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ThaiRice
ThaiRice
ThaiRice
ThaiRice
ThaiRice

 

Thai Jasmine rice
Thai Jasmine rice is also called "Hom Mali rice" and "Fragrant rice". It is categorized to the Indica type (Long grain). Varieties of Jasmine are Kao Dok Mali, Go Kho 15, Klong luang, and Suphan. The characters of Jasmine rice are slim and long. The rice grain is silky, smooth and shiny. After cooked, it will be soft and presents wonderful aroma. The best region to grow up Jasmine rice is Northeastern. The main growing season for Jasmine rice between September and December.


 

White rice
White rice is categorized to the Indica type (Long grain). It is also referred to as polished or milled rice because, during milling process, the husk and bran are removed from the kernel. Thai White rice can be planted in many regions throughout Thailand. Anyhow, the most fruitful area to produce White rice in terms of quality and quality is the central region. The reasons lie on the well established of irrigation system and the use of advanced technologies. As a result, this region yields 2-3 crops per year. Thai White rice appears to be in need by the majority of world population


 

Parboiled rice
Parboiled rice is yellowish rice which is produced by a process of soaking, pressure steaming and drying the paddy before milling. It is the source of natural vitamins and minerals in kernels because of its special way in production. Parboiled rice can be planted through the central region. Thailand can produce high quality and non-odor Parboiled rice all the year because of enough water supply and consistence source of paddy.


 

Glutinous rice
Glutinous rice also known as sticky rice or sweet rice, consists of amylose and amylopectin. Milky color is a unique character of Glutinous rice. Glutinous rice mostly grown up in Northeastern or Northern region where most of people in these regions consume Glutinous rice with their main dishes. Glutinous rice can also be an ingredient in desserts, sweets and other complimentary dishes.


 

Cargo rice
Cargo rice belongs to the Indica (long-grain) category, same as White rice. The only difference between these two varieties is the milling; milling removes both the husk and the bran layer of the kernel. Through the milling process, Cargo rice becomes White rice. As a result, in Cargo rice, only the husk is removed while the bran layer remains. Because of the bran layer, Cargo rice contains more nutrients than White rice. In particular, Cargo rice is very high in fiber and vitamin B.