Key Programs and Services

The Wheat Marketing Center (WMC) is one of the technical crossroads of the international wheat industry, providing technical training and grower workshops, innovative research, product development, and crop quality testing services. WMC focuses on promoting U.S. wheat by demonstrating its quality and functionality in Asian noodles, crackers and biscuits, tortillas and flatbread, and other baked products. Pilot scale production lines (pictured above), state-of-the-art quality testing equipment, and rich technical expertise provide great value to our state wheat commission partners, wheat industry stakeholders, and millers and food manufacturers around the world.

WMC Courses & Registration

  1. Oklahoma Growers’ Workshop

    July 24, 2019 @ 8:00 am - July 27, 2019 @ 5:00 pm
  2. Flatbreads & Tortillas

    August 7, 2019 @ 8:30 am - August 8, 2019 @ 5:00 pm
  3. Trend Spotting

    October 2, 2019 @ 8:30 am - October 3, 2019 @ 4:00 pm

Videos & Podcasts

BAKED in Science S2E32: What’s the Most Important Aspect of Flour?

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Lab Equipment Videos


Texture Analyzer


Tandoori Oven

Buhler Mill

Volume Meter

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News and Updates

> Download the 2018-19 WMC Annual Report

This Week at WMC: Week of June 17th

Erica Oakley from USW/Arlington joins us for two days for an in-depth look at crop quality analysis. Erica leads the annual reporting project for USW. WMC will participate in the Time to Market Showcase at the Food Innovation Center. Together with Shepherd’s Grain and Camus Country Mills, we will offer samples of delicious baked goods and wheat education. We will also host our charter partner Port of Portland for a tour later this week.

Partner of the Month: June 2019

This month we recognize USW/Mexico and USW/China for all their efforts to promote US wheat exports in a challenging trade environment.  The Mexico Wheat Trade Conference, being held in early June, recognizes the importance of Mexico as a top customer and examines various issues affecting the trade relationship. Wheat exports to China have been interrupted by the imposition of tariffs by both countries, but USW/China maintains relationships with key customers in anticipation of resolving the dispute. The Contracting for Wheat Value Workshop, being held at WMC in early June, is one example of these efforts.


2019 YTD Activity at Wheat Marketing Center

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Course Participants
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AS OF MAY 2019