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Basically, there are three types of rice milled in LEAF unit – Brown rice, Parboiled rice & Steamed rice. LEAF produces the originally brown Brown rice from which only the hull has been removed. As a natural form of bran, Brown rice gets a slightly chewy texture and a nut­-like flavour when cooked. Its high fiber and oil content along with a savouring taste makes LEAF Brown rice a nutritional choice. No wonder, it has become the top favourite among health-conscious ones all over the world.

LEAF also specializes in producing parboiled rice. It is important to know that parboiling plays a significant role in milling process. Parboiling is done by soaking the grains that causes them to swell and helps essential nutrients, such as thiamine, to migrate from the bran to the kernel of the grain. Parboiling is followed by drying when the rice temperature and moisture content are gradually reduced. This involves steaming or treating the rice with heat that makes the starch to be retained at right level and hence comes the perfect LEAF Parboiled rice.

"Nutrition and health, that’s where LEAF rice scores ten on ten! By taking care of the minutest details of milling, LEAF produces the finest Basmati worldwide "

Those who love fluffy taste of rice, LEAF offers Steamed rice which is obtained by steaming the paddy at atmospheric pressure. Steaming increases elongation, width expansion, water uptake, cooking time and decreases the solid loss. LEAF’s steamed rice is extra long & white and has a beautiful subtle aroma as it is processed at LEAF’s highly advanced production unit under the guidance of highly skilled professionals.

All these processes are done in the company’s state-of-the-art plant which was set up with machinery from the world’s leading manufacturers. The company’s main milling plant was sourced from Satake of Japan which is world’s oldest company for food grains technology and has 80% market share in this category. The auxiliary machinery was bought from Schmidt-Seeger of Germany, and Cimbria of Denmark.