Get to know Thai jasmine rice Pride of Thai people internationally

“Rice” has been a staple food for Thai people for a long time since the Boran period. There are many species But the most outstanding and delicious until it is recognized internationally. Thai jasmine rice (Official name “Thai Hom Mali) is the most popular rice both in Thailand and abroad. country
Hom Mali Rice is one of the world famous rice. Jasmine rice is a type of rice that originated in Thailand. It has a unique aroma similar to the scent of pandan leaves. It is a variety of rice that is grown anywhere in the world, it is not of as good quality as it is grown in Thailand. And is a variety of rice that is an important agricultural export product to the world kitchen
Thailand’s jasmine rice has once again created pride among Thai people. Recognized as “The Best Jasmine Rice in the World” by the 2016 World Rice Conference 2016
We can divide jasmine rice into large categories as follows.
New jasmine rice, early season : The best authentic jasmine rice And high quality It is 105 pure white jasmine rice. From Ubon Ratchathani and Sisaket provinces can be grown only once a year, soft, sticky, aroma, rubber, rice and delicious taste. Suitable for those who prefer to consume jasmine rice that is super soft. Including fragrant than general jasmine rice
100% jasmine rice specially selected (Old, Old, New): Fragrant, long slender, shiny seeds High content of whole grain When cooked, the steamed rice will have a good consistency. Suitable for those who like to eat authentic jasmine rice that emphasizes on the deliciousness and quality in a beautiful grain.
Real jasmine rice (unadulterated): slightly broken kernels. But it is jasmine grits That is still soft Suitable for those who want to eat authentic jasmine rice at an affordable price.
The product is only once a year that Hong Thong is proud of. Delivered to Thai people from the “Hong Thong Na Yot Project” for Thai farmers Cultivated in the best area of ​​Thai jasmine rice cultivation at the Kaeng Kla field. It also helps farmers to earn more income from increasing yields per rai. And reduce the cost of planting per rai

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