With waning impact of covid-19, people had high hopes from the year 2022. Almost all expected the year to support recovery after the covid-19 pandemic wreaked havoc and disrupted lives in the last couple of years. However, the year drifted far away from people’s pre-conceived notions.
Rice is the common food for more than half the world’s population. It is the second-largest cereal crop produced in the world after corn. Rice is also a key staple food in many parts of Asia, North America, South America, and Europe. The global rice market is expected to rise at a CAGR of more than 2% by 2022. This rise can be attributed to the growing population and increase in demand for different varieties of rice such as brown rice, basmati rice, and jasmine rice. Moreover, factors such as increasing disposable income, rapid urbanization, and changing dietary patterns are expected to contribute significantly to the growth of this market during the forecast period. Moreover, countries such as India and China are major producers of rice globally.
Egypt is a prominent rice market in the North African region with the country’s rice supply being tabulated at 60.9 kg paddy/capita/year. The demand is higher than production which makes the region dependent on rice imports. The government in the country imports rice from China, India, Thailand, and Russia.
India is a major non-basmati rice exporter in global markets giving stiff competition to Vietnam. Thailand and the USA are the other two countries producing and exporting parboiled rice and 100% broken rice. In the financial year 2021, India witnessed an increase in exports driven by record-high sales of non-basmati (13.9 million tons) and Basmati rice (4.6 million tons). According to the Agriculture and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA), the shipments of Non-Basmati Rice rose 115.44 percent to $3.51 billion in April-January 2020-21 from $1.63 billion in the same period in 2019-20.
Rice is one of the world’s foremost food crops for humans, particularly in Asian countries. Top 5 rice-consuming countries in the world during 2020 are from Asia.
Rice is the third most grown crop in the world? The only two crops produced more than rice are maize (corn) and sugarcane. It grows in moist conditions, which are common in the Asian region.
Rice is a staple food crop in many countries, especially in the Asian regions from Japan in the east to Pakistan in the west. It grows in moist conditions, which are common in the Asian region. And with such climatic conditions, India and Thailand became the leading rice exporting countries during 2020.
Rice is one of the major food items in many countries. It is consumed by a majority of the human population worldwide. It grows in moist conditions, which are common in the Asian region. The Philippines and China are the leading rice importing countries during 2020.
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Tradologie.com is delighted to welcome our new rice exporter partner onboard- Paddy fields.
The company joined hands with us in October 2020 and we are honored to have them as our prestigious associate. With the aim to provide fine quality rice for connoisseurs worldwide, consistently and to march excellence in the rice exporter field through innovation.
Produced in the fertile plains of north India, Sugandha rice is hybrid traditional basmati rice with no aroma. Cooking Sugandha rice can elongate it up to 14-15mm and is a common replaceable variant of traditional basmati rice. Sugandha rice is long, slender and needs proper warehouse storage. The rice is one of the preferred varieties of Indian rice and has a good global market.