Our history

Interquell's success story started in 1765 with the Müller family's grain mill in Wehringen. The development of new products and methods started as far back as 1948. For example, potato flakes were produced on large roller dryers in 1955. The Großaitingen plant was established in 1969 to produce pregelatinising flours.

2007

Roller drying capacity increased to a total of six roller dryers

2005

Expansion of the silo structure with separation of the handling sections to exclude the possibility of cross-contamination

2004

Introduction of the jet cooker technology with hydrolysis option

2001

Completion of the extension for process-controlled roller drying with capacity increased to include two further roller dryers

1995

Creation of a debittering system with packaging line for small packages for end consumers

1988

Georg Müller took over management of the company after the death of his father, Edmund Müller

1985

A double-cell extruder added extruded shapes to the product range

1978 - 1982

Puffed rice was produced up to 1982

1978

Manufacturing of cereals with a variable microniser system

1974

Expansion of pregelatinising flour production with an extruder

1970

Start of pregelatinising flour production with 3 roller dryers

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