Sherman Robinson’s family has been in the flour business since 1910 when they purchased the mill in Lehi.
The mill is a city favorite; you see it right when you get off I-15 in Lehi. It’s a pretty famous off ramp. It was featured in Kevin Bacon’s Foot Loose.
Robinson told ABC4, “I don't think there is a day that has gone by that somebody doesn't come here where Kevin Bacon danced.”
The stardom might be cool, but for Lehi Roll Mills it’s all about the flour. From start to finish, quality products and Utah’s finest are used to create the flour. All for the grain comes from Utah.
Robinson said, “100 % of them are within 30 miles of the mill.”
The cycle of Utah products not only creates quality goods, but the money stays in Utah building our state’s economy.
Robinson said, “They say for every dollar spent gets in revenue from another Utah company - generates 5 dollars.”
From Utah farmers to the employees in the mill, money spent on Lehi Roll Mill’s products stay right here in the beehive state.