INDIAN BASMATI RICE

About Indian Basmati Rice

Indian Basmati Rice has been popular in India due to its distinctive natural aroma and characteristic elongation of the grains after cooking. The demand for Basmati rice is increasing worldwide, especially in the Middle East, Europe, and the United States due to its first-rate quality and reliable price in the domestic and the international markets. Despite this, the high-yielding Basmati rice varieties are also superior in cooking quality, and resistant to biotic and abiotic stresses.

Geographical Region for Cultivation of Indian Basmati Rice

The areas of Basmati rice production in India are in the states of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and majorly in Uttar Pradesh. According to a research report, Uttar Pradesh is the largest Basmati rice producing state and Punjab is the second largest Basmati rice producing state in India.

Types of Indian Basmati Rice on Tradologie

  • Traditional Rice
  • 1121 Basmati Rice
  • 1509 Basmati Rice
  • Sugandha Basmati Rice
  • Pusa Basmati Rice
  • 1401 Basmati Rice
  • Sharbati Basmati Rice
  • PR-11/14 Basmati Rice
  • Golden Sella Rice
  • Sella Basmati Rice

Description of Indian Basmati Rice Varieties Available On Tradologie

Traditional Rice

Traditional Rice is also known as “Queen of Fragnance”. It is sweet in taste and used for royal cuisine and idle for steamed rice.

1121 Basmati Rice

This rice has belongs to seamless quality and cost-effective prices. It is one of the most popular rice across the world due to its mesmerizing aroma and length after cooking.

1509 Basmati Rice

1509 Basmati Rice has slim in nature with an average grain length of 8.30 mm. This rice has high nutritional value and soft in texture.

Sugandha Basmati Rice

Sugandha Basmati Rice is low-cost long grain Basmati rice in India. It extends upto twice its length if cooked properly.

Pusa Basmati Rice

Pusa Basmati Rice is an essentially derived variety evolved through the process of hybridization over a long breeding process. It is also known for Extra-long slender aromatic grains in India.

1401 Basmati Rice

1401 Basmati Rice is a semi-dwarf Basmati rice variety with short structure and sturdy stem. The rice is very useful for irrigation of water in agricultural land where scarcity of water is very high.

Sharbati Basmati Rice

Sharbati Rice is a low-cost Basmati Rice in India. It is produced in Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh states of India. Sharbati Basmati Rice has sweet taste and it is non-sticky in nature.

PR-11/14 Basmati Rice

Unlike Basmati rice, PR-11/14 Basmati Rice varieties are non-aromatic and the length of kernels range between 6.5mm to 7mm. It is used as a substitute food for Thailand or Vietnam rice varieties.

Golden Sella Rice

Golden Sella Rice is rich in aroma and strong flavor, and also holds standard grain size. This rice is widely in demand worldwide due to its delicious taste and high-energy content.

Sella Basmati Rice

Sella Basmati Rice has longer grain length than many non-basmati rice varieties and thereby offers better cooking option that is widely suitable and preferred by restaurants, hotels & caterers.

International Basmati Rice Market

India is the leading Basmati Rice Producer and exporter to the global market, followed by Pakistan. The Indian market is accounting for over 70 percent of its output in the Global Basmati Rice Market. In 2018, its production reached to 5.03 million tons approximately. The country's export of the Basmati Variety is projected to reach a peak at INR 30,000 crores in FY2019. The strengthening exports is a combined result of an increasing demand from Saudi Arabia and the rise in prices that have been taking place over the last three years.

In addition, other Middle Eastern and African countries are also the significant consumers of Indian Basmati Rice, which accounts for 37.5 percent of their total consumption of this crop. Gulf countries are the Major Importers of the Indian Basmati Variety. The steady increase in imports from Saudi Arabia and Iran is driving the rise of Indian Basmati Rice exports.

During the financial year 2017-18, Iran was the leading Importer of the Basmati Rice from India, which was followed by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates as the other significant importing countries of the basmati variety from India.

Types of Indian Basmati Rice Trading in India

The trade of Indian Basmati Rice has been enjoying a premium position in the global marketplace, which has reflected greatly on the growth of the Indian market.

There are several organizations that keep track of exports reports for further statistical analysis. As a result, they provide country-specific and global traders information to help economic planners to identify a country’s key strengths and areas of improvement.

Procure Bulk Amount of Indian Basmati Rice Online From Tradologie

With the cutting edge technologies and straightforward trading approach, Tradologie has built the most transparent communication bridge between the buyers and sellers. If you are looking forward to procuring bulk amount of Indian Basmati rice at the most reasonable price directly from the registered and verified rice millers in India, Tradologie trading platform is definitely the answer. No matter what variety Indian Basmati Rice you wish to import, you just name it and we have number of sellers ready for you. We have a strong network of International Basmati Rice suppliers from India that sets us apart from other B2B platforms.

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