Consumer Partners

Frontier’s relationships with many of the largest grain consumers give our growers unrivalled access to a wide range of homes.

A short supply chain ensures growers get the best value possible. We hold a unique position in the UK wheat market as a national business with integrated wheat demand from our parents, alongside strategic partnerships with other milling and feed wheat consumers. Exclusive contracts with ABN feed mills, Allied Mills, Cargill starch plant and the new Vivergo bioethanol plant all help to make Frontier the leading wheat business in the UK.

Vivergo – Humber Gold

Frontier has exclusive rights to supply the Vivergo bioethanol plant, near Hull, which presents a huge marketing opportunity to farmers in the surrounding region. Growers who become members of our Humber Gold Club and commit a minimum of 120 tonnes of wheat, will gain access to a range of benefits:

Up to 17% maximum moisture - club members can take advantage of preferential allowances on this higher moisture specification.

Block loading within 30 miles - Tailor your loading schedule to suit your circumstances by choosing early morning, late night or Saturday collections. You can even block load an entire contract at once.

14-15.5% average moisture contracts - Avoid irritating claims outside the 15% specification by averaging your moisture on all contracts over 300 tonnes. Minimum tonnage 4 loads.

Weights and analysis online and by text - View your load weight and analysis online through our iTrac service, or receive details by text within 30 minutes of tipping.

21 days standard payment terms - Benefit from priority movement and 21 day payment on all deliveries into Vivergo, allowing you to move your wheat and get paid in the same month.

Average kilo weight contract - Purchase a minimum of 10 tonnes of wheat seed or have a minimum of 20 tonnes of seed re-cleaned by our mobile seed cleaners, then contracts of 4 loads or more processed at Hull will qualify. The averaging will include any loads between 70kg/hl and 76kg/hl.

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Cargill – Manchester Gold

Cargill's starch and glucose manufacturing plant in Manchester is a huge consumer of feed wheat and Frontier has the exclusive contract for supply. Approximately 750,000 tonnes of wheat is used annually to make starch and glucose, used in the manufacture of products such as confectionery, pharmaceuticals, alcoholic beverages, pet food and soft drinks.

By becoming a member of our Manchester Gold wheat club growers can benefit from a range of attractive member benefits which reward farmers whose wheat is processed at the plant. They include;

Flexible collections - Customised collection to suit your loading requirements.

Online access to contracts - Track your Manchester Gold contracts using iTRAC - our secure online information service.

Weights and analysis by text - Receive details of your load within 30 minutes of tipping.

Gold Standard marketing - This is a unique risk management contract giving you the opportunity to fix a guaranteed minimum price, while still allowing you to capture any potential market upside.

Regular updates - Including grain market texts, bringing you the latest updates.

Average moisture contracts - For example members supplying one load of wheat at 14.5% moisture and another at 15.5%, would see the moisture claim on the second load credited back to their account.

Average kilo weight contract - Purchase a minimum of 10 tonnes of wheat seed or have a minimum of 20 tonnes of seed re-cleaned by our mobile seed cleaners, then contracts of 4 loads or more processed at Manchester will qualify. The averaging will include any loads between 70kg/hl and 76kg/hl.

If you have any questions about the Manchester Gold wheat club or wish to register, please call 0161 372 3000.

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