CornOriginating in Ethiopia and Southeast Asia and a major cereal grain, Barley was one of the first cultivated and is now grown widely. Containing eight essential amino acids making it an important health food it's also used in beverage and is the principal feed grain in Canada, Europe, and in the northern United States. Largest producers of barley are Canada, the Russian Federation, Germany, France and Spain. CTG has a vast network of end producers to secure our clients needs promptly and regularly.

Wheat

As the third most produced cereal Wheat is the leading source of vegetable Read More...

Yellow Corn/Maize

Maize, the most widely cultivated grain in the world, Cornmeal constitute a staple Read More...

Soybean

Classed as an oilseed rather than a pulse by the UN (FAO), Soybean Read More...

Barley

Originating in Ethiopia and Southeast Asia and a major cereal grain, Barley was Read More...

Sugar

A class of carbohydrates and thus one source of food energy; Sugar is Read More...

Rice

A strategic food, Rice is the most widely consumed cereal grain. While India, Read More...

Beans

Bean; meaning a host of different species, dry beans come from both Old Read More...

Lentils

An edible pulse, Lentils have been part of the human diet since aceramic (before Read More...
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