Rice is a staple food that is loved and consumed across the world. Most of us are already aware of white and brown rice. Though, the truth is, there are various other varieties that we have no idea about. According to the studies, around 40,000 varieties of cultivated rice exist on earth, but the exact figure is still uncertain. We know that we can’t dive into the vast ocean of these varieties but can make our basics clear by knowing about the major types which are often seen in the platters around the world.
Types of Rice
It is the most commonly used rice variety whose husk, bran, and germ get removed. It gives it a distinct appearance, flavour and texture. It also helps prevent the spoilage along with extending its storage life.
This is whole-grain rice whose outer hull is removed. It retains the bran and the layers which are known as germ layers. It provides it a distinctiveness, the tan colour. The brown rice layers are rich in minerals and vitamins.
It is long, aromatic and slender rice variety, which is widely popular in Indian cuisine for creating dishes like Biryani and Kheer. Its high calorific value makes it a great source of carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals.
This rice has become popular in the last few years. It gets the red colour due to the presence of anthocyanin antioxidant. This variant of rice with the red husk is loaded with nutrients and can be consumed un-hulled or partially hulled.
This is a kind of rice that has been boiled in the husk. It is also known as converted rice or easy-cook rice. Three basic steps are involved in parboiling; soaking, steaming, and drying.
It has high starch content that results in a sticky and glue-like texture. Sticky rice is used for cooking sweet dishes and desserts.
It is one of the most expensive rice varieties that grow around wetlands, lakes, bays and rivers. This rice is a high source of protein with a delightful toasty flavour.
This is also known as the emperor’s rice and is rarely found. It is nutrient-rich and widely used in Asian cuisine.
As the name suggests, it consists of a jasmine floral aroma. This is a long-grain rice type with a slightly sticky texture.
Broader in size, this grain has a white dot at the centre. Also, it has high starch content due to which it forms a creamy texture when cooked.
This medium sized grain has a reddish appearance. It is known for its natural nutrients. It has, a distinct earthy flavour which makes it perfect for a variety of foods; especially, the non-vegetarians see it as bliss.
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 speciality 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 is 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.