India has become a major exporter of Basmati rice.The Indian government has made it possible for the Indian Basmati rice to find its way around the world.
India exports Basmati rice to all of the world.
The grains have to be aged in the units for 18 to 24 months.The paddy is aged for a long time after being purchased from the open market.This process takes a lot of time and requires certain conditions for aging and warehousing.The overhead cost of the rice is increased by this.
As a result of this, the grains of basmati rice become fluffy when cooked and they emit an intense aroma because of the presence of a compound named 2-acetyl-1-pyrroline which gives the rice a smell.
The company exports major of its produce to Europe and North America.
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