Product - Rice
Parboiled rice is rice that has been boiled in the husk. Parboiling makes rice easier to process by hand, improves its nutritional profile, and changes its texture. Parboiling rice drives nutrients, especially thiamine, from the bran into the grain, so that parboiled white rice is nutritionally similar to brown rice. Because of this, parboiling was adopted by North American rice growers in the early 20th century. The process of parboiling itself, however, is more than two thousand years old and believed to have originated in the Persian Gulf.
The raw rice breakfast comes to us from Asian medicine and is useful in regulating and supporting healing of the gut. It activates the cephalic phase of digestion which primes the digestive juices and results in more efficient digestion and absorption of nutrients. The effects of eating a raw rice breakfast make it a useful adjunct in the treatment of constipation, loose stools, flatulence (gas), bloating, “poor” or “weak” digestion, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcers, diverticulitis, and possibly Crohn’s disease, lupus, leaky gut, or other conditions where digestive function is impaired.
Steamed rice refers to rice that has been cooked either by steaming or boiling. Steamed rice includes any variant, including short, medium, and long grain rice. The secret is to steam the rice. Steam rice became one of beauty ingredient that has been used since the days of the ancestors.
Basmati rice is a kind of rice which has special aroma and flavor. These characteristics are attributed to specific harvesting, processing and geographical locations. There are several varieties of basmati rice, which are quoted on different prices based on specific characteristics and locations. It is used for consumption as a premier variety of rice and has traditional significance in some cultures. India and Pakistan are the main producers of this variant of rice. India is the largest producer and exporter of basmati rice. Its various varieties are Kasturi, Haryana, Safidon, super basmati etc. The price of basmati rice is affected by the seasonal output and import demands.