Rice

Rice as a cereal grain, it is the most widely consumed staple food for a large part of the world’s human population, especially in Asia. It is the agricultural commodity with the third-highest worldwide production,
after sugarcane and maize.

Bansi Sooji

BansiSooji is wealthy in fiber and very healthful. BansiSooji creates a very healthy and is very strong and good for people who are on diet. BansiSooji is utilized widely in the kitchen for preparing a amount of dishes. It is very tasty to prepare and enjoy it. Be it the delicious dessert of Halwa or the major course meal BansiSooji comes to utilize as the main ingredient in a variety of Indian dishes.

Basmati Rice

Basmati Rice is a variety of long, slender-grained aromatic rice which is traditionally from the Indian subcontinent. Although a high-carbohydrate food, rice offers a natural source of nutrition and forms a dietary staple in many parts of the world. It is specially processed for daily cooking across a multitude of regular dishes, a perfect fit for every day consumption. It promises a sweet taste and rich aroma as each grain is naturally aged.

Chiroti Sooji

ChirotiRava / Sooji is a healthy and tasty product
It adds a beautiful texture to the dish and is oftenly used in the preparation of desserts. It contains various health benefits and is easy to digest.

Idli Rice

Idli Rice contains a good amount of proteins and carbohydrates. It is nutritious as it provides a good amount of fibers and is easy to digest. They are light and can be cooked in jiffy with minimum ingredients. You can use this to prepare soft, smooth and delicious idlies that pair well with any sambar, chutney or even podi. It is free from synthetic chemicals and pesticides.

Idly Sooji

Idli sooji is fast becoming an alternative to rice idli. It can be prepared in a jiffy and are light on the tummy too. Soojiidli with eno can be prepared for lunch box or picnic or even for a journey. It is an extremely famous recipe. It is also a rich supply of fiber and wheat goodness.

Palakkadan Matta Rice

PalakkadanMatta Rice Just Like The Majority Colored Rice Varieties, Is Rich In Fiber Which Means That It Satiates More, Facilitates Regulate Weight, Cleanses The Colon Of Toxins, Soaks Up Cholesterol And Feeds The Fine Bacteria In The Intestines.

Poha

Poha, also known as compressed rice or beaten rice, as the name recommends are flakes completed by flattening dehisced rice. These are rigid, bland-tasting, white grains that make softer and tend to swell up to twice their size when soaked in water. Poha is considered strong because it doesn’t include any cholesterol and saturated fat. It is normally used for making breakfast dishes, which is always a strong choice. It can also be fried to create delicious snacks.

Semolina Sooji

Semolina is a very gritty, coarse type of flour, usually made from durum wheat. It comprises the nutritious heart of the grain. semolina is used to make upma, idli, halwa, kheer and other dishes.

Sona Masoori Rice

Sonamasoori rice is triple polished, double silky, sorted rice. It is extremely sweet-smelling and due to its smell, it is measured to be of greater quality. It is simple to digest and sortexed dirt free quality, broken under 2%, moisture 14% max; it is believed to be of greater quality.

Vadi Matta Rice

Thanjavur Ponni Rice

ThanjavurPonni Rice is clean and pure. The main feature of this rice is that it withstands extended shelf life. It relishes in aroma, given that a high nutrition value to anyone’s diet. It can be attributed for its low glycemic index which assists in the control of diabetes, obesity & cholesterol.