Cereal is a collective term for grass species cultivated for the value of their seeds as food or fodder, and they are the most important food plants in the world.

Humans consume a wide range of cereal varieties globally. Cultivation and consumption of different types of cereals vary based on culture and growth conditions in different parts of the world. In Norway, barley is the most cultivated cereal variety, while wheat is the most consumed.

Graminor is engaged in the development of new varieties of barley, wheat, and oats, in addition to representing foreign varieties of barley, wheat, oats, rye, and triticale. You can learn more about the different species through the pages below, or explore our varieties using our variety selector.

To learn more about the different species and how we breed them, follow the links below: