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Coming soon: comprehensive pricing data for Grains

Exciting news – Vesper is embarking on an expansive journey into new agri-commodity categories, and we’re thrilled to introduce ‘Grains’. From corn to wheat, barley to rice, and more, we’re bringing you pricing data soon.

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Grain products we cover

Discover a comprehensive range of global grain prices. Explore our grain products below.

Grain product overview:


Corn, a fundamental cereal grain, plays a central role in the grains industry. Widely cultivated across continents, it is a dual-purpose crop, serving both as a staple food for human consumption and a crucial feedstock for livestock. Additionally, corn has industrial applications, notably in the production of ethanol, starches, and sweeteners. We cover prices for the USA, Italy, Global, Europe, France, Brazil, Chile, and Spain.


Wheat, a foundational cereal grain, holds significant importance in the grains industry. Renowned for its wide-ranging applications, it is primarily milled into flour for bread, pasta, pastries, and many other foodstuffs. Additionally, wheat serves as an essential feedstock for certain livestock. We cover prices for USA, Italy, Global, Europe, France, Australia, Canada, Black Sea, Brazil, UK, and Spain.


Barley, a versatile cereal grain, occupies a key position in the grains industry. Barley is used for various purposes, including as a primary ingredient in beer and whisky production, food sources, and as animal fodder, especially for ruminants. We cover prices for USA, Italy, Global, Europe, France, UK, and Spain.


Rice, a primary cereal grain, comes in various types, including long-grain, short-grain, and aromatic varieties. We cover prices for USA, Italy, Bulgaria, Spain, France, Greece, India, Panama, Portugal, Thailand, Vietnam, Europe, and Brazil.


Flaxseed, also known as linseed, is derived from the flax plant and is highly regarded for its nutritional and industrial properties. In the food industry, it is used as a health food ingredient, added to cereals, breads, and other products. Additionally, flaxseed oil is utilized in industrial applications such as paints and varnishes. 


Oats, a resilient cereal grain, have a notable presence in the grains industry. Valued for their nutritional benefits, they are predominantly consumed as breakfast cereals, porridge, granola, and are also integrated into baked goods. Beyond direct consumption, oats are utilised as feed for livestock, especially horses. We cover prices from the USA, Italy, Global, and Europe.


Sorghum, a robust cereal grain, occupies a significant position in the grains industry. Adapted to thrive in arid conditions, it serves as both a vital source of food and fodder. Additionally, it’s utilised in the production of alcoholic beverages and biofuels in some regions.


Triticale, a hybrid grain resulting from the crossbreeding of wheat (Triticum) and rye (Secale). It is utilised primarily as fodder for livestock due to its rich nutritional profile. There’s also growing interest in triticale for human consumption, especially in bread and cereal products. 

Durum Wheat

Durum wheat is a highly versatile grain that finds its application in various products. It is commonly used in the production of long and short dried pasta, fresh and sheeted pasta, couscous, bulgur, and baked bread. We cover prices from Europe, France, and global.


Rye is distinct from other grains due to its hardiness and ability to thrive in poorer soils and colder climates. Renowned for its slightly sour taste, it’s the primary grain used in producing rye bread, including the dense, dark varieties like pumpernickel. Additionally, rye is a key ingredient in certain alcoholic beverages, notably rye whiskey and some vodkas. We cover prices for the USA, Italy, and Europe.

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