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Rice is a cereal grain that comes from the Oryza sativa grass species. It is one of the world’s oldest cereal grains, having been farmed for at least 5,000 years. Rice is a staple food for more than half of the world’s population, and Asia produces 90 percent of the world’s rice.

This starchy, high-calorie grain is often inexpensive, making it a staple in many diets. It’s a good source of complex carbs and is high in nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. More than 40,000 different shapes, sizes, textures, aromas, and colours are available in the grain. White, brown, rose, noodle, black pearl, red yeast, wild, jasmine, and sushi rice are just a few of the varieties available. Long-grain, medium-grain, and short-grain varieties are available, and they have the versatility and adaptability to any flavour and seasoning. Rice has a chewy, soft texture that gives meals fullness and complements a variety of cuisines.