Commitment to Quality

At REPCO, commitment to quality isn’t just a slogan – it’s a daily focus. For every two production workers, there is one quality control specialist who is checking, testing, monitoring, analyzing, re-checking, re-testing, re-monitoring, and re-analyzing. Day after day. So that you can be assured that the products you get from us are safe as well as nutritious.

World Class Products

REPCO is located in the heartland of the USA. The fields that produce the grain, which will be incorporated with our products, surround our facility. The end result is superior tasting food that thousands of families will dine on tonight.

From breads and cake mixes to chocolate milk, our products are used in hundreds of brands recognized throughout the world. Take a look in any pantry or open any refrigerator to see food that contains our enrichment products. That’s why we must produce a superior world-class product – because we help feed the families of the world.

Our Products

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Vitamins and minerals typically added to enriched flour.

There is only one goal at REPCO: being a dependable partner to the milling and baking industry around the world in the production of wholesome, nutritious food.

For more than 65 years, we have satisfied millers with standard-setting flour additives and micro-ingredient dispensing systems. We have one of the best on-site experienced service staff in the industry.

Thiamine (B-1) Helps the body cells convert carbohydrates into energy. It is also essential for the functioning of the heart and for healthy nerve cells, including those in the brain.

Riboflavin (B-2) Works with the other B vitamins and is important for body growth and red blood cell production. Similar to thiamine, it helps in releasing energy from carbohydrates.

Niacin Is a B vitamin that helps maintain healthy skin and nerves. It is also important for the conversion of food to energy and may have cholesterol-lowering effects.

Folate (folic acid) Works with vitamin B-12 in the production of red blood cells. It is necessary for the synthesis of DNA, which controls heredity as well as tissue growth and cell function. Any woman who may become pregnant should be sure to consume enough folate — low levels of this substance are associated with devastating birth defects such as spina bifida. Many foods are now fortified with folic acid to help reduce the level of such birth defects.

Iron Iron is a trace mineral found in every cell of the body. Iron is an essential mineral for humans because it is part of blood cells. Iron is part of hemoglobin in red blood cells and myoglobin in muscles. The role of both of these molecules is to carry oxygen. Iron also makes up part of many proteins and enzymes in the body. The human body stores some iron to replace any that is lost. However, continual low iron can lead to a type of anemia. This is the most common nutritional deficiency worldwide.

Vitamin A Helps in the format ion and maintenance of healthy teeth, skeletal and soft tissue, mucous membranes, and skin. It is also known as retinol because it generates the pigments that are necessary for the working of the retina. It promotes good vision, especially in dim light. Vitamin A may also be required for reproduction and breast-feeding. Beta-carotene is a precursor to vitamin A that has antioxidant properties, helping the body deal with unstable chemicals called free radicals.

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