||تمام دنیا میں پیداوار۔ (ملین میٹرک ٹن میں)
||A staple food of people in the Americas, Africa, and of مویشی worldwide; often called corn in North America, Australia, and New Zealand. A large portion of maize crops are grown for purposes other than human consumption. It can also be used for indirect human consumption through the production of the Mexican truffle.
||The primary cereal of tropical and some temperate regions. Staple food in most of برازیل (both maize and manioc/کاساوا were once more important and its presence is still stronger in some areas), other parts of لاطینی امریکہ and some other Portuguese-descended cultures, parts of Africa (even more before the Columbian exchange), most of جنوبی ایشیاء and the مشرق بعید. Largely overridden by breadfruit (a dicot tree) during the South Pacific's part of the Austronesian expansion.
||The primary cereal of temperate regions. It has a worldwide consumption but it is a staple food of North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, most of the جنوبی مخروط and much of the مشرق وسطی اعظمی. Wheat gluten-based meat substitutes are important in the Far East (albeit less than tofu) and said to resemble meat texture more than others.
||Grown for malting and مویشی on land too poor or too cold for wheat.
||Important staple food in Asia and Africa and popular worldwide for livestock.
||A group of similar but distinct cereals that form an important staple food in Asia and Africa.
||Popular worldwide as a breakfast food and livestock feed. In human consumption, oats can be served as porridge as oatmeal, although oats could be eaten various different forms other than rolled oats, including unprocessed oats. Oats are commonly mixed with کیلاs in exercise-intensive diets.|
||سردی کے موسم میں اہم۔
||Hybrid of wheat and rye, grown similarly to rye.
||A pseudocereal, as it is in the Polygonaceae family, not Poaceae, used in یوریشیا and to a minor degree the United States and Brazil. Major uses include various pancakes, groats and noodle production.
||Several varieties are grown as food crops in Africa.
||Pseudocereal, traditional to the سلسلہ کوہ انڈیز, but increasingly popular elsewhere.