sensitive around here and CC is definitely a problem.

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Oh yeah, guys...I live in a small town and we don't have options outside the standard Winn Dixie, Harvey's, or Wal-mart. Any "gluten free" specialty foods would have to be mail ordered at significantly higher cost.

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I still have not found a good source for corn meal (already milled, store bought). I have figured out that I can create an acceptable alternative by milling corn in my flour mill. I set it on the most course setting. The resulting flour requires a little extra baking powder, but is otherwise quite usable.

Thought any of you watching might want to have an update!

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I just found out that Dixie Lily is in bankruptcy. That means no more DL or Arnett Mills products will be available. Their products (grits, corn meal, etc.) have been removed from all our local stores. They were the only company I knew of that had "corn only" facilities. I am almost out of corn meal and can't function without cornbread in south Georgia.

Anyone know of another company that has corn only facilities? We are super sensitive around here and CC is definitely a problem.

Hey, I hope you don't think this is Spam but my wife works for China Doll Rice and Beans (Saraland, AL) and they are the owners of the Dixie Lily brand and it is coming back! Not all stores are carrying it but my own company Southern Traditional Foods has a licence to sell it via mail order and on the web.

Again, sorry if this is considered Spam and I fully understand if this message gets deleted but I thought you guys should know that there was a lot of bad press for Dixie Lily recently and the brand has survived.

Thanks for reading.

Ian.

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