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Brown Rice

Brown rice is a popular naturally gluten-free, whole grain option for those diagnosed with celiac disease, wheat sensitivity, or non-celiac gluten sensitivity, whole grain rice with the inedible outer hull removed. This kind of rice sheds its outer hull or husk, but the bran and germ layer remain on, constituting rice's brown or tan color.

Product Information

  • Broken grains: 5% maximum
  • Moisture: 14% maximum
  • Foreign matters: 0.1% maximum
  • Damaged kernel: 1% maximum
  • Yellow kernel: 1.5% maximum
  • Red & red streak kernel: 1.75% maximum
  • Glutinous kernel: 0.5%. maximum
  • Paddy grain: 10 grains/kg maximum
  • Average length of grain: 6.2mm minimum
  • Well-milled, double-polished, and sortexed


5-50kg PP bag/1-5kg PA bag/5-50kg BOPP bag


8-14 days


  • Packing 500gr/1kg/2kg/5kg: 25 tons per 1x20ft
  • Packing 10-50kgs: 26.5-27.5 tons/20ft
  • Packing in Jumpo: 20 tons/20ft


8 days


T/T or L/C






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