Rice

Basmati rice has been reported in India since the early days of the 19th Century though it may have been named differently. Basmati is a variety of long grain rice which is traditionally from India. Its also called Oryza Sativa. Indian Basmati Rice is one of the famous worldwide for its quality and aroma.

Dehraduni Basmati Rice

This premium basmati variety known as the “mother as all basmati” is distinguished by it’s amazing flavor, fragrance and elongation. The Dehraduni variety is what elevated basmati rice to one of the world’s most recognized and best-loved rices. True Basmati Rice is difficult to cultivate which has lead most producers to grow lower quality hybrids which now flood today’s markets. Grown in the remote Doon Valley of Uttarakhand in India, this is truly an exceptional heirloom rice with a flavor and texture superior to almost any rice available in the US. The aroma reminds us of lightly buttered popcorn and the texture is light and fluffy. It is grown at an altitude of 400-600 m above sea level. Pure, soft and tasty, the aroma of this rice is simply unparalleled. The grain size is small but it elongates more than twice after cooking.

TARAOURI BASMATI

Taraouri Basmati is a tall variety of improved tradtional rice. It is grown at an altitude of 400- 600 m above sea level.

This finest long grain Aromatic Basmati Rice from world famous Taraori Basmati growing region of Haryana, India. Agro-climatic conditions of Taraori are particularly suited to impart unique characteristics, distinct aroma, traditional flavour and extra length to the Basmati Rice.

Taraori Basmati HBC-19 is a landmark Basmati rice variety having great popularity in Taraori local agricultural region. This Basmati rice variety having Basmati quality traits Introgression from traditional Basmati Rice PB-370, PB 386. PB 370, PB 386 is the oldest basmati rice variety cultivated since 1933. While Taraori Basmati HBC-19 is created in 1996. Name of this rice variety is on the name of a small city having Asia’s largest grain market.

PUSA BASMATI RICE

Pusa Basmati 1121 (PB 1121) is a landmark Basmati rice variety having Basmati quality traits introgressed from traditional Basmati varieties such as Basmati 370 and Type 3. ... Additionally, it has been widely used in the Basmati rice breeding program across India, because of its superior quality attributes.Pusa Basmati 1121 Basmati rice available in 2 varities so called white and golden Basmati rice. Most of rice supply in India is through Westway food and Spices, Punjab.

RED RICE

Ghadwali red rice, more popularly known as Laal Chawal, is organically grown in the Purola region of Uttarakhand. This extremely nutritious rice comes with a firm texture and a nutty flavour and requires the same cooking time as that of white rice.

The heavy rain in the high altitude Himalayan valleys is partly responsible for its firm texture and interesting flavour. Cooking this rice with the husk on is going to incorporate a considerable amount of Vitamin B1 or Thiamine into your diet. Nowadays lots of health conscious people prefer to mix white rice with red rice for a real nutritious meal. The crunchy texture and the strong flavour of this rice are sure to go with any side dishes.

A perfect substitute for white rice or brown rice, the Himalayan red rice is also an important source of fibres, minerals and anti-oxidants. Being organically cultivated in the lush Himalayan valleys of Uttarakhand, the red rice is sure to boost your daily dose of nutrition. The red rice is also helpful for patients with high blood sugar level.

If you are bored of having white rice or the typical brown rice then make sure to check out the organically grown Himalayan red rice.

BLACK RICE

Black rice is indigenous to north-east India and is extensively grown in Odisha, West Bengal and Jharkhand. It is commonly eaten in Manipur because of its medicinal value. Called chak-hao, meaning rice ( chak) which is delicious ( ahaoba), black rice is eaten during traditional feasts.

Since black rice doesn't undergo any refining or processing, it is able to retain its antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Black rice also contains important antioxidant- Vitamin E, which is useful in maintaining eye, skin, and immune health.