By February 17, 2023

Basmati rice is a unique species of rice available in white and brown versions. India is the largest exporter and producer of basmati rice and is cultivated in the Himalayan foothills. Non-basmati rice is cultivated in the northern and southern regions of India and grown in the coastal plains. Basmati rice grains longer compared to non-basmati varieties. Basmati rice are longer and less sticky after cooked. Basmati rice is long, slender and with pointy edges. Cooked basmati rice can be easily identified by its fragrance and is known as Queen of Scents. Non-Basmati rice contains a starchy substance called amylopectin, which causes stickiness. Non-Basmati rice will cling together after cooking. Basmati is long rice and non-basmati rice are in all different shapes and sizes- long, slender, short and thick, bead and round. Cooked basmati rice releases pleasant aroma. Non-basmati rice has a pretty sweet smell and appealing taste. Basmati rice becomes twice its original size upon cooking and non-basmati varieties don’t have any size change after cooking. Non-basmati   rice is used in dishes such as risottos, puddings, and sushi where a creamy or sticky texture is wanted. Brown basmati rice helps to maintain body weight. 1121 basmati rice, traditional basmati rice, Pusa basmati rice, 1401 basmati rice, 1509 basmati rice, Sugandha basmati rice and Sharbati basmati rice are categories of basmati rice. PR11 non-basmati rice, PR14 non-basmati rice, Parmal non-basmati rice, round non-basmati rice, jeera rice and Sona Masuri rice are categories of non basmati rice. Basmati rice exporters use moisture-proof bags for the packaging of rice. Basmati rice is packed in plastic bags, jars and non-woven fabric and  non-basmati rice is packed in jute bags. Non-basmati rice is less in starch and is digestible. Non-basmati rice is less in starch and digestible. Brown basmati rice is  higher in protein and fat.  Basmati rice has a lower glycemic index, less arsenic, more fiber and more aroma. Thailand, Vietnam, Pakistan, the United States, China, and Burma are major rice exporters. Bansal Fine Foods Private Limited (“Bansal Finefoods”)  provide better quality and nutritious rice to the local community. Bansal is certified by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India as an “Export Trading House”. Bansal Finefoods  maintain production standards with stringent guidelines at every stage. Bansal Finefoods  achieves  highest National Food Quality and Production Standards. Bansal Finefoods  provides the finest quality rice in India and abroad.“Marshal” and “Ghazal”  are appreciated in over 43 countries around the world. Saudi Arabia, USA, Thailand, Spain and Iran are the top five basmati rice importing countries. Most commonly districts like Karnal, Panipat, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Amritsar, Fatehgarh, Gurudaspur, Hoshiarpur, Jalandhar are producers of good quality basmati rice.