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Growing mustard market is grist to the mill for Norwich firm Condimentum 

Demand for mustard is hotting up and a company which turns the seeds into flour for the iconic Colman’s brand is preparing to take advantage with an expansion of its milling plant on the outskirts of Norwich. 

Colman’s iconic labels have been rolling off the machines at Condimentum since it built its 25,000 square foot  mint and mustard mill on the 100-acre Food Enterprise Park at Honingham Thorpe – one of only three such facilities in the world producing double superfine mustard flour. 

Unilever, which owns the historic brand, tasked the embryonic company with replicating the flour used in the making of its famous mustards at the factory when it signed a 10-year supply agreement.