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Hemp is used to make a variety of commercial and industrial products including rope, clothes, food, paper, textiles, plastics, insulation and biofuel.The bast fibers can be used to make textiles that are 100% hemp, but they are commonly blended with other organic fibers such as flax, cotton or silk, to make woven fabrics for apparel and furnishings. The inner two fibers of the plant are more woody and typically have industrial applications, such as mulch, animal bedding and litter. When oxidized (commonly referred to as "drying"), hemp oil from the seeds becomes solid and can be used in the manufacture of oil-based paints, in creams as a moisturizing agent, for cooking, and in plastics. Hemp seeds have been used in bird feed mix as well.A survey in 2003 showed that more than 95% of hemp seed sold in the European Union was used in animal and bird feed
The Quinoa grain has a small round shape, semi flattened of yellowish white colour. This plant is rich in protein, carbohydrates and it has an excellent balance of amino acids, essential for the development of tissues in the human body. It is cultivated in the Andean region, mainly in the highlands of Peru. Quinoa is considered one of best Andean grains due to his nutritional value, it contains the greatest combination of amino acids. The concentration of lysine in quinoa is almost twice in comparison with other cereals and grasses. It contains no cholesterol. Specifications: PROPERTIES PHYSICAL CHARASTERISTIC Variety Name Blanca Junin, Blanca July, Sajama Infloresence color Red/Pink/Green Appearance Small Round Flattened Grains Grains Colour Creamy Taste Sweet / bitter Odour Characteristic of Product Humidity 13% Max Saponine Absence
Oilseed Crops are grown primarily for the oil contained in the seeds. The oil content of small grains (eg, wheat) is only 1-2%; that of oilseeds ranges from about 20% for soybeans to over 40% for sunflowers and rapeseed (canola). The major world sources of edible seed oils are soybeans, sunflowers, rapeseed, cotton and peanuts. Seed oils from flax (linseed) and castor beans are used for industrial purposes. Edible fats and oils are similar in molecular structure; however, fats are solid at room temperature, while oils are liquid. The major oilseeds grown in Canada are soybeans, sunflowers, canola and flax. In addition, experimental production of peanuts on a commercial scale began in 1981 in southwestern Ontario. Plant breeding experiments are underway at the Agriculture Canada Research station, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, to develop an edible oil from mustard seed and a usable animal feed from the residue. The program involves reducing the content of 2 harmful substances, erucic acid and glucosinolate, which were formerly a problem in rapeseed oil.
The scientific name for canaryseed is Phalaris canariensis, and as the name would suggest, the crop originated in the Canary Islands Saskatchewan has become the worldâ??s leading producer and exporter of canaryseed, with the production used almost exclusively as a component of feed mixtures for caged and wild birds. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada estimates the value of Canadian exports at over $134 million in 2008 and nearly $90 million in 2009. The Canaryseed Development Commission of Saskatchewan is working to get canaryseed approved for human food uses. This is the main activity of the producer-funded commission. Some consumption of canaryseed is occurring in the health food market, especially in countries with a Hispanic population. Varieties There are two main types of canaryseed, itchy and hairless. About two-thirds of the Saskatchewan acreage is comprised of the itchy varieties, which have tiny, sharp hairs at the base of the seed. Hairless or glabrous varieties have been developed by Dr. Pierre Hucl of the University of Saskatchewanâ??s Crop Development Centre. Although these varieties make harvesting and processing more comfortable, many growers feel that the older itchy varieties provide higher, more stable yields and that has limited the uptake of the new varieties. The itchy varieties in use include Keet, Cantate and Elias. Elias pedigreed seed has not been produced in recent years. The glabrous varieties are CDC Maria and CDC Togo. Togo is the newer of the two and has better yields than Maria. Another glabrous variety called CDC Bastia has been registered, but no commercial seed was available for 2010. The bushel weight of itchy varieties is considered to be 50 pounds, while the glabrous varieties are typically calculated at 56 pounds per bushel. Canaryseed is not a regulated crop under the Canadian Grain Commission. There are no established grades and there are no licensing and bonding requirements for buyers.
Nowadays growing worldwide interest to flax seeds as a useful foodstuff. Flax seeds are rich in proteins, fats, gluten and dietary fiber. Each of these components contributes to a healthy human nutrition. Flax seeds can be added to homemade cakes, used for yoghurts, cereals and salads. Flax seeds contain plentiful number of components that can help to protect the human body from cardiovascular, cancer and other diseases. The main active substances contained in flax seed are: proteins, polysaccharides; vegetable fibers (lignans); polyunsaturated fatty acid (a-linolenic and others), vitamins A, B, E, F. Flax seeds Colour: brown Origin: Ukraine Purity: 98-99.9% Moisture - 8% max Our company deals with direct manufacturers /wholesalers of flax seed, which is grown and processed in the agrarian farms of Ukraine and Russia.