Non Basmati Rice Exporters in Haryana

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Non basmati rice is the variety exported by Basmati Rice Exporters from Haryana worldwide. This is the variety that is cultivated in the Himalayan regions. 

This variety is used in Indian households for daily consumption. It has many nutrients, which is best for daily consumption. 

Non basmati rice is fulfilling all the daily needs of the human body. It is non-gluten on the surface and long to medium grain length. 

Fostering of Non basmati rice

Rice is cultivated in many of the regions. Many of the states from India are cultivating rice and exporting across the globe.

Non basmati rice is also cultivated in the Indian subcontinent. The Northern and Southern states are growing this rice.  

Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Telangana, West Bengal and many other states are cultivating the non basmati rice variety.

Haryana- Rice Bowl of India

The state of Haryana is known as the Rice Bowl of India. The district Karnal is known for its Rice Bowl of Haryana. 

Karnal is the district where more than 100 rice mills were set up. The non basmati rice varieties are also grown in this state. 

Haryana is the blessed land in fostering rice on a large scale. For ages, non basmati rice and its varieties have been supplied in many regions across the globe. 

Countries Consume Non Basmati Rice

The basmati rice exporters and suppliers supply worldwide rice. But, various regions are present that cultivate the non basmati rice.

The Middle East, Gulf countries and African Countries are consuming this rice. 

The complete range of non basmati rice is exported in these regions. But, African countries are the major buyers or consumers of non basmati rice.

Countries like Nigeria, Libya, Ghana, Senegal, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Gambia, Somalia, Benin and many more countries import this rice from India. 

This variety is cheap in price and premium in quality. So African countries are demanding this rice in bulk. The varieties are exported in the 5% broken, 25% broken and 100% broken.

Paddy Cultivation and Storage

Paddy cultivation is the most important step which justifies the further quality of the rice. It is crucial, too, as there are various methods to maintain the quality of the soil. 

Before sowing the rice seeds, it is important to maintain the quality of the soil and nourish the soil to increase fertility. 

Various steps are necessary before sowing the seeds. The steps are as follows: 

Preparation of fields: Rice fields are going to prepare as it is necessary to retain the perfect amount of moisture in the fields. Somehow, the farmers are cultivating the rice in the flooded region as there is easy water availability. 

Relocating the seeds: Transplanting is the method that is done for a faster pace of cultivation. The seeds are relocating from nurseries to the fields in various regions. 

It is done because of the fertility of the soil. The kernels are relocated from the nursery to the fields after 40 days. 

But in countries like Sri Lanka and India, the rice is directly grown from the fields where no transplanting takes place.

Maintaining the fields: The rice is the staple food, but the field requires lots of water for cultivation. The farmers are going to check the quality of the soil after every harvesting season. 

At the time of cultivation, the rice requires lots of water in the fields. But at harvesting, the rice is dried up entirely to separate the grain from the paddy stalks. 

Harvesting the paddy: Paddy harvesting is opposite to cultivating rice seedlings. 

For cutting down the paddy stalk, the farmer used a sharp edge knife or curved knife. This is the traditional method to harvest the paddy. 

Harvesting requires dried-up fields. 

Threshing the paddy stalks: The process includes the long bar to push against the paddy stalk to separate the rice grain. 

This is the traditional method that the Indian farmers use to separate the paddy for further milling. 

After all these steps, another non-grain material will also separate with the various steps followed.

On windy days, the rice is poured from a certain height, and the dust, the stone is separated from the rice grain. 

Further, the paddy is supplied to the rice mill for processing into the various forms of rice.

Different Forms of Rice

Rice is the primary choice of every individual. It is supplied over many regions. 

The non basmati rice paddy is processed by the Indian Basmati Rice Exporters and Millers into various forms. 

Raw: It is the basic form of rice that contains many nutrients. After washing rice, there will be a 60% loss of minerals and nutrients.

Steam: In this form, the rice is steam in the containers in bulk. After this process, the rice enhances its cooking skills. This process makes the rice more efficient in cooking. 

Sella: This is the parboiled rice or converted rice variety. It is the most nutritious variety in which nutrients are packed in the rice grains. 

Golden Sella: The rice grain is golden in colour, which enhances the royal image of the rice. The paddy is converted into golden Sella rice as per the client’s demand. 

All the forms of rice mentioned above are processed in all varieties of non basmati rice.

Milling process

Every rice paddy is processed to get the finely milled rice. There are various steps which include the rice to be milled in many steps.  After threshing, the rice paddy is processed in various forms of rice. The steps are: 

  • Pre-cleaning
  • Hulling
  • Milling
  • Polishing
  • Sorting
  • Grading
  • Weighing
  • Packaging

Pre-cleaning: Cleaning is the process that is necessary before milling the paddy. It is important to clean the paddy from weeds, dust, stone and other foreign material. 

Hulling: It is the process to remove the outer hull from the paddy. As it contains many bacteria harmful to our health. 

But it also contains fibre and starch. Brown rice is the only rice where the outer hull is not removed as it is processed with the outer hull. 

Milling: It is the process that is used to separate the grain from the unwanted material. This is done with the help of machinery using the roller cutter to discard the material from the rice grain. 

Milling comprises the distinct types of machinery and the operative labour. It is the step that gives the fine grain. After these steps, there will be more chances to enhance the texture and consistency of the rice. 

Polishing: After the milling process, the rice is polished to increase the whiteness. It enhances the image of the rice grain effectively. 

Sorting: The non basmati rice exporters’ deal in the various varieties, which are completely sorted with the help of machinery. The rice is sorted in various terms, like the train is light yellow and discoloured. 

This is done with the help of Sortex machinery from Satake and Buhler Company. It is capital intensive work that increases the quality of the rice grain. 

Grading: The rice is separated from the other unwanted grain like broken grain or damaged grain. If the grain is head broken or discolours from the other grain, then it will separate from the gross quantity of the rice. 

The Indian Non Basmati Rice Millers and Manufacturer is checking out all the quality parameters before supplying the rice grain.

Weighing: After all the steps followed in the rice milling properly. The weight is done as per the packaging. 

Packaging or Storage

Packaging and storage is the most relevant and difficult task to handle. The basmati rice exporters and millers are storing the paddy in jute bags.

The rice is also stored in the containers like 

  • Metal containers 
  • Jute Bags 
  • Grain silos
  • Earthen Containers 
  • Gunny bags 

The paddy is stored in the infection-free environment. Regular pest control is necessary to keep the warehouse free from any insects, rodents and rats. 

After milling, the packaging will be done in the PP bags to retain the freshness. It is important as the air and moisture harm the quality of the rice. 

The packaging of the rice is done in various kinds of packaging like

  • Plastic bags
  • Plastic jars 
  • Jute bags
  • PP bags 

These all kinds of bags lock the moisture level, which retains the natural freshness of the rice until it reaches the customer. 

Varieties Exported

Non-basmati rice is the most demanding rice in African countries. There are various varieties that the non basmati rice exporters supply from India. 

Various varieties are finely milled and exported across the globe. Non basmati rice is processed in various forms as mentioned above are:

  • Raw
  • Steam
  • Sella 
  • Golden Sella

Non basmati rice varieties are:

  • PR11 Rice
  • PR14 Rice
  • IR 64/36 Rice
  • Sharbati Rice

PR11 Rice: This is the variety of non basmati rice which is going to supply by the Non basmati rice manufacturer. It has a delectable taste and authentic aroma in raw as well as the cooked state. 

This variety is processed in various forms like:

  • PR11 Raw Rice
  • PR11 Steam Rice 
  • PR11 Sella Rice 
  • PR11 Golden Sella Rice 

PR14 rice: It is the long-grain variety of non basmati rice. This rice has an aromatic fragrance and authentic taste. It is demanded across the globe because of its non-sticky texture. 

This variety is processed in various forms like:

  • PR14 Raw Rice
  • PR14 Steam Rice 
  • PR14 Sella Rice 
  • PR14 Golden Sella Rice 

IR64/36 Rice: This is the variety which is available in 5% broken, 25% broken and 100% broken. African countries demand this rice because it is cheap in prices and premium in quality. 

This rice is available in various forms like:

  • IR64/36 Raw Rice
  • IR64/36 Sella Rice
  • IR64/36 Parmal Sella Rice

Sharbati Rice: This variety of non basmati rice is suggested as per its name “Sharbati”. It has a naturally sweet fragrance. The rice is long to medium grain variety supplied worldwide as per the client’s demand. 

  • Sharbati Raw Rice
  • Sharbati Steam Rice
  • Sharbati Sella Rice
  • Sharbati Golden Sella Rice 

There are more varieties than the Non basmati rice Exporters are supplying as per needs. The variety is also grown in the different regions of the Himalayan ranges. 

The varieties are as follows:

  • Sona Masoori Rice
  • Jeera Samba Rice
  • 100% Broken Rice
  • Ponni Rice
  • Kranti Rice
  • IR64 Rice
  • IR 8 Rice
  • Matta Rice

Ask for Sample

If you want to buy the quality rice of non-basmati, you can contact SK Exports (rice exporters. co). The company is certified and trustworthy in terms of supplying grain. 

The complete range of non basmati rice is available. You can check the details over social media handles. If you want to buy, contact the Given Mail Id (info@shagroindia.com)or WhatsApp no (+919818717996) and ask for a sample. 

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