Rice is a grain, belongs to the grass family. The plants which need both warmth and moisture to grow, measures 2-6 feet tall and have long flat pointy leaves and stalk-bearing flowers which produce the grain known as rice. Rice is consumed by nearly one-half the entire world population and many countries, like Asia, are completely dependent on rice as a staple food. Rice is one of the few foods in the world which is entirely non-allergenic and gluten-free. Paddy production is one of the most important rice cultivation activities.

We at KRM start our journey with the farming of paddy. In wet rice agriculture, seeds are sown in small seedbeds; the seedlings are then transplanted one by one to prepared paddy fields. While the plants are maturing, they must be kept irrigated, but as the rice ripens the fields are drained.

The rice is then harvested and threshed by hand. Wet rice agriculture is labor-intensive, meaning that many people are required to do the job (as in the cultivation of silk worms and tea). Labor is particularly important when the fields are prepared, seedlings transplanted, and again when the rice is harvested. Paddy is also bought from other suppliers & transported to our processing units. The paddy is then carefully processed with husking unit where rice is separated from husk. The rice is then processed through various stages to create a high export quality. Traditionally, plant breeders concentrated on breeding for high yields and pest resistance. Recently the trend has changed to incorporate preferred quality characteristics that increase the total economic value of rice.

Grain quality is not just dependent on the variety of rice, but quality also depends on the crop production environment, harvesting, processing and milling systems. We are always committed to maintain the quality of paddy and that is the mean to satisfy the customers today.