Rice is commercially classified by the shape of the grain and the processing it has undergone before being packaged.
Variety of fine-grained rice native to India, it is known and prized for its aroma and light texture.
Because it is not hulled, the grains retain the bran and germ; it is highly nutritious and has a stronger flavor than white rice.
More nutritious than white rice, it has undergone a steam pressure process prior to milling, to preserve the grains’ vitamin and mineral content.
Milled rice from which the bran and germ have been removed; it is often enriched to compensate for the loss of nutrients.