Leading Rice Exporters in Pakistan
Pakistan Organic Farms are certified by Control Union Certifications Zwolle, the Netherlands for organic production methods according to Regulation (EC) No. 834/2007. We are one of the leading rice exporters and grow EU and USDA Certified agricultural commodities. We grow:
Origin Of Pakistani Basmati Rice
Bas means aroma and Mati means virgin. Basmati variety was first produced in 1933 at Agricultural research station in central Punjab. The Basmati variety was further improved and Super Basmati rice variety was introduced in 1996 having long grain length and rich aroma, which can only be attained if sown in the Kallar area of Punjab.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate Social Responsibility is the continuing commitment by businesses to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the local community and society at large and growing, offering increased business prospects for all sectors of the food supply chain.
What makes Basmati Rice smell so good?
Rice is a complex carbohydrate, an important part of the human diet, used to fuel the body. Complex carbohydrates are stored in muscles and released as energy when needed. Nutritionists recommend at least half the calories we consume should come from complex carbohydrates.
In post-production of rice, milling is a crucial step. The basic objective of a rice milling system is to remove the bran and husk layers, and produce an eatable, white rice grain which is free of impurities and sufficiently milled.
Organic cotton is developed utilizing techniques and materials that positively affect nature. Organic creation frameworks recharge and keep up soil ripeness, extend organically diverse horticulture, and preclude the utilization of synthetic chemicals and persevering...
One of the world’s major rice exporters is Pakistan. Approximately 3 million MTS rice (processed) per annum are shipped to China, the Middle East, Europe and East Africa (LiveRiceIndex, 2018). There is only one harvest a year in Pakistan. For the significant northern...
As per farming experts, Pakistan is likely to lose worldwide markets because of high standards of check and balance, imposed by World Trade Organization (WTO). Nonetheless, Pakistan can capture India’s $260 million rice business with the European Union following the EU’s zero tolerance on Tricyclazole chemical found in Indian grains (Abduhu, 2017). Now, it’s the right moment for Pakistani rice exporters and farmers to acquaint themselves with Good Agricultural Practices in accordance with International models.