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Exciting news – Vesper has embarked on an expansive journey to cover all 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 from trusted industry partners and consolidating public sources into one view.

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Grain products we cover

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

Cereal grain products we cover

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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 corn products including corn, corn flour, and corn meal.


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.


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.


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.

Whole grain products we cover

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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.


Semolina is a coarse flour made from durum wheat, characterised by its high protein and gluten content. Primarily used in the production of pasta, couscous, and certain baked goods, its granular texture and golden hue make it distinct from other wheat flours.


Triticale is a whole grain and a hybrid of wheat (Triticum) and rye (Secale), combining the high yield and quality of wheat with the disease resistance and environmental tolerance of rye. It is used in various food products like bread, cereal, and animal feed. Triticale grains are rich in protein, fiber, and essential minerals, making them a nutritious addition to the diet. 

Other grain products we cover

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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.

Alfalfa Sprouts

Alfalfa sprouts are young seedlings harvested from germinated alfalfa seeds. Known for their crisp texture and mild, nutty flavour, they are commonly used in salads, sandwiches, and health-focused cuisine. Rich in vitamins and minerals, alfalfa sprouts are considered a nutritious addition to various diets.

Alfalfa Pellets

Alfalfa pellets are a condensed form of alfalfa hay, rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals. These pellets offer a convenient and efficient way to provide essential nutrients to livestock such as cattle, horses, and goats. 

Cottonseed Meal

Cottonseed meal is a byproduct derived from the extraction of oil from cotton seeds. It is primarily used as a high-protein feed ingredient for livestock, including cattle, poultry, and fish. Rich in nutrients, it serves as an excellent source of energy, protein, and fiber. Cottonseed meal can also be used as a natural fertilizer, providing a sustainable source of nutrients for plants.

Fodder, Peas

Fodder peas are a type of field pea grown specifically for animal feed. They are a nutritious and protein-rich feed option for livestock, particularly popular in mixed feed rations for cattle, pigs, and poultry.

Peas, Austrian Winter

Austrian winter peas are a cover crop and forage legume, often used in agriculture for soil improvement and as a winter feed for livestock. They are known for their ability to fix nitrogen in the soil and their tolerance to cold temperatures.

Peas, Dry Edible

Dry edible peas are harvested when mature and dried for long-term storage. They are a staple food in many cultures, valued for their protein content and used in a variety of dishes like soups, stews, and curries.

Peas, Protein

This term generally refers to peas grown and processed for their high protein content, often used in the production of pea protein products. These are popular in vegetarian and vegan diets as a plant-based protein source and are used in a range of food products like meat alternatives, protein bars, and shakes

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