Canadian Oat

Canadian Oat Producer, Supplier and Exporter

Bennett's Seed is a leading Canadian producer, supplier, and exporter of high-quality oats. The company specializes in providing a range of oat products, including whole oats, steel-cut oats, and oatmeal. Bennett's Seed is committed to quality, and sources its oats from the best farms in Canada. The company's state-of-the-art processing facilities ensure that the end product is consistent and of the highest quality.

Bennett's Seed Exporter

Oats exported from Canada are typically packed in large bags or totes for shipment. The packaging type depends on the importer's specific needs and requirements.

Canada is the most significant oat exporter in the world, with 75% of the global market.

Canada is indeed one of the largest oat exporters in the world. Canada is known for producing high-quality oats and has a significant role in the global oat market. According to the Canadian Grain Commission, Canada is the world's second-largest producer of oats, with Saskatchewan and Manitoba being the largest oat-producing provinces. Canada exports oats to various countries, including the United States, Mexico, Japan, and China.

We produce and export several varieties of Canadian oats

Canada produces several varieties of oats, each with unique characteristics and uses. Here are some of the most common types of oats grown in Canada:

Canadian Western Red Spring (CWRS) Oats:
These are the most common type of oats grown in Western Canada and are known for their high-quality, plump kernels and excellent milling and baking properties.
Canadian Prairie Oats:
This variety is grown mainly in Saskatchewan and is known for its high yields and excellent nutritional value.
Hulless Oats:
These oats have a soft hull that is easily removed during processing, making them popular for human consumption. They are often used to make oatmeal and other cereal products.
Feed Oats:
This variety is grown for animal feed and has lower quality and lower prices compared to other types of oats.

Canadian Organic Oats

Organic oats are a type of oats that are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers. Instead, organic oat farmers rely on natural pest control methods and soil management practices to maintain the health of their crops.

To be certified as organic in Canada, farmers must follow strict guidelines set out by the Canadian Organic Standards, which specify the types of inputs that can be used in organic production and the management practices that must be employed. Organic farmers must also maintain detailed records of their production practices, and their operations are subject to regular inspections to ensure compliance with organic standards.

Where do we export our products?

Canada is a major exporter of oats, and its exports are shipped to many countries worldwide. Here are some of the top importers of Canadian oats:

The United States: The United States is the largest importer of Canadian oats, accounting for over half of Canada's total oat exports. Canadian oats are used in various food products in the US, including breakfast cereals, oatmeal, and granola bars.

Mexico: Mexico is the second-largest importer of Canadian oats. Canadian oats are used in a variety of food products in Mexico, including breakfast cereals, baked goods, and snacks.

Japan: Japan is a significant importer of Canadian oats, primarily for use in animal feed.

China: China has become a major importer of Canadian oats in recent years, with demand driven by the growing popularity of oat-based foods.

South Korea: South Korea is a growing market for Canadian oats, with demand driven by the popularity of oatmeal and other oat-based products.

In addition to these countries, Canadian oats are exported to many other countries worldwide, including the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and several countries in the Middle East and North Africa.

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