Thomas Allinson. The doctor and miller struck off for advocating healthy eating

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    Publisher Milling & Grain
    Year of publication 2020 July

    Medium Digital

    Nutrition & health


    Scope & contentEarly on in the COVID-19 pandemic, millers finally received the recognition they have long deserved as both print and television media covered their heroic efforts to keep the country in flour by doubling shifts, recruiting retired millers to return to work, and working 24/7 to keep the flour coming. One of the mills visited by a BBC film crew was Allinson 's mill in Bishop Stortford in Hertfordshire, England. The original mill first opened in 1892, and was the brainchild of an ambitious entrepreneur, Thomas Allinson, who is unique in that, in addition to being a qualified miller, he was also a practicing physician…Read more.


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