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Basmati rice supplier in Lebanon

Rice has been our chief product since inception of the company, and today we are one of the largest exporters of Basmati & Non-Basmati rice.

Over 25 varieties
of Indian Rice

Cutting Edge Production

Exports to 10 different

One of the top
exporter of sella basmati rice from India.

Our presence in the 10 major grain-growing regions in India allows us to maintain high-quality standards in procurement. And our export operations in all 6 major ports gives us the advantage of faster shipping times at highly competitive prices.

Rice Exporter from India

How we do it?

Procurement: We have a dedicated team for quality inspection that tests the quality at the point of procurement in all major rice growing states of India, inclusive of Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Andra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka.

Processing: If needed, cargo is brought to our plants in Nagpur or Mundra, and processed to meet the buyer’s quality and food safety requirements. All incoming and outgoing cargo is analyzed in the quality laboratory.

Container Stuffing: Containers are stuffed at the plants or at the port. Our quality personnel are again present to ensure that cargo is stuffed and containers are fumigated and sealed as per the norms.


In the recent decade, India's agriculture and grain processing industries have achieved enormous strides. However, there are still a number of things to watch out for, such as infestations, bad odours, excessive moisture, damaged/discolored kernels, higher broken percentage, and so on.

We have established rigorous tests and processes to assist us comply with the highest quality and food safety requirements, based on our extensive expertise handling rice. For instance, we often double fumigate the cargo – once in our plant and again in the containers – to ensure there is no chance of infestation. We also provide all the necessary inspection certifications at the shipment. We also perform drop test on our bags from optimal height to check for bag strength, along with many other such measures to ensure the highest quality standards.


Most rice varieties exported from India can be broadly categorized into Sona Masoori, Basmati and Non Basmati groups. Furthermore, once paddy is harvested, there are three main paths:
1. Raw: paddy is milled directly
2. Parboiled rice: paddy is boiled and then milled
3. Steamed rice: paddy is steamed and then milled

While raw and parboiled rice were dominant earlier, steamed rice has also become popular over the last few years, especially for the Sona Masoori segment.

Basmati Rice

Basmati rice is one of the varieties of rice generally found in India. It is known for its long, slender looking grain and has a great aroma. Basmati rice is popular across the globe for its unique flavor. It is best used in dishes like biryani, fried rice, pilaf and such other popular dishes. India is one of the major basmati rice exporter. We are focused in a selected range of pure Basmati varieties given below.

- 1121 Sella

- 1121 Parboiled White

- 1121 Sella Brown

- 1121 Brown

- 1509 Golden

- Pusa Raw

- 1121 Golden

- PR11

- Pusa Sella

- 1121 Steam

- PR11 Steam

- Pusa Steam

Non Basmati

All other varieties of rice, except basmati is called non-basmati rice. Non-basmati rice includes rice of different varieties, sizes, and shapes. Some types of rice are long and slender, while some are short and thick. Non- Basmati Rice is used in homes for daily use and also is used and exported for commercial use.


- Swarna Parboiled


- IR 64 Parboiled


- IR 8 Light Colour


- 100% Broken Raw


- Swarna Raw


- IR 64 Raw


- 1001 Parboiled


- 100% Broken Parboiled Bold


- Red


- IR 8 Regular


- 100% Broken



- Steam Broken

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Product packaging

Packing options: 5/10/15/18/20/25/35/40/50 kg bags
Packing material: PP/BOPP/Non-Woven/Jute/Cloth

Bag strength capacity

Often bags from India are of low strength, which causes wastage of rice for the customers. Our bags are super heavy duty (almost unbreakable). We regularly do a drop test on every batch of bags.

Got any questions? Feel free to contact us. We have the answers.

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