LMLC: A key player in the life of Mauritians

Today the silos full of wheat of ‘Les Moulins de la Concorde’ is a key symbol on the Port-Louis Waterfront, but the company’s history has always been intrinsically linked to the one of the country. The project of operating a flourmill in Port Louis goes back as far as the 1960s, carried by the need to ensure a steady supply of flour, in an optimum freshness conditions. It is finally in 1989 that LMLC opens, providing to each and every Mauritian a wide range of fresh flours responding to the rich and varied local culinary traditions.