With nearly 21 percent consumption worldwide, rice is one of the most common staple diets in the world. India is the largest producer of basmati rice worldwide and exports massive quantities of rice around the world. A large share of Indian rice exports comes from the global economy. Pusa Basmati Rice is a hypnotic and delicate taste that draws more rice lovers.
Pusa Basmati Rice is one of the most important ingredients in the world. As India is the largest producer worldwide of basmati and non-basmati grade rice, tremendous quantities of rice are exported worldwide. A substantial share of India’s rice exports contributes to the global economy. The delicacy and fragrance of Basmati rice hypnotize people, drawing more rice enthusiasts towards it.
Two aromatic Basmati Rice have huge demand from the European Market. One is Pusa Basmati Rice and the other one is 1121 Basmati Rice.
In the last year November’2019, India exported approximately 3 lakh tons of Basmati Rice to European Countries. After such a bulk export, the country imposed a rule that from now onwards export of rice (Basmati Rice and Non Basmati Rice) to European Union countries required Certificate of Inspection. The rule was that the certificate would be issued from a Government agency to ship rice varieties to countries of the European Union.
According to the European Commission, the Maximum Residue Limit (MRL) level for fungicide is 0.01 mg per kg from 0.03mg earlier.
Certificate of Inspection by the European Union