In the past 5 decades, India from a food deficit has now transformed into one of the major grain exporters around the world. Within the grains, the largest success was observed in the basmati rice industry. Various indigenous and exotic varieties of rice are now grown in India. This is having a direct impact on the overall profit of the rice exporters.
The rice exporters in India are supplying varieties of rice grain all over the world. Before 1990, Pakistan was dominating the world basmati market but with the rapid development of processing, milling and packaging during Green revolution, India has managed to occupy the top rank. The Indian varieties of rice are not just good in taste but are also highly nutritious and rich in aroma.
The government spends billions of dollars for providing optimum support to the agriculture sector. The major share of the country’s GDP and GNP is also contributed by the agricultural sector. Various subsidies and support policies are launched by the government that provide maximum benefits to the farmers and suppliers. The beautiful aroma, the softness, color, nutrition level and size of the rice varieties found in India are just phenomenal.
The rice exporters keep a regular check on the quality. All the processes are in line with the global standards and norms. The grain is processed under hygienic conditions. This helps in achieving high quality rice, which retains the aroma, enhances the flavor and keeps the optimum value of the rice for a longer period of time. Modern machines are used for the packaging of the grains carefully, which assures the nutrition, and essential vitamins get locked for a longer time. The manufacturer and exporters strictly follow the multi stage quality control system. Right from the selection of raw material up to its cleaning, grading, polishing, packaging, storage and shipping, everything is done under the supervision of the experts.
Indian rice exporters have created a strong global presence with their superior quality of rice and rice products. The rice exported from India is of impeccable nutrition value and finest quality. The aromatic long grain rice from India is rich in aroma and nutty in flavor. They are an excellent source of folate, thiamin, iron and niacin. White rice, brown rice, medium grain rice, short-grain rice, Arboria rice, Della rice, converted rice, instant rice and enriched rice are some of the popular varieties.