Wheat is described as the major cereal crop grown in many countries overall the world.

Wheat falls into two categories: hard, generally suitable for milling (flour) ; and soft, usually used for distilling animal feed and biscuit making.

See also:
"Wheat" is in the NAICS Code "111140"
  (Wheat FarmingWheat farming, field and seed production)


"Wheat" is in the CPC Code "0111"
  Wheat and meslin

"Wheat" is in the HS Code "1001"
  Wheat And Meslin.

"Wheat" is in the UNSPSC Code "10151601"
  Wheat seeds

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