Grains

 
We all depend on grains in our daily lives, be it simply as a source of calories, as animal feed or as a source of green energy. Across the world’s climatic regions, farmers are often naturally limited in the ability to produce sufficiently big harvests, making their region food deficient. Our supply chain links surplus producers with consumers in an effort to distribute grains to where they are needed. We are actively contributing to food security by specialising in supply chain management so your neighborhood food store can ultimately stock its shelves.


Grains can be stored for one year of more, depending on storage conditions and capacity. Lacking proper infrastructure, grains will degrade within days by way of insects, mice, mildew or sprouting.

 
 
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