Cereals is a collective term for grass species that are grown for the value of the seeds for either human consumption or livestock feed. Cereals are the most important food plants in the world.
People eat huge amounts of cereals from a range of different species all over the world. The type of cereals that are grown and eaten is mostly decided by local culture and growth conditions. In Norway, barley is the most widely cultivated species, but wheat is the most widely used species for human consumption.

Graminor breed and develop new varieties of barley, wheat, and oats. We also represent foreign varieties of barley, wheat, oats, rye, and triticale.

To learn more about the different species and how we breed them, go to the links below.