Which is the best basmati rice in India?

India is one of the major exporters of Basmati rice to the world.

Being one of the largest producers of Basmati rice, India produces nearly 7.5 million tons and exports approximately 2.5 million tons.

Basmati rice is grown in India on the foothills of the Himalayas.

The neighbouring country of Pakistan also produces basmati rice, but as compared to India, the production is less.

There are many Indian brands which have flourished in the Basmati Rice Industry. Being one of the major rice producers, the world over Basmati rice is exported. Some countries in the world now have started allotting hectares of land for production of rice, like Phillipines.

Indian rice industry has many competitors like Lal Qilla, Kohinoor, Blue Diamond.

But one brand that stands out amongst all the other brands is Amira Nature Foods Ltd.

Founded in 1915, AMIRA in the past six years, transitioned from a family-managed company to a professionally run international food company, under the leadership of the fourth generation.

It is one of the major international producers of packaged Indian specialty rice, with sales across five continents around the world.

The headquarters of the company is based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and Amira has offices in India, Malaysia, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America.

The stock of Amira also trades on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) listed under the ticker symbol “ANFI”.

The company generates majority of its revenue through the sale of Basmati rice, premium long-grain rice grown, best premium basmati rice 5kg, traditional basmati rice varieties and sells them only in certain regions of the Indian sub-continent.


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