The origins of rice have long been debated. The plant is of such antiquity that the exact time and place of its first development will perhaps never be known. It is certain, however, that domestication of rice ranks as one of the most important developments in history. Rice has fed more people over a longer time than has any other crop.

Based on archeological evidence, rice was believed to have first been domesticated in the region of the Yangtze River valley in China.In 2003, Korean archaeologists claimed to have discovered the world's oldest domesticated rice. Their 15,000 year old age challenges the accepted view that rice cultivation originated in China about 12,000 years ago.

The earliest remains of the grain in the Indian subcontinent have been found in the Indo-Gangetic Plain and date from 7000–6000 BC though the earliest widely accepted date for cultivated rice is placed at around 3000–2500 BC with findings in regions belonging to the Indus Valley Civilization.

Rice farming is considered as the largest single use of land for producing food.Thousands of varieties of rice are farmed. Only 7% of all rice production is usually exported from its country of origin. Interestingly Rice is eaten by nearly half the world’s population, Toyota means bountiful rice field and Honda means the main rice field.

Rice Processing

The rice grain, commonly called a seed, consists of the true fruit or brown rice (caryopsis) and the hull, which encloses the brown rice. Brown rice consists mainly of the embryo and endosperm. The surface contains several thin layers of differentiated tissues that enclose the embryo and endosperm.

At our rice mill, Sri Rama Modern and Para Boiled Rice Mill, Nizamabad –We believe food is essence of being human and we provide the flavor to that essence. The quest for the perfect grain has led us to be one of the top leading manufacturers, processors & exporters of various Basmati and Non - Basmathi Rice varieties.

We strive to maintain our consistency in pleasing our national and international customers. For this, we keep developing our technology and man power, and make sure that only the best quality food products reach our customers.

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