Project Description

WHOLEGRAIN

BASMATI 10′

Its name means “Queen of Fragrance” and its grains are elongated,

crystalline and delicately scented.

IT’S SPECIAL BECAUSE:

The kitchen brings people together: brings the scents of distant cultures into the kitchen!

COOKING TIME:

10 minutes.

HOW TO USE:

You can use Wholegrain Basmati rice for tasty side dishes, ideal in combination with chicken and sautéed vegetables.

LIVE BETTER WITH TASTE:

Wholegrain Basmati rice is a source of fibre and, thanks to a delicate processing, preserves all its scent and its characteristic taste of white flowers and sandalwood.

THE NUTRITIONIST RECOMMENDS.

Nutritionists recommend taking at least 25g of fiber per day to facilitate the elimination of body waste.

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TECHNICAL DETAILS

INGREDIENTS

Long Grain Brown Basmati Rice

ALLERGENICS

None

BEST BEFORE DATE

20 months after production date

NUTRITIONAL TABLE

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A demonstration of what you can create with our rice

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