THAI JASMINE RICE
In Thailand, it is more commonly known as Hom Mali rice: ‘Hom’ refers to its aromatic fragrance apparent during cooking, and ‘Mali’ refers to its white, jasmine-like color. Which is the world famous reputation for its high quality and its natural, aromactic fragrance.
After cooked, it becomes more fragrant, tender and tasty.
Main Market: Asia, Middle East, Red Sea, Africa, Europe
THAI PATHUM THANI FRAGRANT RICE
The minor family type of fragrant rice produced in Thailand. It has similar outlook and texture and authentic natural fragrant to Thai Jasmine rice. Its good advantage is a year round crop and can be grown in an easier way.
Main Market: Asia, Middle East, Red Sea
THAI WHITE RICE
The name given to milled rice that has had its husk, bran, and germ removed.
This is done largely to prevent spoilage and to extend the storage life of the grain. After milling, the rice is polished, resulting in a seed with a bright, white, shiny appearance.
Main Market: Asia, Africa, Europe