Rice Making Process
Our Different Varieties Of Rices
Corporate Profile Video
Why To Choose Us
This is our motto and we are experts in delivering the best 100% handpicked rice in the market. Working with more than 60 fields all over the country we are able to delivery always good variety of grains.
We have been exporting our rice all over the world from Years.
How we are different?
Our consultants will help you to choose the best rice according to your needs. Note that we can also arrange a custom plan specially for you.
All in one place
Yes, we have it all – Traditional Rice, Black Rice, Brown Rice etc…!
We are an ISO CERTIFIED company which verifies our ethnicity across the globe.
We are working on rice manufacturing from almost 16 years and to be honest this is the best job ever – to see the people smiles when they try our tasty rice!
We have contracts with major organizations from in and out of the country. We have received the Best Rice of The Year Award 2013.
Awards & Achievements
Our Product Range
Banno Extra Long Traditional Basmati Rice
Basmati Extra Long rice is the Premium range of Basmati rice and longest among all varieties. The elongation of grains after cooking with powerhouse of Aroma makes it diners delight.
Banno Traditional Basmati Rice
Banno Traditional Basmati rice with authentic flavour and supreme quality is original Indian Basmati rice.
Banno Super Traditional Basmati Rice
Banno Super is a fine quality Basmati Rice which on cooking brings out an distinct aroma and become fluffy, thin, long and non Sticky.
Banno Sella Basmati Rice XXL
Banno Sella Basmati Rice XXL (Parboiled) 1121 is yet another Extra Long Grain regular variety which as usual contains all the goodness of an aromatic and tasty Basmati delight.
Banno Biryani Basmati Rice
The term “Biryani” in itself has the essence and when prepared with BANNO BIRYANI BASMATI RICE, the versatile aroma and the exotic look can trigger any taste buds.
Banno Black Rice
Black rice is a packed with all powerful disease fighting antioxidants. Along with dietary fibre and anti inflammatory properties has the ability to stop the development of diseases like diabetes cancer and heart diseases.
Banno Brown Basmati Rice
Unlike the white rice it has hull and bran which provide natural wholeness to the grain and are rich in essential nutrients.
Banno Golden Sella Extra Long Basmati Rice
Banno Gold as the name suggests is the golden yellow grains of parboiled 1121 Basmati Rice variety and quality and falls under very superior quality.
Samaa XXL Basmati Rice
Samaa Extra Long Basmati Rice is our other brand with the same richness and goodness of Traditional Indian Basmati rice produced by Sulson Overseas.
Samaa Biryani Basmati Rice
Samaa Biryani Basmati Rice is sourced from the northern part of India, i.e., Punjab , characterised by its very long grain and unique aroma. Becomes fluffy, thin, long and non-sticky on cooking.
Samaa Sella Basmati Rice
Samaa Sella Basmati rice is Parboiled variety of 1121 Indian Basmati rice with extra long grains and has beautiful subtle aroma along with high nutritional value.
Sulson Ganga Basmati Rice
Sulson Ganga Basmati Rice is long grained golden parboiled rice with long slender grains rich in nutrients like vitamin A.
Facts About Rice
Fact, Ayurveda uses rice based diets in treating various imbalances in the body. Dal-chawal is a nutritious meal, possessing the entire spectrum of amino acids, vitamins and minerals. It also accelerates fat burning. In fact, the essential amino acid methionine found pre-dominantly in rice helps mobilize fat from the liver. As India is dominantly vegetarian, getting proteins from rice, especially the essential amino acid methionine and the conditionally essential amino acid (becomes essential under conditions of stress) tyrosine is crucial for us. Diabetics should also eat rice since they need these proteins.
Why to eat rice?
What are the nutritional facts of rice?
Rice is a complex carbohydrate that does not have sodium or cholesterol and barely any fat. Brown rice is the most nutritional of the many different forms. Brown rice retains the bran because it is not milled like white rice that loses a lot of nutrients in the milling process; however it tends to be enriched to replace those lost nutrients.
Interesting Facts about Rice
Rice is the second highest worldwide production after maize (corn). Since maize is mostly grown for purposes other than human consumption, rice is the most important grain for human consumption. There are more than 40,000 varieties of rice that grow on every continent exc ept Antarctica.