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3rd Class Wheat is also called valuable wheat. It is characterized by good baking properties; therefore this type of wheat is widely used in the food industry. Its quantity and quality of gluten contained in the grains is average. It is commonly used in production of bread.
According to existing regulations, test weight for this class must be at least 730 grams per liter. Average virtuousness should be 50% and the mass fraction of protein should be at least 12%. Normal for the third class is the 2nd degree of discoloration.
Soft Milling Wheat, Grade 3 Standard GOST R 5254-2006
Origin: Russia, Kazakhstan
Protein content (on Dry Basis – ISO), min: 11 – 12,5%;
Wet Gluten (Whole Meal), min: 23% – 26% (ISO);
Moisture content, max: 14,0% (ISO);
Test Weight, min: 73,0 – 76,0 kg/hl (ISO);
Falling Number, min: 180 – 310 sec (ISO);
IDK, max: 65-85 (ISO);
Virtuousness, min: 40%;
Foreign Matter, max: 2% (ISO);
Grain Admixture, max*: 5% (ISO);
Bug damaged, max: 1,5% (Visual method);
Contamination by Cesium 134 and Cesium 137 (less then) < 370 Bg/kg; The remaining indicators:
The product is free from foreign odors and quarantine objects, free from live pests, without toxic substances and poisonous seeds.
Barley is cultivated as a food cereal in the tropics and subtropics in India, Nepal, Tibet, Afghanistan, Russia, Ethiopia, North Africa and the Andean region of South America. The straw produced is used as an animal feed, bedding, and roof cover. In some regions, barley is used in malt production to brew beer and make other distilled alcoholic beverages, particularly whisky.
Barley, Grade 3 Standard GOST 28672-90
Test Weight, min: 61,0 – 65,0 kg/hl;
Protein content, min: 10.5%;
Moisture content, max: 12%;
Smell: characteristic for a healthy grain;
Foreign Matter, total, max: 2,5%;
Mineral Admixture: 0,5 – 1,5%;
Organic Impurity: 0,2%;
Spoiled Kernels: 0,00%;
Foreign Matter: 5%;
Broken Kernels: 2,9%;
Corroded Kernels: 0,6%;
Sprouted Kernels: 0,76%;
Damaged Kernels: 0,6%;
Other crops: 0,00% – 0,00%.
Corn and cornmeal (dried, ground corn) are staple foods in countries all over the world. The ears can be cooked and eaten from the cob as a vegetable or the kernels can be removed and either eaten as is or used to produce a wide variety of foodstuffs including cereals and flour. Corn is also a major source of starch and the starch can be processed into oils and high fructose corn syrup. Corn is also commonly grown as a feed for livestock.
Corn (Maize), grain, Grade 3. Standard GOST 13634–90
.Non – GMO.
Protein content, min: 8 – 9,5% (ISO);
Moisture content, max: 15% (ISO);
Test Weight, min: 68,0 kg/hl;
Aflatoxin, max: PPB 20,0;
Hectoliters, min: 68 KC;
Foreign Matter, max: 5%;
Grain Admixture, max*: 10% (ISO);
Kernels, max: 6%.
Oil seeds The sunflower needs sunny and very warm summer months with very dry conditions during the ripening of the seeds. Russia is the biggest sunflower producer, followed by the Eastern European countries, Argentina and the European Union. The fat content of ripe sunflower seeds fluctuates between 30 and 45 %. Pressing and extraction are the methods normally used to derive the oil. Sunflower meal is used for animal feed. Limited amounts of sunflower lecithin are used as food emulsifiers.
Crude Sunflower Seed Oil
Color Value, iodine: no more than 25 mg;
Acid Number: no more than 4,0 mg/g;
Impurities: no more than 0,1%;
Moisture and Volatile matter: no more than 0,2%;
Phosphorous-containing substances in recalculation to stearo-oleo-lecithin: no more than 0,6%;
- Temperature of flash of extraction oil: no less than 225° C;
- Contamination of mineral oil/ hydrocarbons in sunflower
oil: up to 50 p.p.m (mg/kg).