WHEAT is a cereal grain that is a worldwide staple food. Its scientific name is Triticum. It is chiefly used in Bread, Baked Items, Cakes, Crackers, and Pasta. Wheat is the major grain crop produced in Western Australia making up 65% of annual grain production and generating $2-3 billion for the state economy each year. Typically, 70% of Australian wheat production is exported. Indonesia is currently Australia's biggest wheat export market, buying an estimated 4.2 MMT of Australian wheat each year. Wheat fiber is well recognized for its role in health. Eating grains may help reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. It improves your metabolism. RICE is another cereal grain most widely consumed staple food for over half of the world’s human population. Australia produces rice in Queensland, Western Australia, and Northern Territory. Australian farmers produce the most water-efficient rice in the world. White rice is the most common type, though brown rice offers more health benefits. It contains vitamins and minerals. Australia exports an average of 350,000 tones per year of rice between 2010 to 2011 and 2019 to 2020. In recent years 74% of the crop was exported. PULSES are the edible seeds from a legume plant. Pulses include beans, lentils, and peas. They are a cheap low-fat source of protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals, and iron. Grading specifications, export contract standards, and a highly effective traceability system ensure that consumers everywhere can trust the quality and safety of Australian products. One of the joys of staying home is being able to cook and eat how you please, while this may seem difficult during quarantine, there is really no need to panic. Access to all cereals remains just as available as it was before the outbreak.