Indian Triticale Exporter

Triticale is a hybrid cross of wheat and rye. It can be used as a grain, feed, fuel, forage, wildlife food-plot, cover crop, and so on. The Triticale exporter in India exports tones of Triticale to various countries in the world. Due to the diverse uses and benefits of the crop, Triticale export from India has been growing over the years. The Indian Triticale exporter is now exporting increasing amounts of Triticale abroad each year. The Triticale export from India includes the export of various varieties of the crop.

Global Market Demand

Triticale is a man-made hybrid and thus has many advantages. For instance, it benefits from having the disease resistance of rye, coupled with the seed and forage quality of wheat. Therefore, the global market demand for Triticale has increased recently. The Triticale exporter in India exports premium quality Triticale to different parts of the world. Due to its excellent resistance to plant diseases and viruses, Triticale import from India is predicted to grow even in the coming years.


Product Name Triticale
Origin Scotland and Germany
Family Poaceae
Binomial name Triticosecale


Nutrients Calories 336
Total Carbohydrate - 72g
Dietary Fiber - 0g
Minerals Calcium
Vitamins Vitamin D
Protein 13 g
Fats 2.1g

Uses & Benefits

Uses :

  • Culinary Triticale is used in grain milling. It can be milled into flour using wheat or rye flour-milling processes.
  • Culinary Whole and refined triticale are used for making baking products such as different types of bread, oriental noodles, soft wheat products, and so on.
  • Culinary Some varieties of triticales can also produce dense and flatbread at special bread-making conditions, such as low mixing speed and reduced fermentation time.