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Varieties of Rice – Brown, Regular, Red Rice & Black Rice.
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Unstrained barley water is a delicious, simple, and refreshing way to get a hearty dose of fiber, vitamins, and minerals.
Whole grains like brown basmati rice is High in Fibre and low in Glycemic Index (GI). Good for heart and blood sugar.
Our most celebrated product, loved by all of our clients.
Post cooking these grains become slender and long. Each grain falls separate and doesn’t stick.
Hence, ideal for Biryani, Pulao and to consume daily.
A different variety of Basmati not much known in commercial market as it’s cultivation is limited to very few farms of Haryana.
This broken grain of basmati is ideal for Jeera Rice, Khichdi, etc. and for daily use.
Ambe Mohar is popular due to it’s aroma which can be appreciated when the rice is cooked.
Slightly sticky post cooking but makes a meal great, with a portion in your plate.
Also known as Forbidden rice, from pesticide free farms of Assam.
Black rice contains lots of fiber that is good for maintaining our digestive health.
When it comes to soft and tasty idli and dosa this rice offers the best batter for your kitchen.
Its Aroma and Sticky texture is popular in Maharashtra.
No Maharashtrian meal is complete without “Varan Bhat” meaning “Dal and Rice” not without this rice.
Most preferred rice by Indians, used daily in majority of homes.
Make Khichdi, Jeera rice, Kheer, Idli’s, etc. as per your culinary skills.
Red rice from Konkan region sourced from Chemical & Pesticide free farms.
It has many health benefits with the bran being intact.