T. Randall Fortenbery1
Wheat markets on the Asian continent represent the most important destinations for U.S. wheat—both by volume and value.
Asia is a globally important source of grain supply and demand, and its demand for grain is continuing to grow.
Rusty C. Bautista1,2 and Paul Allen Counce3
Rice is grown over much of the world and provides more calories directly to human beings than any other cereal.
Craig F. Morris,1 Douglas A. Engle,2 and Alecia M. Kiszonas2
Whereas hard kernel wheats are used for yeast-leavened breads, soft wheats are used for cookies, cakes, and confections.
Larisa Cato2 and Daniel Mullan3
Breeding new wheat varieties for Australian Noodle Wheat (ANW) and Australian Prime White Noodle (APWN) classes requires great understanding of the processing and end-product quality requirements suited for these wheat types.
Ashok K. Sarkar1
Asia represents one of the largest and most diversified markets for wheat products.
Ross Kingwell2 and Chris Carter3
Southeast Asia is the largest and fastest growing destination for global wheat exports and is projected to attract 27.6 Mt of wheat from Canada, the United States, Argentina, the Black Sea region, and Australia in 2019–2020.
Melissa Fitzgerald and Venea Dara Daygon
When a new variety of rice is released from a breeding program, it must undergo two major stages to determine whether it will persist.
Meng Niu1 and Gary G. Hou2,3
Whole grains and their products have existed or been introduced worldwide, but there are still some challenges facing researchers and food manufacturers.
Jing Lan,1 Yingying Guo,1 Xiangdong Sun,1 Lin Zhao,1 and Bin Xiao Fu2,3
The traditional Chinese dumpling, jiaozi, has a long history and is widely consumed in East and Southeast Asian countries.
Global Food Systems / Product Development & Innovation
Global Food Systems / Cereal Foods
Global Food Systems / Processing