Our Products

While there are many types of rice categorised according to size and flavours of the seed, following are Araliya Products that brings the variety of rice flavours and goodness, in its total eminence.

BOILED RICE

05Kg - 10Kg - 25Kg - 50Kg

Supiri Keeri Samba

05Kg - 10Kg - 25Kg - 50Kg

Samba Rice

05Kg - 10Kg - 25Kg - 50Kg

Red Nadu

05Kg - 10Kg - 25Kg - 50Kg

White Nadu

RAW RICE

05Kg - 10Kg - 25Kg - 50Kg

Red Raw

05Kg - 10Kg - 25Kg - 50Kg

Samba Raw

05Kg - 10Kg - 25Kg - 50Kg

White Raw

Type of Rice

Rice the nutritional factory is divided and consumed in two different categories, named as Brown and White Rice.

Brown Rice

is the stage where the grain of rice is not milled or partly milled. The grains are not polished to bring out the inner whiteness of the brown seed. The thin brown layer, which is not milled or partly milled, is where majority of the nutritional goodness takes refuge in. Since it retains the whole of the grain, brown rice can also be referred to as “Whole Grain Rice”.

Brown Rice

is the stage where the grain of rice is not milled or partly milled. The grains are not polished to bring out the inner whiteness of the brown seed. The thin brown layer, which is not milled or partly milled, is where majority of the nutritional goodness takes refuge in. Since it retains the whole of the grain, brown rice can also be referred to as “Whole Grain Rice”.

White Rice

is an outcome of the complete milling process. During this manufacturing process the whole outer layer of the grain of rice is removed and polished, retaining only the white inner part of the grain. Due to the removal of outer bran and germ of the seed, White Rice becomes less healthy than Brown Rice but becomes easier to digest.

The Production Process

  • Step 1

    paddy-cleaning

    The first stage is dedicated for rejecting any unwanted matter from the collected paddy.

  • Step 2

    husking

    After the basic paddy cleaning process, the accepted lot will undergo the husking step where the rough outer layer of cellulose that is protecting grain of rice is completely removed.

  • Step 3

    husk-separation

    After husking the remains will go through the Husk separator. It is done through sieve or ventilation. When passing through the intended huge opening, the much heavier brown rice will remain, while the less heavy husk will be carried off to a safer distance.

  • Step 4

    whitening-or-polishing

    The separated brown rice will be directed to go through the whitening process, by removing the densely wrapped bran layer where majority of the vitamins take refuge in.

  • Step 5

    grading

    After going through the polishing process until the standard colour is obtained, the milled grains will once again go through the Grader, which removes deformed, broken bits and pieces of grains.

  • Step 6

    colour-sorting

    Once the unwanted and deformed grains are removed, they will be sorted according to its colour by taking a trip through colour sorter.

  • Step 7

    packing-and-delivering

    The surviving lot of processed raw grains, are packed and distributed across the nation, or stored in our well maintained warehouses.