Basmati Rice

Matco has over 50 years of experience in the rice industry and exports to over 60 countries worldwide. The company is one of the largest rice exporters from Pakistan.
Our basmati rice varieties include:
  • White Super Basmati Rice
  • Brown Super Basmati Rice
  • Super Sella (Parboiled) Basmati Rice
  • Steam Basmati Rice
  • Super Fine Basmati Rice
  • Pure Basmati Sella (Parboiled)
  • 1121 Steam Basmati Rice
  • 1121 White Basmati Rice
  • 1121 Brown Basmati Rice
  • 1121 Sella (Parboiled) Basmati Rice
  • 100% Broken Basmati Rice
  •  D-198
 White Super Basmati Rice
Grown in the foothills of Himalayas Super Kernel Basmati rice is known as the king of rice, from the province of Punjab (five rivers). This Premium grade Basmati rice grows only in subcontinent region (India and Pakistan). Pakistan produces around 150,000 Tons of Super Basmati rice every year and consumes 30% of the total production, all remaining quantity is exported all over the world. Super Basmati Rice is well known for its excellent cooking, extra long grain, very unique and excellent taste and nutty aroma. Also, the length of Super Basmati rice gets doubled after cooking. This finest rice type, popularly known as best quality rice has a yield of only 1150 pounds per acre and this comparatively low-yielding grain is sought after for its excellence, superior fragrance and grain length. Many unsuccessful attempts have been made to grow Super Basmati rice in other parts of the world, but the genuine home of Super Basmati rice is Punjab area of Indian sub-continent where it flourishes at its best among the rain-fed basins of Chenab and Ravi rivers.
 
Brown Super Basmati
We are enlisted among the distinguished Suppliers and Exporters of Super Basmati Cargo Rice (Brown). The Basmati Cargo Rice we make available is known for its extra long grain size, rich taste and aroma. It is the Basmati variety with bran layer. One can obtain it at nominal rates from us. 

Super Basmati Cargo Rice (Brown)
The main characteristic of Basmati Rice is, that it is long grain, non-glutinous, slender, very aromatic and excellent in cooking and taste. It has been cultivated for many centuries in the hot and humid climate of Punjab along the rivers Ravi, Jhelum, and Chenab in Pakistan.

Details​
  • AGL (Average Grain Length) : 7.2 mm
  • Broken : 4.0 %
  • Moisture : 14.00 % (Max)
  • Paddy Grain : 0.05%
  • Green Grain : 3.00 % (Max)
  • Shrivilled : 1.00 %
  • Foreign Body : 0 %