Table of Contents
- Cultivation of Non Basmati Rice
- Varieties of Non Basmati Rice Grown in India
- Major Exporting Countries
- Major Importing Countries
- Varieties Exported by Indian Non Basmati Rice Exporters
- Specification of non basmati rice after milling
- Milling Process by Indian Non Basmati Rice Exporters and Millers
- Storage or Warehousing
- Machinery for Milling
- What is the equipment for rice quality check?
- How to check the rice quality?
- Pesticide Free Non Basmati Rice
- Ask For Samples
Non basmati rice is one of the premium varieties of rice. The Non basmati rice exporters in India are serving these varieties across the globe.
This variety of rice is consumed in a daily routine. It has essential vitamins and minerals which give various health benefits to the eaters.
Non basmati rice varieties are milled and processed in various forms by the Indian Rice Millers in India.
The various properties of the rice make it the foremost choice of every individual.
It is less expensive than basmati rice and used for daily consumption in various regions.
Cultivation of Non Basmati Rice
Non basmati rice is cultivated in the Northern and Southern regions of the Indian subcontinent.
Punjab, Haryana (Rice Bowl of India), Uttar Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Maharashtra, Assam, Orissa, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra Pradesh are the major states.
The non basmati rice is majorly cultivated in West Bengal, Orissa, and Tamil Nadu.
Varieties of Non Basmati Rice Grown in India
Basmati rice is consumed over many regions and supplied too. This is the variety that is used in various regions.
The Non basmati rice varieties are as follows:
- Sona Masoori Rice
- Jeera Samba Rice
- 100% Broken Rice
- Ponni Rice
- Kranti Rice
- IR64 Rice
- IR 8 Rice
- Matta Rice
- Idli Rice
These are the varieties of non basmati rice. Every variety has different grain sizes, and some are round, some are broken, etc.
Major Exporting Countries
The Indian Non Basmati Rice Exporters deals in various varieties as it serves authentic taste and quality.
The major exporting countries are as follows: Nigeria, Benin, Ghana, Senegal, Gambia, Guinea, Libya, Angola, Kenya, Ethiopia, Somalia, Tanzania, etc.
Major Importing Countries
Various countries import rice from India. The countries where the rice is imported are African Countries and Gulf Regions.
Varieties Exported by Indian Non Basmati Rice Exporters
There are various varieties of non basmati rice exported by the Indian Non Basmati Millers in India.
Non basmati rice varieties are as follows:
- PR11 Rice
- PR14 Rice
- IR64/36 Rice
- Sharbati Rice
The Non basmati rice manufacturer and millers have processed the varieties in various forms:
Raw: This is the variety which the Indian rice millers and exporters process.
Steam: The non basmati rice is also processed in various forms, which derives the taste perfectly.
Sella: It is also known as parboiled rice or converted rice. Sella rice grains are packed with essential nutrients.
Golden Sella: It is golden in texture and contains various nutrients. This kind of rice also enhances the image of the recipe.
Various varieties of Non Basmati Rice Exported across the globe. The varieties are:
Non basmati rice is one of the most consumable rice in the daily routine.
It is processed in various forms:
- PR11 Raw Rice
- PR11 Steam Rice
- PR11 Sella Rice
- PR11 Golden Sella Rice
It has a delectable taste and authentic aroma with nutritional benefits.
Various forms are:
- PR14 Raw Rice
- PR14 Steam Rice
- PR14 Sella Rice
- PR14 Golden Sella Rice
This variety is demanded over many regions, especially African countries.
The Rice Exporters supply this variety available in 5% broken, 25% broken, and 100% broken.
It is processed in various forms:
- IR64/36 Raw Rice
- IR64/36 Steam Rice
- IR64/36 Sella Rice
This variety is naturally sweet and has a unique aroma.
It is processed in various forms:
- Sharbati Raw Rice
- Sharbati Steam Rice
- Sharbati Sella Rice
- Sharbati Golden Sella Rice
Specification of non basmati rice after milling
There are various distinct specifications of rice which is best in quality. It has an authentic taste and mesmerizing flavour.
The specification is as follows:
- Purity of 95%
- Average grain length of about 7mm to 8mm
- Natural admix of 5%
- Moisture level is of 12.5% retained
- Broken grain of about 1% available in the total quantity
- Damage and discolour of about 1%
- Immature grain in total quantity is 1%
- Foreign materials are not available
- Jute Packaging is available
Milling Process by Indian Non Basmati Rice Exporters and Millers
The Indian Basmati rice Exporters and Millers process these rice finely. The rice is stored in big packaging in an infection-free environment.
Various steps are as follows:
Pre-cleaning: Before the milling process, it is important to wash the rice properly and remove all the excess foreign material from the paddy.
The cleaning is the step that smoothens out the further process of milling.
Hulling: This process makes the paddy more furnished to convert the paddy from rice grains. It is the step that removes the outer hull layer from rice grain.
The outer layer of the rice grain contains many germs and bacteria.
So it is important to remove the layer from the paddy to get the finely milled rice.
Milling: After hulling, the rice is further processed for milling. It is finely milled and removes the non-grain material.
Dust, stone, weeds, and much other foreign grain material are removed in this process.
Polishing: After the steps are followed, the rice is polished and enhances the texture. It is the process that enhances the colour of the rice grain.
The whiteness of the grain is measured from the Kett meter.
Sorting: After the following steps, the rice is sorted and graded properly. The machinery is used to reject the rice accurately.
The yellow rice, spotted rice, chalky rice, tiny spot rice, defective rice, cracked or broken rice are all sorted in this sorting process.
Grading: After grading, the rice is separated as per the grade. It is important to separate the rice from a distinct variety.
The rice is identified from the grain to make the rice more authentic in quality. Grading is done with the help of the latest machinery from the Satake and Buhler company.
In this process, the grain quality is identified, making the rice qualitatively by separating the non-relevant material.
Weighing: After rice grading, it is important to pack the rice and weight as per the packaging.
Packaging: The rice is packed in moisture-proof bags and locks its freshness until it reaches the customers. The non basmati rice is available in the big packaging.
After packaging, the rice is stored in an infection-free environment, and regular pest control is required.
Storage or Warehousing
Before milling, the rice paddy is stored in jute bags. Then, the paddy is processed in various forms as per the client’s needs.
After milling, the rice is stored in an infection-free environment in PP bags.
The various type of packaging is also available to retain the moisture of rice and keep it safe from dust and rodent.
Machinery for Milling
The Indian Basmati Rice Exporters and Millers are using the machinery of Satake and Buhler Company from Germany and Japan. There is various machinery used at the time of processing.
De husker: It is the machinery that removes the husk from the paddy.
De stoner: This machinery helps to remove all the stone and other non-grain material from the rice. The machines are from a well-known company, i.e., Satake and Buhler.
Polisher: The polisher helps polish or give the final touch to the rice grain after hulling and milling. It improves the whiteness and enhances the colour of rice.
Grader: The grader is the machinery that separates the grain from the other unwanted grain.
Sortex: The rice is sorted finely. It is sorted from the discoloured or damaged grains. Any other flaw to the rice grain is separated from the non broken grain variety.
What is the equipment for rice quality check?
The quality of rice is identified in both stages. Raw as well as Cooked Stage.
There are various types of equipment that measure the quality of the rice.
Length checker is one of the types of equipment that checks the elongation after and before cooking. The rice is twice its length after cooking.
Kett meter is checking the whiteness of the rice grain.
The moisture meter is also one of the types of equipment that measures the rice’s moisture level.
There is also a mini milling unit to check the quality of the paddy. It is the unit that is ready to check the 1kg of paddy through this unit.
How to check the rice quality?
The rice quality is checked in both the stage raw as well as the cooked stage.
- Discolour or damage
- Pointy edge
- Long grain
- Complete tip
- Firm in texture
- Smooth consistency
- Perfect grain length
- Finely milled
- Aromatic fragrance
- Authentic taste
- Non-sticky on the surface
The quality of rice is checked before and after cooking.
The rice grain is double its length after cooking. There is the various variety which are smooth in consistency.
Pesticide Free Non Basmati Rice
Non basmati rice is available in the pesticide-free rice range. It is completely free from harmful pesticides, i.e., Tricyclazole Fungicide.
Various countries mandated the import of rice as per European Norms and Industrial Standards.
The PR11 or PR14 rice is grown without pesticide and supplied to Europe, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, and the USA.
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