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Today, rice is the most cultivated grain on the planet. India is not only the second-largest producer of rice in the world, accounting for some 20 percent of global production, it is also among the largest consumers of this grain, with over 50% of India's 1.2 billion people depending on rice for sustenance.

What we deal with:

1. Sona Masoori (Kurnool Sona/BPT 5204)

This is medium slender rice grown mainly in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Telangana. It is lightweight, fluffy, non-sticky, and aromatic. Sona Masoori rice is packed with many nutrients and is very popular in South Indian dishes and is low in starch and easier to cook.

Health Benefits
  • It has a lower calorie count than the standard long-grain or Basmati rice. If you are cutting down on calories and carbohydrates, then Sona Masoori rice is the best option for you.
  • It is easily digestible and good for weight loss.
  • Sona Masoori has a glycemic index of 56.5%. Foods with a low glycemic index are known to lower blood glucose levels and are good for diabetics.
2. RNR-15048 (Sugar Free Rice):

This short slender and super fine rice type has 0% fat stuffed with proteins and vitamins. RNR rice has a low glycemic index of 51.5% and is a preferred choice for health-conscious consumers, particularly diabetic patients. It is also known as “Telangana Sona”. It has 50% less carbohydrates than regular white rice and tastes similar to sona masuri.

Health Benefits
  • Good for weight loss.
  • Controls blood sugar levels.
  • Keeps the heart healthy.
3. NDLR-7 (Nandyal Sona):

This is a fine rice variety developed by Regional Agricultural Research Station, Nandyal, and Acharya NG Ranga Agriculture University. This is a short slender variety, grown in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka states of India.

Health Benefits
  • Good for weight loss.
  • Controls blood sugar levels.
  • Keeps the heart healthy.

4. Basmati:

Basmati rice is called the “King of Rice”. Basmati is extra-long creamy white-grain rice famous for its distinct nut-like flavor, delicate texture, and distinct aroma. Upon cooking the grains elongate up to double, and become non-sticky and fluffy.


  • King of Rice: Often referred to as the "King of Rice," Basmati is highly regarded for its quality and unique attributes.
  • Extra-Long Grain: It is characterized by its long, slender grains which are significantly longer than most other rice varieties.
  • Distinct Nut-Like Flavor: Basmati rice is known for its distinct nutty flavor, which sets it apart from other rice varieties.
  • Delicate Texture: It has a delicate and fine texture, giving it a light and airy quality when cooked.
  • Aroma:One of the most defining features of Basmati is its captivating aroma, which is often described as fragrant and slightly sweet.

Cooking Transformation:

  • Elongation: Upon cooking, Basmati rice grains can elongate up to double their original length.
  • Non-Sticky and Fluffy: When prepared properly, Basmati rice becomes non-sticky and fluffy, making it a favored choice for various rice-based dishes.

Basmati's exceptional qualities have made it a favorite among rice connoisseurs and a sought-after ingredient in cuisines around the world. It's a staple in many households, especially for special occasions and festive meals.