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Infrastructure > Parboiling Units

Rice par-boiling is a process that adds more value to the rice. Par boiled rice is produced using steam pressure process prior to milling. It allows rice to preserve all the nutritive substances and vitamins. The usual steps involved are Soaking, Cooking, Drying and Milling. During husking, the rice is removed from the husk, while the rice is further refined through different machines during the polishing process.

The process of parboiling uses processed soft water obtained from water treatment plant. The plant has specially designed soaking bins with sensor based sophisticated controllers for water temperature. The process is far superior to the conventional methods in terms of mitigating unwanted odor and ensuring hygienic processing of the grain, preserving its fragrance and aroma during the process.

 
 

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