Sona Masoori Rice
Sona Masoori (also, Sona Masuri, Samba Masuri, BPT 5204 and many others) is a medium-grain rice grown largely in the Indian States of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. In the State of Andhra Pradesh, in native Telugu language, this variety rice is called as Bangaru Theegalu (meaning ‘Golden Ivy’). Sona Masoori rice is lightweight, aromatic and form one of the staple diet for varied natives. This premium quality rice is consumed locally and exported to Middle Eastern European and South Asian countries and has a fan following for its taste and aroma that lasts its lifetime
Commodity: Sona Masuri Rice (Steam/Raw)
Origin: Andhra Pradesh/Karnataka/Tamil Nadu, India
Moisture: 13% max
Damaged Kernels: 2% max
Crop Year : Current Year
Free from: Infestation, fungus, dyes and colouring chemicals
Red and Red Streaked: 1% Max
Broken Ratio: 5%, max
Yellow Kernels: 2% Max.
Damaged Kernels: 2% Max.
Chalky Grain: 2% Max
Milling Degree: Well milled and single or double polished as per needs.