Conventional & Organic Rice
With roots in New Zealand, TradeLink has been successfully fulfilling the bulk demand of the finest quality conventional and organic rice across the globe. Our range is processed in facilities with elevated levels of food safety, having BRC, GFSI, Kosher, Halal, Gluten-Free, andOrganic certificates. Each stage of the supply chain adheres to the best standard practices.
Rice, being a staple food of over half of the world’s population, with over 500 million metric tons produced annually across the globe, its market has been projected to reach a CAGR of 8 percent in between 2019 and 2024, according to Mordor Intelligence Report.
Moreover, rice is the second most important cereal crop, followed by maize, globally. It is the key exporting resource for many developing countries like in East Asia and Southeast Asia. Hence, rice being the second most consumed cereal grain across the world, the rice-growing market with high anticipated growth rates in the future, brings lucrative opportunities for the distributors, importers, and companies trading in rice. It also entails the rise of the organic rice market due to increasing health awareness and highly-nutritious nature of organic rice.
The Organic Rice Industry
The Organic Rice industry concentration is not high; however, there are many manufacturers in the world, mainly from the U.S. and Western Europe like Argentina, New Zealand, etc., producing high-end products. Organic rice is the key source for organic rice protein that contains a rich content of cystine and methionine. This protein is composed of amino acids that are highly essential for developing body tissues, body muscles, and the immune system. Organic rice is grown without toxins and allergens and it’s 100% free from genetically modified organisms (GMO).
According to Market Watch, the global organic rice market size will increase to $2780 million by 2025. Leveraged on the number one and most widely consumed staple food in the world, and the fact that rice farming is the rising trend, especially the organic rice farming, TradeLink brings the volume of scale to the market, providing white and brown conventional and organic rice at decent prices.
White Rice Vs. Brown Rice
White rice is the form of rice whose husk and bran are removed completely during the milling process, while the brown rice is husked, graded, cleaned, and sorted, however, it is not polished. Tradelink is the certified provider of finest and responsibly cultivated conventional and organic rice, both brown and white, to reputable food manufacturers and mills. The rice is free from antibiotics, insecticide, and herbicide residues and chemical fertilizer.
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