Non-Basmati Rice

Indian Non-Basmati varieties of rice are long and mid sized grain economic varieties with aromatic fragrance and rich flavors. There are a number of varieties viz. IR-36, IR-64, Sona Masoori, Swarna etc.. India is the world’s largest exporter of rice with demand coming from almost every region of the world with USA, Middle east and African nations being at the top. Its consumed in different ways viz. Parboiled, Raw, Steamed and Brown.

Physical Attributes

  • Color: White
  • Shape: Long and Small ( Different with varieties)
  • Size: 5 mm + to 7.8 mm +
  • Packing: 20 kg, 30 kg, 50 kg, Customized
  • Type: PP Bags
  • Taste: Wonderful and Aromatic
  • Process: Parboiled, Raw, Steamed, Brown
  • Cooking time: Parboiled- 11 minutes, Raw- 8 Minutes


  • Preparation of steamed rice
  • Biryani
  • Pulao and other dishes
  • Further processing for products like Poha etc.

Who can use

  • Households
  • Restaurants, Catering companies, Mess
  • Super Markets, Hypermarkets
  • Importers, Wholesalers and retailers
  • Food Processing companies for manufacturing other snacks
  • Others..

Shipping Information

  • Container: 20 Ft Standard container
  • Quantity: 25 MT per container


Rice (Oryza sativa) is a seed of the plant which is native to Asian subcontinent. It is the third largest crop cultivated and consumed worldwide and used as a staple food by most of the world’s population. India, since ancient times is known for its quality of Basmati rice cultivated at the foot hills of Himalayas. With its long grains and scintillating aroma, its exported worldwide and is the most exported Agricultural commodity from India. People use it in different ways in different regions with Gulf regions love the Veg or meat Biryani. The most widely available varieties of Non-Basmati rice are IR-36, IR-64, Sona Masoori, Swarna. These are differentiated by their aroma, grain size and expansion of grain size after cooking. For more detailed information about rice, please click HERE.

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