Buckwheat is one of the popular grain crops common in Russia. That is why our country is a supplier of buckwheat to the CIS countries, the European Union, Asia and the USA. Our company delivers grains by road and cargo ships.


In cooking, several types of cereals are known: prodel – chopped grains, unground – whole grain and crushed unground – Smolensk groats. On an industrial scale, grain is used for the production of flour, bread, pancakes, cakes, pancakes are baked. Cosmetology uses buckwheat in ointments, masks, poultices; flour is added to remedies for boils and eczema, as well as other skin diseases. Flour can also be used in baby powders.


Buckwheat seeds contain calcium, iron, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, iodine, fluorine, cobalt, molybdenum, a lot of vitamins: B1, B2, folic acid B9, E, PP and others. According to the content of methionine and lysine, buckwheat is significantly ahead of all other cereal crops. Due to the small amount of carbohydrates, buckwheat products are easily and slowly absorbed by the body (the indicator corresponds to 78%), which has made the grain very popular among those who want to lose weight. From “buckwheat” they cook cereals, puddings, side dishes, make cutlets and even add to soups.

Buckwheat, also known as edible buckwheat or common buckwheat, is a valuable cereal crop and is most often used in cooking for its intended purpose – as a porridge or side dish. Modern industry uses buckwheat grains in medical preparations and cosmetology. Seeds are often purchased to feed songbirds.


Russia occupies one of the leading places in the world in terms of the volume of buckwheat grown. Grain from our country is successfully exported to Europe, Asia, the countries of the Middle East and the USA.