We source all varieties of Rice from India, Vietnam and Thailand. We source Wheat from India and Australia. Apart from catering for the requirements of the global Customers from 23 countries, we are also major sourcing agency for Distilleries and Breweries across India.

Premium Indian Basmathi

Premium Basmati Rice is commonly known as “Queen of Fragrance” due to its enticing aroma. Many of the traditional Arab cuisines are prepared using Indian Premium Basmati Rice due to the long grain size, non-sticky after cooking and tempting odor. Moreover, we are acclaimed as one of the reliable Premium Organic Basmati Rice Exporters from India.

1121 Basmathi Rice

The length of the uncooked 1121 Basmati Rice recorded in the Limca Book of World Records (2008) is between 8.30 to 8.40mm. The Pusa 1121 Basmati Rice is also the first choice of the national as well as international clients due to the very extra long grain, aromatic fragrance and non-sticky after cooking.
We source best Basmathi from best farms in India with stringent quality standards.

Long Grain White Rice

Long grain rice is usually described as rice that is about four or five times as long as it is wide. Typical length measurements for a single grain vary between about 0.27 to 0.35 inch (7 to 9 millimeters). Most of the long grain types grown today were developed from the rice type Oryza sativa var. indica, which produced the famous Indian basmati rice.

IR 64/36 par Boiled Rice

By cross-breeding IR8 with 13 parent varieties from six nations, Dr. Khush developed IR36, a semi-dwarf variety that proved highly resistant to a number of the major insect pests and diseases that raised farmers’ rice yields and drove down prices of the staple food for Asian families. IR36 matures rapidly – 105 days compared to 130 days for IR8 and 150–170 days for traditional types – and produces the slender grain preferred in many countries. The combination of these characteristics soon made IR36 one of the most widely planted food crop varieties worldwide in just a few years. About 110,000 km² were planted with IR36 worldwide in the 1980s, a success which Dr. Khush topped with IR64 and again with IR72 in 1990.

Parimal Rice

Organic Rice Parmal has long grains which are double polished, non-sticky, creamy white, dry and fine textured. It is highly nutritious, has superior taste, texture and the aroma of cooked rice is highly appealing to the customers worldwide. The rice mostly originates from Haryana state, in India. Organic Parmal Rice is popular for its natural aroma. Despite being long, grains have dry texture which resists splitting. The rice is high in nutritional content and requires less cooking time. Parmal rice complements curries but it is also the perfect rice for idly and dosa.

100% Broken Rice

Broken rice is a grade of rice consisting of grains broken in the milling process. On milling Oryza sativa, commonly known as Asian rice or paddy rice, produces around 50% whole rice then approximately 16% broken rice, 20% husk, 14% bran and meal. Further grains break before and after milling in transport. Mechanical separators are used to separate the broken grains from the whole grains. "Broken rice may or may not have lower fiber and nutrient content but generally has a similar energy content comparable to intact rice." 100% broken rice with very high starch content of above 64% is used by the distilleries and it is a prime product supplied by Renomatt Global.
We are capable of maintaining a supply level of up to 1000 MT per day.

Indian Wheat

Wheat is the main cereal crop in India. The total area under the crop is about 29.8 million hectares in the country. The production of wheat in the country has increased significantly from 75.81 million MT in 2006-07 to an all time record high of 94.88 million MT in 2011-12. The productivity of wheat which was 2602 kg/hectare in 2004-05 has increased to 3140 kg/hectare in 2011-12. The major increase in the productivity of wheat has been observed in the states of Haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. Higher area coverage is reported from MP in recent years.

Australian Wheat

Quality attributes of white seed coat, cleanliness, and freedom from pests. its low moisture content ensures quality is maintained during storage and transport. recognition for Australian wheat extends to its ease of processing capabilities and production of high yielding flours with bright colour and excellent protein and starch qualities well suited to purpose.