About Premium Gold Flax

remium Gold Flax is a natural off-shoot of our 6th generation active farming operation “Miller Family Farm”. We have been raising and harvesting flaxseed in central North Dakota since the turn of the century. Our hand selected, golden omega variety flaxseed and proprietary cold milling process (True Cold Milled®) is what makes our flaxseed product so unique. No one does it like we can.

Do you know where your flaxseed comes from? We do and so should you! Our omega rich Golden Flaxseed is a hand selected unique breed that adds a mild, non-obtrusive flavor to your favorite foods.

Our job includes everything from the preparation of the flax seed bed and the maintenance of the soil quality, to the rigorous pace of a timely harvest. At Premium Gold® we make it a point to nurture and supervise every phase of our flaxseed production.

Our proprietary True Cold Milled Process® gives our products a naturally extended shelf life of 24 months after opening and refrigeration is not required. Our products are non-GMO and do not contain additives or preservatives. Our facilities are certified allergen free; meaning no corn, no dairy, no soy, no peanuts, no tree nuts. Our products are vegan, vegetarian, kosher, organic, all natural, preservative free, dye free and Made in the U.S.A.

Premium Gold facilities are FDA, State, Kosher, and Organic certified and/or inspected. We offer 100% Made in the U.S.A. product and we are proud members of the Pride of Dakota program.

Our company motto is: “If this flaxseed is not on our table, it will not be on yours.” That’s why we chose the name Premium Gold®, because it is the only quality flaxseed that you will be receiving from our company. We stake our proud family name on bringing gourmet products to you.


·2.2 million farms dot America’s rural landscape. About 97 percent of U.S. farms are operated by families – individuals, family partnerships or family corporations.

·Farm and ranch families comprise just 2 percent of the U.S. population.

·More than 21 million American workers (15 percent of the total U.S. workforce) produce, process and sell the nation’s food and fiber.

·Today’s farmers produce 262 percent more food with 2 percent fewer inputs (labor, seeds, feed, fertilizer, etc.), compared with 1950.

·In 2010, $115 billion worth of American agricultural products were exported around the world. The United States sells more food and fiber to world markets than we import, creating a positive agricultural trade balance.

6th generation family farmers