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Pusa Basmati Rice

Basmatijpeg

Pusa Basmati rice is a popular variety of Basmati rice developed in India. It is known for its long grains, distinctive aroma, and excellent cooking qualities. Several types of Pusa Basmati rice exist, including Pusa Basmati 1121 and Pusa Basmati 1509

Pusa Basmati rice is known for its long grains, which elongate further upon cooking. It has a distinctive, pleasant aroma that is a hallmark of Basmati rice. The cooked rice has a soft and fluffy texture, making it ideal for a variety of dishes.

Basmati rice, including Pusa Basmati, is known for its low glycemic index compared to other types of rice, making it a healthier option for people. It is a good source of carbohydrates and provides essential.

Available forms of Pusa Basmati Rice

Pusa Raw Basmati Rice

Basmatijpeg

Purity: 95%
Admixture: 5% Max.
Average Length: 7.4 MM
Moisture: 12.5% Max.
Broken: 1% Max.
Paddy Grain: Nil
Black/ Red Grain: Nil
Discolour & Damage: 1% Max.
Foreign Matter: Nil

Pusa Steam Basmati Rice

Basmatijpeg

Purity: 95%
Admixture: 5% Max.
Average Length: 7.4 MM
Moisture: 12.5% Max.
Broken: 1% Max.
Paddy Grain: Nil
Black/ Red Grain: Nil
Discolour & Damage: 1% Max.
Foreign Matter: Nil

Pusa Sella Basmati Rice

Basmatijpeg

Purity: 95%
Admixture: 5% Max.
Average Length: 7.4 MM
Moisture: 12.5% Max.
Broken: 1% Max.
Paddy Grain: Nil
Black/ Red Grain: Nil
Discolour & Damage: 1% Max.
Foreign Matter: Nil

Pusa Golden Sella Basmati Rice

Basmatijpeg

Purity: 95%
Admixture: 5% Max.
Average Length: 7.4 MM
Moisture: 12.5% Max.
Broken: 1% Max.
Paddy Grain: Nil
Black/ Red Grain: Nil
Discolour & Damage: 1% Max.
Foreign Matter: Nil

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