Canada Releases its 2022 New Wheat Crop Report

Cereals Canada



WINNIPEG, MB, Nov. 24, 2022 /PRNewswire=KYODO JBN/ --


Each fall, farmers work against the clock to harvest their wheat crops. It's

then up to the technical staff at Cereals Canada and the Canadian Grain

Commission (CGC) to assess the quality of the crop and provide the information

to global customers of Canadian cereals through a jointly released New Crop



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"The New Wheat Crop Report provides our customers with the technical data on

what they can expect from this year's crop," states Dean Dias, Chief Executive

Officer of Cereals Canada. "The 2022 report was released today and we are

pleased to share that Canada has excellent quality in all wheat classes."


A high proportion of the 2022 wheat crop has graded in the top two grades, with

high protein content across all Canadian wheat classes.


   --Over 90% of the CWRS (Canada Western Red Spring) crop has graded No. 1 and

     No. 2, with protein content higher than average.


   --80% of CWAD (Canada Western Amber Durum) has graded No. 1 and No. 2, with

     protein content higher than average.


   --Over 90% of CPSR (Canada Prairie Spring Red) has graded No. 1 and No. 2,

     with good protein content.


   --99% of CESRW (Canada Eastern Soft Red Winter) graded No. 2 or above with

     consistent high falling numbers and excellent quality.


Following the drought conditions that reduced Canadian wheat production in

2021, 2022 production returned to above average volumes. This year, Canada grew

34.7 million tonnes of wheat, an increase of 55% from last year.


"Canadian agriculture supplies consistent, sustainable, high-quality cereals to

help support food security at home and around the globe," says Dias.  


The New Crop Report is prepared and presented in partnership with the CGC,

value chain members, and provincial grower commissions. This fall, Cereals

Canada received harvest assessment samples from nine grain exporters. The CGC

reviewed samples provided by growers in Western Canada, while the Ontario wheat

was reviewed by the Grain Farmers of Ontario.


In the coming weeks, the 2022 New Wheat Crop Report will be shared in-person

when a delegation representing the cereals value chain travels to over 15

countries in Asia, Latin America, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.  


"It's important to keep our customers around the world informed on the quality

they can expect as they make their purchasing decisions," adds Dias. "The

quality of Canadian wheat continues to be great."


Visit Cereals Canada – 2022 New Crop Report


to learn more about Canada's 2022 New Wheat Crop and download the 2022 Crop



WATCH: Cereals Canada CEO Dean Dias and Doug Chorney, Chief Commissioner,

Canadian Grain Commission, introduce the 2022 New Wheat Crop Report



Cereals Canada is the national, not-for-profit, industry association

representing the Canadian cereal grains value chain. We value relationships and

work with government and stakeholders to provide timely, expert technical

information and deliver best-in-class customer experience. We are dedicated to

supporting the Canadian cereals value chain including farmers, exporters,

developers, processors, and our customers around the world with a focus on

trade, science, and sustainability.


Ellen Pruden, Director of Communications, E:,



SOURCE: Cereals Canada