Basmati Rice

2022 Exhibitor Products

Basmati Rice

Engro Eximp Agri Products (pvt) Limited Hall: Za'abeel 6 Stand: Z6-E40
  • Basmati Rice
  • Basmati Rice
  • Basmati Rice
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Our product range includes a complete basket of Pakistani traditional gluten-free basmati rice. BASMATI- THE KING OF ALL RICES: The word ‘Basmati’ means ‘fragrant’. Basmati is a variety of long, slender-grained rice with a delicate fragrance, distinctive flavor. Basmati gets better with age. Ageing enhances and intensifies its taste, aroma, cooking characteristics. Basmati rice has been cultivated in the Indian subcontinent for centuries. The Himalayan foothills are the home of basmati. Through cultural exchange, it has become popular in European, Persian, Arab and other Middle Eastern cuisines. Pakistan is a leading producer, consumer and exporter of basmati and 95% of the basmati rice cultivation takes place in Punjab. SUPER BASMATI- PURIST OF THE PURE: Known as the ‘Queen of Fragrance’, is internationally eminent for its exclusive aroma, delightful taste and long, slender grains. It is perfectly-aged, non-glutinous, has a fine, smooth, silky texture. It is nurtured and raised tenderly in the fertile plains and lush green fields of Punjab, Pakistan, the only piece of land where Himalaya’s five lucent rivers emerge and feed to grow basmati. Basmati owes its essence, aroma, taste to the misty Himalayas. It is a nature’s gift to Pakistan and the world. 1121 BASMATI: Is a derived variety evolved through the process of hybridization over a long breeding process. This variety of rice is prized for its premium quality, unique aroma, exquisite delicate texture, extraordinary length, which can be as much as 8.25 mm for a single grain, the longest-ever known cultivars in the world. The long, slender kernels are available in white, steamed, parboiled forms. BASMATI 515: Shows higher paddy yield and longer kernel length than Super Basmati; especially elongation ratio is better than most of the existing extra-long grain varieties. The variety is found to be moderately resistant to bakanae/foot rot and blast diseases.
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