What is Rice? Different people might have different opinions on it. Some would say that ‘it’s their favourite food. Some would answer that ‘it’s the staple food of more than half of the world’s population.’ Some might even say that they can’t imagine their world without it, and some of them might say ‘who cares.’ But, the truth is that rice is not just another grain; it’s an essential thing on this planet, which is not only shaping the societies but also feeding people across the world.
The inception story
Every single thing on this earth has a story, and rice is not an alien to it. According to history and some archaeological pieces of evidence, rice originated in China around some 8200- 13500 years ago and then slowly, from East Asia, it made its way to the south-east and South Asia. Then gradually, it made a mark in other nations, and now humanity is being fed on this super grain.
The scenario worldwide
‘Rice’ has been embraced all around the world throughout centuries. In the modern era also, the story is no different. Its share on the platter has increased with time, and it managed to become an integral part of our lives. According to the reports, rice dominates the overall crop production globally with more than 700 million metric tons of annual production. It is the 3rd largest produced agricultural commodity in the world and one of the widely consumed staple foods. If we throw some light on the production of rice last year, China and India can be seen as clear winners as both the nations topped the chart in terms of production worldwide.
The Indian fragrance worldwide
As we all know that India is the largest exporter of rice in the world. According to a global report, being one of the front-runners in terms of export, India accounts for around 24% of the rice export globally. In addition to it, when it comes to the export of basmati rice, India has always ruled the chart in comparison to other nations. India exports different varieties of rice to countries like Saudi Arabia, Australia, Bangladesh, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Korea, Sri-Lanka, Maldives, Mauritius, Malaysia UAE, Nepal, and Iraq, etc. A recent report clearly shows that rice production in India is growing in terms of capacity and we are strongly making footholds around the world. This year the estimated capacity is at 115.6 million tons, which is much higher than the production in previous years.
Uses of Rice
Rice is consumed as food and also for various other purposes. Its bran is used for oil, and the oil is used for making cosmetics and soaps. The rice hull is used for fuel, fertilisers, and many other things. The rice straw is useful in making paper etc. In many countries, it is also used in beverages as well. Moreover, it is used for feeding domestic animals.
Proposed Packaging from Knack
Knack Packing has been operating vividly across multiple sectors, including the Rice industry. Since years of functioning, the rice industry has played a crucial role in the strengthening of the company. Rice industry needs a diverse variety of bags respective to the category of products they offer, and hence we produce a wide range of bags for them. It includes the BOPP laminated PP woven bags in the 5kg to 50kg categories & two variants of handle bags; Top opened bottom stitched and the Top open bottom gusseted bag especially in the 5kg to 10kg Pack sizes. We can offer them in standard Circular Woven construction, Back seam construction and the trending Pinch bottom bags also.
What’s so special about our Rice Bags?
- The fundamental specialty for the quality of our products is the years of experience gained throughout the journey. Apart from this, our superior machinery has always proved to be a backbone.
- We have always laid crucial importance for the branding on the Rice bags. Our bags are designed such that the brand value is set precisely on all the sides of the pack.
- The stability of the bags too kept in mind. They are prepared as per the required strength, which can be helpful in all types of weather conditions.
- Another important aspect is the material of the bags. It is chosen in a way that preserves the aroma of rice even in the long run of time along with the beautiful finish & branding of the product.