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1,000-year-old English mill resumes flour production to meet demand during coronavirus pandemic
by James Frater, CNN
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30 April 2020
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A 1,000-year-old water mill in southwest England ... has resumed production to meet demand for flour during the current coronavirus outbreak. The Sturminster Newton Mill was last fully operational in 1970, before becoming a museum and normally producing flour just two days a month during the summer. It has now produced more than 2,200 pounds of flour in the last few weeks, the same amount as it would usually produce in an entire year.
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