Kazakstan has claimed the honour of being the birthplace of Apples but is now popular for producing some of the finest quality wheat the world has ever seen.
Common wheat was first domesticated in Western Asia during the early Holocene, and spread from there to North Africa, Europe and East Asia in the prehistoric period. Wheat first reached North America with Spanish missions in the 16th century.
Worldwide, bread wheat has proved well adapted to modern industrial baking, and has displaced many of the other wheat, barley, and rye species that were once commonly used for bread making, particularly in Europe.
Wheat mostly grown on the Northern Regions of Kazakhstan mainly due to the fact that climate conditions tend to be favourable. The Southern region are favourable for the cultivation of cotton, sugar beet, rice, yellow tobacco, orchards and vineyards.
We have dedicated tie-ups with major wheat growing farmers of premium quality of Soft Wheat for making bread.
Wheat in Kazakhstan is harvested only once a year in September - October.
Delivery by train available to many other locations such as Turkey, Uzbekistan and many more.
Usual minimum order 5,000 Metric Tons in bulk.
Who We Are
KazWheat is the trading name for KaluVeda Limited in the UK and are agents for wheat grain throughout the world from Kazakhstan which is the sixth largest wheat producer in the world.
We have dedicated tie-ups with major wheat growing farmers from Northern Regions of the country, particularly in Akmola and Kostanay. That’s where our premium quality of wheat comes from, especially soft wheat for making bread which is popular around the world.
Dry weather conditions with sufficient temperature indices allows Northern Kazakhstan to grow wheat with high protein content (14%), high gluten content (to 25-28%), sufficient natural weight (to 78.3 kg/hl), and high falling number.
Vitaly has been in the Wheat industry since 1992 with dedicated tie-ups with major wheat growing farmers (including extended family). Passionate about Wheat and Kazakstan's place in the world as a major Wheat exporter, Vitaliy ensures that buyer's expectations are always exceeded.
Originally from Northern Region of Kazakhstan (Where Kazakhstan's Wheat is produced), studied International Business in the UK and now lives in London. Now meets with clients to do business around the world. KaluVeda was registered in the UK where Kalu means Pure and Veda means Life.