Indian Raw rice is frequently used as the base for pulaos or paired with curries. Like all other types of rice, this long-grain Indian variety is available in both brown and white forms. Brown basmati rice retains its outer bran layer and typically contains more fiber and nutrients than white basmati rice, which has been milled and stripped of its bran. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends that at least half of the grains you eat daily should be whole grains like brown rice.

High in Carbohydrates
Indian Raw rice has 36 grams of carbohydrates in each 1/4-cup serving, while brown basmati rice has slightly less, with a 1/4 cup providing 33 grams. The two differ primarily in how much of these carbohydrates come from dietary fiber. None of the carbohydrates in white basmati rice is contributed by fiber, though a 1/4-cup serving of brown basmati rice has 2 grams of dietary fiber. For a man, this amount is almost 6 percent of his recommended daily allowance of fiber; for a woman, it supplies 7 percent of her requirement per day.

Low in Protein
Both brown and white basmati rice contain around 3 to 4 grams of protein. This amount supplies approximately 5 percent to 7 percent of a man's recommended daily protein intake and 6 percent to 8 percent of a woman's. The protein in basmati rice is incomplete since it does not have all of the amino acids required by your body. You can complete basmati rice's protein without consuming any animal-based protein sources by eating a variety of whole grains, beans, legumes and produce throughout the day.

Name Indian Raw Rice
Type Sella/Raw/Steam
Length 5.8-6 mm
Moisture 13% max
Sortex 100% max
DAMAGED 1% max
Broken 5% max
Add Mixture 5% max
Yellow Kernel 2% max
Chalky 2% max
Immature Seed 2% max
Packing Bags 40 , 25 , 20 , 10 , 5 , 1 Kg Jute bag /Non woven bag / PP bag / Poly bag / BOPP bag
Load-ability 19 - 24 MT in a 20 Ft Container