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Wheat stands as one of the most important crops worldwide, a staple food that has nourished civilizations for thousands of years. At East Grains, we supply high-quality wheat that is the backbone of nutritious diets across the globe. Our wheat varieties are cultivated under optimal conditions in Canada’s fertile soils, ensuring a product that is not just versatile in use but superior in quality. From hearty breads and pastas to nutritious cereals, our wheat is the perfect ingredient for a range of culinary applications, meeting the diverse needs of our international clientele.

Wheat is a member of the genus Triticum. The most widely grown is Triticum aestivum, known as common wheat. Wheat grains are a major dietary fiber source, and their protein, gluten, is what gives dough its elasticity and baked goods their structure.

Canada is one of the world’s largest producers and exporters of wheat, particularly high-quality hard spring wheat. Annually, Canada exports about 20-25 million tonnes of wheat, contributing significantly to the global supply.

The primary markets for Canadian wheat are in Asia, the Middle East, the United States, and Latin America, where it’s valued for bread-making quality due to its high protein content.


Oats are celebrated for their health benefits, offering a rich source of dietary fibers, vitamins, and minerals. East Grains provides premium-quality oats that are perfect for a variety of food products, from comforting oatmeal to granola bars and beyond. Grown in the lush fields of Canada, our oats are harvested at their peak to lock in their natural goodness. Ideal for consumers looking for heart-healthy options, our oats support a balanced diet and contribute to overall well-being.

Oats belong to the species Avena sativa and are unique among grains for their high fat content and antioxidant compounds, including avenanthramides, which have anti-inflammatory properties.

Canada is a leading producer of oats, supplying around 3 million tonnes annually, with significant portions going to the export market, particularly the United States.



Soybeans are a crucial crop that serves as a key source of protein, oil, and nutrients. At East Grains, our soybeans are cultivated using sustainable farming practices to ensure they are environmentally friendly and of the highest quality. These versatile legumes are essential for a range of products, including tofu, soy milk, and animal feed, catering to both the food industry and individual consumers. Our commitment to quality means our soybeans meet the highest standards, supporting health-conscious diets around the world.

The soybean plant, Glycine max, is a legume native to East Asia. Soybeans are unique for their high protein content among plants and their ability to fix nitrogen in the soil, improving soil fertility.

Canada exports approximately 5-6 million tonnes of soybeans annually, with production concentrated in Ontario and Quebec.


Corn is not just a staple crop; it is a symbol of agricultural abundance. East Grains is proud to supply top-grade corn, harvested from Canada’s rich farmlands where it grows under ideal conditions. Our corn is known for its sweet flavor and nutritional value, making it a favorite for both human consumption and as a key ingredient in animal feed. Whether it’s for popping, grilling, or processing into cornmeal and syrups, our corn is a versatile choice that exemplifies the best of Canadian agriculture.

Corn, or Zea mays, is unique among grains because it is entirely domesticated with no wild counterpart. It’s a C4 plant, making it more efficient at photosynthesis under high light and heat conditions, contributing to its high yield potential.

Canada produces around 13-14 million tonnes of corn annually, primarily for domestic use and exports a smaller portion.


Barley is a resilient and versatile grain, valued for its rich, nutty flavor and numerous health benefits. Our barley at East Grains is grown in the pristine environments of Canada, ensuring a product that is both pure and potent. Ideal for brewing, baking, and as a nutritious addition to meals, our barley is a preferred ingredient for those seeking to incorporate whole grains into their diet. Rich in fibers, vitamins, and minerals, it supports a healthy lifestyle while offering a delightful culinary experience.

Barley, Hordeum vulgare, is one of the oldest cultivated grains, with evidence of its use dating back over 10,000 years. Barley is adaptable to a wide range of climates, making it a versatile crop globally.

Canada is a significant barley producer, with annual exports of about 2-3 million tonnes, mostly for the international feed and malting markets.