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IRRI 6 5% BROKEN RICE (Specification: 

Max Length : 7mm
Origin : Pakistan
Classification : Long Grain Non-Basmati Rice
Chalkiness : Yes
Aroma : Absent

White Rice 100% SORTEXED – WELL CLEANED

Moisture Content : 14% max
Average Grain Length : 6mm
Polishing Grade : Double
Damaged & Yellow : 1.5%
Broken Grains : 5%
Chalky Grains : 2%
Contrasting Varieties : -
Foreign Grains : 0.5%
Foreign Matter : 0.5%
Paddy Grain nbr/100 grains : 1
Under-milled /Red stripped : 1%
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Specification:
Max Length : 7mm
Origin : Pakistan
Classification :  Long Grain Non-Basmati Rice
Chalkiness : Yes
Aroma : Absent
White Rice - SORTEXED, DOUBLE POLISHED
Moisture Content : 14% max
Average Grain Length : 4.5-6mm
Polishing Grade : Double
Damaged & Yellow : 1.5%
Broken Grains : 25%
Chalky Grains : 2%
Foreign Grains : 0.5%
Foreign Matter : 0.5%
Paddy Grain nbr/100 grains : 1
Under-milled /Red stripped : 1%
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100% BROKEN RICE (Specification: 

Max Length : 4.5
Origin : Pakistan
Classification : Long Grain Rice
Chalkiness : YES
Aroma : Absent

WHITE RICE BROKEN 100% SORTEXED – WELL CLEANED

Moisture Content : 14% max
Average Grain Length : 3.5-4mm
Polishing Grade : Double
Damaged & Yellow : 1%
Broken Grains : 100%
Chalky Grains : 12%
Foreign Grains : 1%
Foreign Matter : 1%
Paddy Grain : 0.5%
Under-milled : 1%

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PARBOILED RICE
Parboiled rice (also called converted rice) is rice that has been partially boiled in the husk. The three basic steps of parboiling are soaking, steaming and drying. These steps also make rice easier to process by hand, boost its nutritional profile and change its texture. About 50% of the world’s paddy production is parboiled. The treatment is practiced in many parts of the world such as India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Myanmar, Malaysia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Guinea, South Africa, Italy, Spain, Nigeria, Thailand, Switzerland, USA and France.
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BASMATI-RICE
Basmati (pronounced IPA: [baːsmət̪iː] in South Asia) is a variety of long, slender grain aromatic rice which is traditionally from India,Pakistan and Bangladesh.[1] As of 2014, India supplies 65 percent of the overseas basmati rice market, while Pakistan accounts for the rest, according to the state-run Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority.
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PK 386 LONG GRAIN (Specification: 

Length : 7
Width : 1.5
Crop Year : 2013-14
Classification : Non-Basmati
Chalkiness : Yes
Aroma : No

WHITE RICE 100% SORTEXED – WELL CLEANED

Moisture Content : 13-14
Average Grain Length : 6.8
Polishing Grade : Silky
Damaged & Yellow : 0.1
Broken Grains : 2
Chalky Grains : 2
Contrasting Varieties : 5-7
Foreign Grains : 0.1
Foreign Matter : 0.1
Paddy Grain : 0.2
Under-milled : 2