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Heckers & Ceresota Premium High-Gluten Flour 

Heckers and Ceresota Premium High GlutenFlour is formulated to meet and exceed the expectations of high- gluten flour users in the pizza and restaurant industry. Our blend of high-quality, hard red spring wheat makes our premium high-gluten, high-protein  flour the best in the market.

flour provides excellent water absorption, strength, and dough texture in various applications.

Produced with our company's decades of dedication to quality and tight specification tolerances,

Ceresota Premium High-Gluten flour carries Ceresota’s long-standing reputation for consistency and quality in every bag.

  • Always Unbleached and un-bromated
  • Superior Tolerance, stretch & Elasticity
  • Excellent dough Texture
  • Superior Browning
  • Outstanding Water absorption
  • Improved Moistness & Softness of Dough
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Our blend of high-quality, hard red spring wheat makes our premium high-gluten flour the best in the market.


Why bake with high-protein flour?

Higher gluten flour increases elasticity of dough which helps create more bake volume and chewier products. The doughs are strong and resilient to withstand hand tossing without tearing. 

  • Excellent mixing and proofing tolerance
  • Superior browning
  • Outstanding water absorption
  • Improved moistness and softness of dough
  • Excellent dough texture
  • Better tolerance, stretch, and elasticity



Our Promise to You: Unbleached Forever!

Always 100% Guaranteed

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I used King Arthur bread flour for years with good results but since I tried Ceresota flour it's all I use!

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Nutrition Facts: Heckers and Ceresota High-Gluten-Flour

  • Protein Content: 13.7-14.3%
  • European-style winter patent flour
  • Kosher certified
  • high-quality hard red winter wheat
  • Unbleached
  • Unbromated
  • Excellent mixing and proofing tolerance


Ceresota High Gluten is perfect for:

  • Hand-Tossed Pizza
  • Brick Oven Pizza
  • Thin Crust Pizza
  • Artisan Pizza
  • Detroit-style Pizza
  • Italian Breads
  • Hearth Breads
  • European Breads
  • Pita Breads
  • Kaiser Rolls
  • Hard Rolls