In 1996, progressive corn producers from the central United States formed AgraMarke, an Identity Preserved production cooperative. In June of 2001, the progressive cooperative purchased the 750,000 square foot manufacturing facility located in Saint Joseph, Missouri and formed what is now known as LifeLine Foods, LLC. This level of vertical integration combined the talents and visions of the farmers with a processing facility capable of producing high quality food ingredients. Our 600+ progressive farmers participate in globally recognized, sustainable agriculture practices. LifeLine's farmers are located in the Heartland of America, sourcing corn from Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and Nebraska. Our farmers use innovative farming techniques, as well as globally recognized sustainable agriculture practices, that continue to drive their farms forward. LifeLine's Bühler corn mill features the latest milling technology with a strong focus on food safety. The 750,000 square foot manufacturing facility, located in St. Joseph, Missouri, is part of the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). Because of our location on the corn belt, we are able to service customers border-to-border and coast-to-coast.