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Wholesale Grains

Rice and Pasta Wholesale

As a wholesaler of rice and pasta we offer a wide variety of delicious ingredients. Below you'll find an overview of the different types of rice and pasta we offer:

  • Basmati White, Super, Recleaned
  • Basmati Brown, Super Recl., Xray, CO2
  • Black Rice
  • Brown Rice – Round
  • Brown Rice – Round – Medium
  • Jasmin Brown, Hom Mali
  • Jasmin White, Hom Mali
  • Long Brown Rice
  • Long Parboiled Rice
  • Long White Rice
  • White Broken Rice
  • White Risotto Rice
  • White Sushi Rice
  • Red Rice
  • Wild Rice
  • Rice Flour
  • Rice Flour – Grits
  • Rice Flour – Precooked
  • Fusilli – Yellow
  • Fusilli – Brown
  • Penne – Yellow
  • Penne – Brown
  • Spaghetti – Brown
  • Spaghetti – Spelt
  • Spelt Fusilli – Penne
  • CousCous – Yellow
  • CousCous – Brown
  • CousCous – Spelt
  • CousCous – Kamut
  • CousCous – Barley
  • CousCous – Corn & Rice
  • CousCous – Corn
  • CousCous – Rice
  • CousCous – Spelt & Quinoa

In addition to offering rice and pasta products, we also offer seeds and grains. This enables us to provide a complete product range and thus be of help to nearly any company operating in the food industry. The wide variety also allows our clients to try out new types of rice and adjust their assortment to their customers’ needs in a blink of an eye.

All our ingredients, including rice and pasta, have undergone thorough inspection before being placed on the market. We focus on quality and aim to combine this with quantity. Thus we rather speak of ‘and’ instead of ‘if’. Feel free to request the specification sheet or certificate of analysis to determine the product quality yourself.

Black rice

Black rice has a black color due to a pigment known as anthocyanin. It is also known as purple rice, forbidden rice, heaven rice, imperial rice, king’s rice and prized rice.


Couscous is extremely popular in Northern Africa. It is still relatively unknown in Europe, but that is about to change very soon. Keep an eye on this product!

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