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Our Food Security Story

Our Mission
Our roots reach back to the late 1800s, when the Blumberg family owned thousands of acres of agricultural land in Florida and Alabama. Our proprietary store houses were our secret to farming profitability. 
Fast forward, and Blumberg Grain has taken that spirit of innovation to the next level. Today, we are at the forefront of food security storage and redefining what’s possible.
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How Blumberg Grain Is Changing the World of Food Security

We work with companies and countries to modernize agricultural value chains, minimize harvest losses and maximize output.

Our systems provide real-world solutions, including: 4 million square feet of modular, pe-engineered, prefabricated grain storage warehouses; the largest continuous network of food-storage warehouses in the world; and high-tech cold chain, controlled atmosphere warehouse and silo systems in Africa and the Middle East.

Where We Thrive

Controlled Atmosphere Systems

We are pioneers in controlled atmosphere technology—the regulation of temperature, humidity, and the combination of elements to halt food degradation. Our systems take this method and are capable of applying it on a much larger scale than ever done before to extend shelf life and protect inventory.   

Cold-Chain Technology

Cold chain monitoring and management technologies regulate food storage temperatures to minimize loss. Our state-of-the art systems have helped countries dramatically reduce food waste, which means higher-quality agricultural products and fewer people going hungry.

Warehouses and Silos

Our fully integrated warehouse systems and silos are the most sophisticated dry and perishable goods storage facilities on the market in the world. These scalable structures come with high-tech temperature, humidity, and air monitoring controls and are engineered for efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and flexibility. 

Ever Expanding

Blumberg Grain is currently focused on expanding in both Africa and the Middle East to minimize post-harvest loss and maximize agricultural profit.  

Our expansion efforts include deployment of food security and grain storage logistics platforms (warehouses and silos); cold chain technology with controlled atmosphere; creating strategic stockpiles for nations in need of further food security; and developing process facilities in-country to add value to domestic crop production and export products. 

We're actively looking for sites to house operational hubs and manufacturing plants to meet large-scale demand. 

Blumberg Grain’s US manufacturing supply chain employs 2400 Americans, spanning seven states.  As we expand we look forward to growing that job base.  

Always Innovating

We pioneered the use of modular pre-engineered, prefabricated warehouses for grain storage—and we haven't stopped innovating since. There are over 4 million square feet of our innovative grain storage being used today, including the largest networked project in the world (located in Egypt), which is used to house the country's entire domestic wheat supply. 

Our Command, Control and Logistics Center and accompanying software push the limits of what's possible for food security. We are also the first to utilize sophisticated controlled atmosphere technology to extend the life, and improve the quality, of produce and perishables.  

Government Relations

Blumberg Grain works closely with governments and governmental authorities on state, national, and international levels.

This network helps us move our international food security projects forward efficiently and allows for increased synergies on multiple levels.

Below are videos highlighting Blumberg Grain’s relationships with US Congress, US agencies, and foreign countries.

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