Bread and noodles made from CPSR have good quality and process tolerance.
This class is great for breads, hearth breads, flat breads and crackers. It has good mixing and fermentation tolerance. Its dough has good handling properties during mixing and processing, along with strong elasticity and extensibility. It produces bread with good loaf volume and crumb structure.
Asian products and pasta
Noodles made with CPSR have exceptional consistency for enjoyable eating. This class has good hydration rates and produces smooth and elastic dough for noodle processing. It can be used to produce pasta with acceptable firmness and colour if the pasta is made from common (non-durum) wheat.
No major adjustments are needed to mill or produce end products when using the 2020 CPSR crop. This medium protein wheat class offers good milling yields and low flour ash content, making it a great choice for various baking, noodle and pasta applications.
Consistent milling performance
High test weight and thousand kernel weight values ensure good milling performance.
Good bread quality
Strong and extensible gluten ensures good dough handling and bread with good loaf volume and crumb structure.
Good noodle quality
Good colour retention in fresh noodles. Cooked noodles have excellent textural properties.
Canada is setting the standard for modern farming practices
Clean, consistent and quality
Through modern farming practices, Canadian farmers can grow strong wheat varieties, use good farm management practices from planting to harvest and on-farm storage. Canada has a natural advantage when it comes to land, water and climate. Through strong science-based regulation from the Canadian Grain Commission (CGC), it sets the high standards for clean, consistent quality grains.
Across the country, agriculture continues to make advancements in farming practices and crop production. Led by Cereals Canada and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, the National Wheat Research priorities have been developed. Through a unique national collaboration of farmers, federal and provincial governments, public research institutions, exporters and processors, this partnership between public and private sectors are committed to delivering innovation in the wheat sector.
Current farm management practices continue to provide a better and healthier farming environment than previous generations. Modern practices like conservation tillage (minimum or zero tillage) helps to capture or sequester carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere to slow or reverse atmospheric CO2 pollution to mitigate and reverse global warming keeping sustainability at the forefront of farming.
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