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Cereals

Cereals commodities: Wheat, Rice, Rye, Oats, Barley, Corn, Millet, Sorghum, Buckwheat, Amaranth.

Oats, barley, and some food products made from cereal grains.
Grain redirects here. For other uses, see Grain (disambiguation).
This article is about cereals in general. For the breakfast food, see Breakfast cereal.

Cereals, or cereal grains, are mostly grasses cultivated for their edible brans or fruit seeds (botanically, a type of fruit called a caryopsis). Cereal grains are grown in greater quantities and provide more energy worldwide than any other type of crop; they are therefore staple crops. They are also a rich source of carbohydrates. In some developing nations, grain in the form of rice, wheat, or maize constitutes practically the entire diet. In developed nations, cereal consumption is more moderate and varied but still substantial.

Sending samples.
We can send samples as an example of the goods this year, a new crop.
Every rule has an exception. Sending samples and waiting for your confirmation of the purchase of this product, it usually takes about 1-2 weeks. We do not have the physical capacity to wait, store, cleaning, drying, packing, marking, receive and ship goods more than 30 items, depending on the type and purpose. In addition, storage and invested in commodity funds each day increase the price of the goods, which adversely affects the profitability. You agree to pay for the storage of the goods that you have not bought yet? I think not. We do not have the opportunity. There is an offer on our part to deliver the goods in accordance with the contract.


The word cereal derives from Ceres, the name of the pre-Roman goddess of harvest and agriculture. Cereal grain is called corn in the United Kingdom and Ireland. But in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia, maize is called corn.

Cereal grains are members of the monocot family Poaceae.

Maize, wheat and rice, between them, accounted for 87% of all grain production, worldwide, and 43% of all food calories in 2003.[2] Other grains that are important in some places, but that have little production globally (and are not included in FAO statistics), include:
•    Teff, popular in Ethiopia but scarcely known elsewhere. This ancient grain is a staple in Ethiopia. It is high in fiber and protein. Its flour is often used to make injera. It can also be eaten as a warm breakfast cereal similar to farina with a chocolate or nutty flavor. Its flour and whole grain products can usually be found in natural foods stores. 
•    Wild rice, grown in small amounts in North America 
•    Amaranth, ancient pseudocereal, formerly a staple crop of the Aztec Empire (besides maize) 
•    Kaniwa, close relative of quinoa 
Several other species of wheat have also been domesticated, some very early in the history of agriculture:
•    Spelt, a close relative of common wheat 
•    Einkorn, a wheat species with a single grain 
•    Emmer, one of the first crops domesticated in the Fertile Crescent 
•    Durum, the only tetraploid species of wheat currently cultivated, used to make semolina 

Farming
A wheat field in Dorset, England.
While each individual species has its own peculiarities, the cultivation of all cereal crops is similar. All are annual plants; consequently one planting yields one harvest. Wheat, rye, triticale, oats, barley, and spelt are the cool-season cereals. These are hardy plants that grow well in moderate weather and cease to grow in hot weather (approximately 30°C but this varies by species and variety). The other warm-season cereals are tender and prefer hot weather.
Barley and rye are the hardiest cereals, able to overwinter in the subarctic and Siberia. Many cool-season cereals are grown in the tropics. However, some are only grown in cooler highlands, where it may be possible to grow multiple crops in a year.

Planting
The warm-season cereals are grown in tropical lowlands year-round and in temperate climates during the frost-free season. Rice is commonly grown in flooded fields, though some strains are grown on dry land. Other warm climate cereals, such as sorghum, are adapted to arid conditions.

Cool-season cereals are well-adapted to temperate climates. Most varieties of a particular species are either winter or spring types. Winter varieties are sown in the autumn, germinate and grow vegetatively, then become dormant during winter. They resume growing in the springtime and mature in late spring or early summer. This cultivation system makes optimal use of water and frees the land for another crop early in the growing season. Winter varieties do not flower until springtime because they require vernalization (exposure to low temperature for a genetically determined length of time). Where winters are too warm for vernalization or exceed the hardiness of the crop (which varies by species and variety), farmers grow spring varieties. Spring cereals are planted in early springtime and mature later that same summer, without vernalization. Spring cereals typically require more irrigation and yield less than winter cereals.

 

Canary Seeds

26/03/15 Please offer Canary Seeds in bulk by FCLs
Quality: Moisture: max 14%; Purity: min 98%
Shipment: Spot by 20 FCLs  Basis: CFR Payment: CAFD

We are dealing with Canary Seeds. 
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Seller will deliver Canary Seeds ex Ukraine, Russia and others countries on FOB or CIF basis to ASWP (any save word port) by containers.

Price could be send to buyer against LOI and Company Profile but could be changed without notice until contract signed by both parties.

Payments could be done by LC (Letter of Credit) or CAD (cash against documents) depends on the buyer.

Samples Sufflower Seeds are available upon request and cost of delivery to be paid by buyer.

Please visit Trade section of the site for future details of add you comments below. We will revert as soon as possible.

Ordinary quality as it mention below but always according to the contract.

Quality:
purity - 98%
moisture - 14%
Packing - 25/50 kg pp bags or big-bags.

Sorghum

We are dealing with White and Red Sorghum.

Future prices for Sorghum at ASX Australia 
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Quality:
Moisture max 14%;
Purity min 98%;
Packing - in PP bags or in bulk

Seller will deliver Sorghum ex Ukraine or Russia
- on CFR basis Incoterms 2010 to ASWP (any save word port) by containers;
- on CFR basis Incoterms 2010 to Mediterranean Sea ports by vessels.

Price could be send to buyer against LOI and Company Profile.

Payments could be done by LC (Letter of Credit) UCP 600 apply or CAD (cash against documents) depends on the buyer.

Samples are available upon request and cost of delivery to be paid by buyer but quality will be based in the contract concluded.

Please visit Trade section of the site for future details of add you comments below. We will revert as soon as possible.

Quality always according to the contract.

Oat

We are dealing with Oat.
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Quality:
Moisture max 14%;
Purity min 98%;
Packing - in PP bags or in bulk

Seller will deliver Oat ex Ukraine or Russia
- on CFR basis Incoterms 2010 to ASWP (any save word port) by containers;
- on CFR basis Incoterms 2010 to Mediterranean Sea ports by vessels.

Price could be send to buyer against LOI and Company Profile.

Payments could be done by LC (Letter of Credit) UCP 600 apply or CAD (cash against documents) depends on the buyer.

Samples are available upon request and cost of delivery to be paid by buyer but quality will be based in the contract concluded.

Please visit Trade section of the site for future details of add you comments below. We will revert as soon as possible.

Quality always according to the contract.

Oat GOST 28673-90

Feed oat   

MIllet

26/03/15 Please offer Yellow Millet in bulk by FCLs
Quality: Moisture: max 14%; Purity: min 98%
Shipment: Spot by 20 FCLs  Basis: CFR Payment: CAFD

FYI We are dealing with:

Depending on the colour of flowering millet films are divided into types:
White Millet. Type I - White and Cream
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Red Millet Type II - from Light Red to Dark Red and Brown
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- Yellow Millet. Type III - from Golden Yellow to Dark Gray and Yellow
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Seller will deliver Red and Yellow Millet ex Ukraine or Russia
- on CFR basis Incoterms 2010 to ASWP (any save word port) by containers;
- on CFR basis Incoterms 2010 to Mediterranean Sea ports by vessels.

Price could be send to buyer against LOI and Company Profile..

Quality in contracts
Moisture – max. 14%
Purity – min.98%
Packing – in bulk or PP bags 25/50kg

Feed or Fit for human consumption
Goods to be sound, loyal and merchantable free from alive insects and foreign smell.

Quality of the goods is final at loading based on quality certificate issued by GAFTA member inspection company ordered and paid by seller.

Payment for the goods to be made CAD (Cash Against Documents) or LC (Letter of credit) at sight by the Buyer in US dollars by cash transfer to the Seller’s account

Price could be send to buyer against LOI and Company Profile but could be changed without notice until contract signed by both parties.

Samples are available upon request and cost of delivery to be paid by buyer but quality will be based in the contract concluded.

Buckwheat

Buckwheat is primarily a human food crop, used in similar fashion to cereal grains such as wheat or oats.
Even though buckwheat is not a true cereal, it is sometimes called a -pseudocereal-. 
Buckwheat seeds are dehulled, and the remaining seed material, called a groat, is ground into flour.
The flour is often mixed with flour from other cereal grains, to make breads, breakfast cereals or other multi-grain products.
In Russia, where buckwheat is native, it is used in a variety of food products, including roasting the whole groats to make -kasha-. 
Buckwheat is high in lysine, which wheat and corn are low in. The protein content of dehulled buckwheat is about 12%, with only 2% fat.
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Buckwheat, FOB or CIF, Sell
Trade Type: Offer
Packing: in PP bags
Origin: Ukraine
Quantity: 100 Metric Ton
Price: SCO agains LOI
Currency: USD
Incoterms: FOB Odessa port, Ukraine
Delivery Period: one month advise notice

Quality:
The SELLER undertakes to supply and transfer to the BUYER Buckwheat in 25/50 kg pp bags by containers, crop 2012, Ukrainian origin.
For Ukraine DSTU 4524:2006 BUCKWHEAT, specifications.
For Russia GOST 19092-92 Buckwheat. Requirements for state purchases and deliveries
The quality shall correspond and based on buyer's secification
1 Moisture % Max 14.5

Barley

- BARLEY DSTU 3769;
- Barley GOST 28682-90 Requirements for state purchases and deliveries;
- Barley for brewing GOST 5060-86;
- U.S. STANDARDS FOR BARLEY

- BARLEY DSTU 3769
1-st class - barley for groats, 2-nd class - barley for malting in alcohol manufacture and feed barley, 3-rd class - feed barley.

1 Grain impurities:

1.1 Flattened grains
1.2 Shrunken grains
1.3 Unripe grains
1.4 Sprouted grains

Corn

Corn GOST 13634-90. Analises

Corn Grade 1-3

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1 Grain impurities:
1.1 Broken grains (50%)
1.2 Grains damaged by pests (50%)

1.3 Flattened grains
1.4 Shrunken grains
1.5 Sprouted grains
1.6 Damaged grains

Wheat

1 Grain Grading Handbook for Western Canada
2 Common wheat DSTU 3768-2004
3 TYPES OF WHEAT USDA
4 Durum wheat (EEC)
5 Analysis Common wheat (EEC)
6 Wheat to Egypt. Specifications:
7 Wheat to Sudan. Specifications:

5 Analysis Common wheat (EEC)

Commission Regulation (EC) No 824/2000 of 19 April 2000
    Units    EEC Limits
1    Specific weight     kg/hl    Min 73.0
2    Moisture content    %    Max14.5
3    Total percentage of matter which is not basic cereals of unimpaired quality: % Max 12.0
3.1    Broken grains     %    Max 5.0

 
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