|Commodity||Sona Masuri Rice (Steam/Raw)|
|Origin||Andhra pradesh, India|
|Damaged Kernels||2% Max.|
|Crop Year||Current Year|
|Free from||Infestation, fungus, dyes and colouring chemicals|
|Red and Red Streaked||1% Max|
|Broken Ratio||5%, max|
|Yellow Kernels||2% Max.|
|Chalky Grain||2% Max|
|Milling Degree||Well milled and single or double polished as per needs.|
|Packing||Standard in 20 Kg, 25 Kg or 50 Kg new PP Bags|
|Min. Order Quantity||10 Ton|
|Delivery Time||15 days|
Rice is an excellent source of energy, especially energy-giving carbohydrates, which are used in the body for brain performance, physical activity, bodily functions and everyday growth and repair. After carbohydrate, protein is the second most abundant constituent of rice. When compared to that of other grains, rice protein is considered one of the highest quality proteins. Rice is low in fat and cholesterol free. An ideal commodity which is also the staple diet of over 70% of world’s population is widely consumed for its rich carbohydrates and essential vitamins.
Sona Masoori (also, Sona Masuri, Samba Masuri, BPT 5204 and many others) is a medium-grain rice grown largely in the Indian States of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. In the State of Andhra Pradesh, in native Telugu language, this variety rice is called as Bangaru Theegalu (meaning ‘Golden Ivy’). Sona Masoori rice is lightweight, aromatic and form one of the staple diet for varied natives. This premium quality rice is consumed locally and exported to Middle Eastern European and South Asian countries and has a fan following for its taste and aroma that lasts its lifetime.