We all know that the food is an important part of our daily lives. The food and agriculture industry has been growing exponentially and as overloaded as it is – the marketplace will become even more demanding in time as population continues to grow and evolve.
Types of grains and the effect on us
There are 2 types of grain – one that is easier to get and is available to everyone, usually a lot of investment is needed for it to give any positive results. For instance, we are going to invest in workers who will take more time – thus more money, and the chances for it to grow are lower, as it is not manipulated nor, will it give a big enough crop. Best way to avoid this is to ask for a sample or if possible, purchase a better-quality grain that can be grown and is not easily affected by the climate. In certain countries, the extremely rainy weather during the autumn can affect the growing process – and in certain cases, completely ruin the product – thus lowering down the chances for it to grow.
When dealing with good quality grain, the size is much bigger – and of course, the resistance to various sorts of factors, like: the weather, insects and chemicals – will not be an issue. If we look at big food chains – we can notice that they are always making sure to use only the utmost quality product so that the costs are being held under control. Germination of the grain will give us a chance to test the product and inform our potential investors, while we are not forced to use chemicals nor the man force.
How to ensure that supply meets demand
Perhaps the best way for us to utilize both type of these or the final product that we are going to export, we can offer low, medium and high-quality grains. The package can sell the product, even though it might not be the best potential sale – we can offer a lot of it, to avoid low sales. The plants will become resistant to destruction and have a much lower amount of chemicals which most people are using to decrease their costs – thus making it healthier for human or animal consumption. If we take bread as an example, we will notice that it can stay fresh much longer – as well as the contents of it – when speaking about the supplements such as: proteins, gluten, energy (calories) and final stage of the product.