Nutrimill & Nutrimill Parts

NOTE: We do NOT ship machines or parts internationally. U.S. customers only.

 The importer frequently does quality inspections on Nutrimills by opening the carton and resealing. If you have questions when your mill arrives just drop us an email.


The Nutrimill

 Call us for pricing on all Nutrimill & Bosch products!  See side column for phone information.

The Nutrimill

The Nutrimill Home Grain Mill

See our Nutrimill Demo here!

Our family needed the fastest home mill with the highest capacity. The Nutrimill has proven to be a reliable source for great milling in our home!

Newest features include better flow of grain and flour, no clogging or jamming, more secure direct flow coupling between milling heads and flour canister, cooler milling (118 on medium wheat setting) and less after milling residue.

The Nutrimill is the finest high speed impact mill available. Super fine to meal coarse, its stainless steel milling heads truly produce a TruGrindTM. Wheat, beans, corn, rice, oats, and other grains, fine to coarse, come out perfectly ground at your control. Wheat on the full coarse setting makes a consistency like cornmeal, perfect for cream of wheat type cereals.

The widely adjustable texture control and variable speed motor is at your fingertips. For an excellent cornmeal just adjust to low speed (Top dial for speed control) with a coarse grind (bottom dial for texture control), add the popcorn and mill away!

The Nutrimill can be stopped or started with grain in the hopper, it does not have to be on first before adding your grain. The Nutrimill’s lid adds for quieter milling, but it can be compared to the sound of a vacuum cleaner.

  • *Will not mill oily seeds, nuts, coffee beans, sugar, dried fruits, dates, raisins, or flaxseed.


The largest capacity for a home mill, with the hopper extension, the ratio is 1 to 1. One level hopper of grain = One bowl of flour. A 20 cup capacity bowl, or you may do less.

  • Variable SpeedTexture Control
  • 3X AirFlowTM
  • Force FlowTMAir Chamber
  • TruGrindTMMilling Heads
  • TruFeedTMGrain Control
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty!


Nutrimill Flour Bagger

The NEW bagger attachment is a great accessory to the Nutrimill (sold above) and lets you grind fresh flour right into a freezer safe bag, with no flour-transfer mess.


Flour Bagger DiagramMulti-Grain Storage

Accessory Flour Bagger attaches right to the L’EQUIP Nutrimill (Nutrimill sold separately). This new attachment brings a world of milling options.

Mill Right Into a Freezer Safe Bag without the Mess!


  •  Easy clean up
  • Protect whole grain nutrients, using “Freezer Safe” bags
  • Large capacity storage bags let you mill more grain – less often
  • Fresh bags of whole grain flour make perfect gifts
  • Includes 10 heavy duty, zip top, freezer safe bags
  • Replacement bags available
  • Made in the USA

The Nutrmill upper milling section detaches right from the base. (The knob on the back of the mill releases the upper milling section.) The upper milling section is placed on the bagging base. The new bagger attachment fits any Nutrimill having the square flour outlet (under the milling chamber.) It will not work with the earlier production of mills having a round flour outlet.

Five Parts Included:

Mill Adapter, Bagging Ring, Dust Filter, Separator Cup, and Support Pail.

Also, you receive 10 freezer bags, each can hold a hopper of milled wheat. More may be purchased separately or other freezer bags may be used.

Nutrimill Parts –

We do sell these Nutrimill parts – you’ll need to call to order them. For other parts, please can contact us and we’ll do our best.

Separator Cup –

The plastic cup that fits under the Nutrimill lid.

Gasket – Minimum order – 2

The rubber ring attached to the lid.  This gasket is glued in place on the new mills.  Replacement would require you to have to remove this gasket, which may not be necessary unless it’s damaged.

Filter – Sold in a set of 5 only

The black filter that sits on top of the lid.  This needs replacing if it gets crunchy from washing flour out.  We usually tap ours out instead of getting it wet.

See our article “The Great Bean Flour Discovery”