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OATS

SOURCE CANADIAN

HIGH-QUALITY MILLING OATS + GLUTEN FREE VARIETIES

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Offerings listed here are readily available for export from our core producer network, but any crop-type / volume can also be procured 

Total Prairie Harvest Volume Estimates (Oats): 4 million MT

(Prices are based on latest shipping quotes, and are subject to change)

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3,000 T
GLUTEN-FREE OATS

APPROXIMATE LANDED COST TO ASIA PACIFIC:
$550 to $600 USD  PER METRIC-TON

Lab report based on actual bin-samples, pre cleaning and grading

FOR ALL INQUIRIES, CONTACT SUPPORT@PRAIRIEGRAINPROTAL.COM

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5,000 T
MILLING OATS

APPROXIMATE LANDED COST TO ASIA PACIFIC:
$400 to $450 USD  PER METRIC-TON

Lab report can be provided on request

FOR ALL INQUIRIES, CONTACT SUPPORT@PRAIRIEGRAINPROTAL.COM

CANADIAN MILLING OATS

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The Perfect Breakfast Cereal,

The Perfect Oatmeal

FEATURED OAT APPLICATIONS

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Oatmeal & Cereals

General Description:

 

Oats are commonly used to produce breakfast cereals such as oatmeal or porridge. Rolled oats, quick oats, or steel-cut oats are often used to make hot cereals that can be enjoyed with milk, yogurt, or various toppings like fruits, nuts, and sweeteners

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and starting with a healthy cereal / oatmeal is an excellent way to fuel your body and mind

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Canadian Oats Overview

Production:

Due to favorable soil, climate, and moisture conditions for oat cultivation, Canada consistently ranks among the top oat-producing countries in the world.  Canada is the world's largest exporter of high-quality oats, supplying milling oats, pony oats, and high-yielding feed oats

Varieties:

Canadian oat varieties are known for their adaptability, yield potential, disease resistance, and quality. Popular oat varieties grown in Canada include AC Morgan, CDC Dancer, CDC Ruffian, and CDC Haymaker, among others

Quality:

Recognized for their excellent quality, attributed to strict agricultural practices, rigorous quality control measures, and advanced farming techniques, Canadian oats are often plump, have a high kernel weight, and possess favorable characteristics for milling, processing, and consumption

Health Benefits:

Oats are renowned for their nutritional value and health benefits. They are a good source of dietary fiber, vitamins (such as thiamin and folate), minerals (including magnesium, phosphorus, and zinc), and antioxidants, and have been linked to various health advantages, such as improved heart health, regulated blood sugar levels, and enhanced digestion

Sustainability:

Canadian oat production emphasizes sustainable agricultural practices, including crop rotation, soil conservation, water management, and responsible pesticide use. These practices contribute to the sustainability and environmental stewardship of oat cultivation in Canada

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Quality Assurance

Various measures and standards ensure that the oats produced and exported from Canada meet specific quality criteria; production is overseen by The Canadian Grain Commission (CGC), which establishes and enforces grading standards for moisture content, weight per bushel, purity, foreign material, kernel size, and color. The grading process ensures consistent quality and facilitates fair trading practices

Oat samples are collected to test quality and evaluate parameters such as protein content, oil content, starch content, fiber content, and moisture content, thus determining suitability for specific uses and providing information for grading and pricing

Regular testing and analysis at different stages of production, processing, and storage ensure that quality standards are maintained, including physical inspections, laboratory analysis, and sensory evaluation

Canadian oats are tracked throughout the supply chain, and documentation and record-keeping systems help maintain traceability, ensuring that oats can be traced back to their origin, and allowing for transparency and accountability throughout 

 

Rigorous food and safety standards ensure compliance with regulations, such as pesticide residues, mycotoxins, heavy metals, and other contaminant, and grading standards, quality testing, quality control programs, traceability, food safety standards, certifications, and ongoing research and development all contribute to make Canadian oats the best possible choice

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