|Min Order Quantity||1x20FCL /|
|Supply Ability||3,000MT per Month|
|Delivery Lead Time||15days|
Color: white (light brown)
Cultivation Type: common
Impurity: 0.1% max
Cooking time: 20-30 mins
Shelf life: 2 years
Lead time: 15days
Payment terms: 50%deposit in advance,balance paid against copy of BOL.
Packing: 25kgs/50kgs PP woven bag and small packages can be customized.
Supply ability: 3000MT/Month
Place of origin: Hebei,China
Oats, known scientifically as Avena sativa, are a hardy cereal grain able to withstand poor soil conditions in which other crops are unable to thrive. Their fortitude seems to be transferred to those who consume this nutrient-rich grain. After all, when we think of a satisfying and enriching way to start the day, one that gives us strength and lasting energy, we oftentimes relish the thought of a hot bowl of oatmeal.
Oats gain part of their distinctive flavor from the roasting process that they undergo after being harvested and cleaned. Although oats are then hulled, this process does not strip away their bran and their germ allowing them to retain a concentrated source of their fiber and nutrients. Different types of processing are then used to produce the various types of oat products, which are generally used to make breakfast cereals, baked goods and stuffings:
Oat groats: unflattened kernels that are good for using as a breakfast cereal or for stuffing
Steel-cut oats: featuring a dense and chewy texture, they are produced by running the grain through steel blades that thinly slices them.
Old-fashioned oats: have a flatter shape that is the result of their being steamed and then rolled.
Quick-cooking oats: processed like old-fashioned oats, except they are cut finely before rolling
Instant oatmeal: produced by partially cooking the grains and then rolling them very thin. Oftentimes, sugar, salt and other ingredients are added to make the finished product.
Oat bran: the outer layer of the grain that resides under the hull. While oat bran is found in rolled oats and steel-cut oats, it may also be purchased as a separate product that can be added to recipes or cooked to make a hot cereal.
Oat flour: used in baking, it is oftentimes combined with wheat or other gluten-containing flours when making leavened bread.
About our factory:
Our factory is located in Zhangjiakou City Hebei province of China where is named as "China oat township". The production capacity in our city occupy 70% of whole China oat markets.
Our factory can produce 10,000MT annually.
We welcome your coming to our factory and hope to do long term business with your company.
Business Registry Number: 120-86-03931