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Non Basmati Rice

We offer a wide range of Non Basmati Rice in the market. Our range of Non Basmati Rice includes IR 8 Non Basmati Rice, IR 64 Non Basmati Rice, PR 11 Non Basmati Rice, PR 106 Non Basmati Rice, Sona Masuri Non Basmati Rice, and Swarna Non Basmati Rice. Our Non Basmati Rice is remarkable for its excellent taste and high nutrition value. It has elongated grain which becomes fluffy after cooking.

Details :

  • Inspection : SGS or any other third Party Inspection Company for Weight and Quality as per Buyer’s requirement.
  • Load ability : 26 MT per 20 FT Container
  • Loading Capacity : 1200 MT PER WEEK
  • Available in : Raw, Parboiled & Steam Form

Additional Information:

Min. Order Quantity 1 X 20 FT Container
Port Mundra Port, Gujarat
Payment Terms L/C, D/P, T/T
Delivery Time 15 to 23 DAYS (* Excluding Container Availability and Ocean Run time)
Packaging Details 5Kg, 10Kg, 20Kg, 40Kg & 50Kg (PP, PE, Jute Bag) (as per Requirement)
 

Description : Indian IR 8 Non Basmati Rice is one of the leading varieties of Non Basmati rice from India. It has been widely acknowledged owing to its excellent cooking properties and the economical prices. This variety of rice is extensively cultivated in the Indo-Genetic plains of eastern India. Harvested under the expert supervision of agri-professionals, it is hygienically processed through advanced techniques.

Average Length : 6.00 MM +.

Available in : Raw, Parboiled & Steam Form and also in 5% 15% 25% & 100% Broken

Description : IR 64 Non Basmati Rice is one of the most exported varieties of long grain non basmati rice with average length of 5.8mm to 6.2mm. Also called Parimal/IR36/Long Grain White Rice.

Available in : Raw, Parboiled & Steam Form and also in 5% 15% 25% & 100% Broken

Description : We are providing high quality PR 11 Non Basmati Rice. The rice is widely used to prepare snacks, noodles and sweets. Further,

Available in : Raw, Parboiled & Steam Form and also in 5% 15% 25% & 100% Broken

Description : PR 106 Non Basmati Rice is Extensively used for making various eatable items, the PR 106 Non Basmati Rice is processed in the most hygiene condition using modernized technology.

Available in : Raw, Parboiled & Steam Form and also in 5% 15% 25% & 100% Broken

Description : Backed by an adroit team of professionals, we supply optimum quality Sona Masuri Non Basmati Rice. Our suppliers process this rice at hygienically maintained processing unit with the aid of ultra-modern equipment and advanced technology. Sona Masuri Non Basmati Rice is widely demanded by our clients for delicious taste and rich nutritional content. Moreover, we are offering the provided range in safe packaging options in order to provide its safer delivery at user’s end.

Available in : Raw, Parboiled & Steam Form and also in 5% 15% 25% & 100% Broken

Description : Description : We are engaged in bringing forth optimum quality Swarna Non Basmati Rice. In the cleaning and processing procedures of this rice, our suppliers use the latest technology and advanced production techniques as per the international standards of quality. Our Swarna Non Basmati Rice has gained huge demand among the clients for its rich aroma, long shelf life, high level of purity and freshness.

Available in : Raw, Parboiled & Steam Form and also in 5% 15% 25% & 100% Broken

100% Broken rice is a grade of rice consisting of grains broken in the milling process. On milling Oryza sativa, commonly known as Asian rice or paddy rice, produces around 50% brown rice then approximately 16% broken rice, 20% husk, 14% bran and meal Further grains break before and after milling in transport. Mechanical separators are used to separate the broken grains from the whole grains. Broken rice may or may not have lower fiber and nutrient content, but generally has a similar energy content to intact rice.

Very small broken rice is called 'brewers' rice', as use by brewers is the traditional industrial use. Due to the different size and shape of the grains, broken rice has a different, softer texture from "unbroken" rice. Broken rice is also used to make starch which is used as laundry starch and in foods, cosmetics and textile manufacture. Broken rice is consumed as part of local cuisine in West Africa, Thailand and elsewhere in South East Asia. Where the broken varieties are often less expensive.