Basmati Rice

Basmati Rice


Our Basmati Rice is known for its distinctive aroma, long grain, and delicate flavour that is unmatched by any other rice in the world. As a company that has been in the business for many years, we understand the importance of providing our customers with exceptional quality products and services that meet their unique needs.

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Cotton IconBasmati rice is known for its fragrance and unique flavor. It is popularly known as ‘Queen of Rice’ and ‘Pearl of Rice’. All aromatic rice is not basmati rice. India is the largest cultivator, consumer and exporter of basmati rice. India enjoys monopoly over basmati in the world markets.

Indian Basmati is traditionally considered premium.

Cotton IconThe colour of a basmati is translucent, creamy white. Brown Basmati Rice is also available but the most commonly used is white Basmati.

Cotton IconLong Grain. The grain is long (6.61 - 7.5 mm) or very long (more than 7.50 mm and 2 mm breadth).

Cotton IconShape or length-to-width ratio is another criteria to identify basmati rice. This needs to be over 3.0 in order to qualify as basmati.

Cotton IconThe rice elongates almost twice upon cooking but does not fatten much. When cooked the grains elongate (70-120 % over the pre-cooked grain) more than other varieties.

Overall data for Rice exporter
Crop year One year old
Broken 5% (incl 2/3 base)
Damage + pack grains 1%
Whole black/kg NIL
Paddy grains /kg NIL
Minimum Order Quantity 25 MT (1*20ft container)
Max Moisture 14%
Immature 0.7%
Discoloured 1%
Half black /kg 2 grains max
Whiteness 27 minimum