Dubar Rice

The contents of Dubar Basmati Rice primarily consist of the rice grains themselves. However, when purchasing packaged rice, especially in regions where regulations require labeling, you might find additional information on the packaging regarding the rice's nutritional content, origin, and any additives or processing methods used.

Here's a general overview of what you might expect:

  1. Basmati Rice Grains: The main component of Dubar Basmati Rice is, of course, the rice itself. Basmati rice is known for its long, slender grains with a characteristic aroma and flavor.
  2. Nutritional Information: This might include details such as calories, carbohydrates, protein, fat, fiber, vitamins, and minerals per serving. Basmati rice is a good source of carbohydrates and contains small amounts of protein and fiber.
  3. Origin: Packaging may specify the region where the rice was grown. Basmati rice is predominantly cultivated in the Indian subcontinent, particularly in India and Pakistan.
  4. Additives or Processing Information: Some rice may have undergone additional processing or might contain additives such as fortifications or preservatives. However, pure Basmati rice typically doesn't contain additives beyond what's used in the cultivation and processing stages.
  5. Cooking Instructions: Packages often provide basic instructions for cooking the rice to achieve optimal texture and flavor.

Remember to check the packaging for specific details regarding the Dubar Basmati Rice you're interested in, as contents can vary slightly depending on the brand and any regional regulations.


Available in exciting packs.

  • 500 Gram
  • 1Kg
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Nutritional information (Approx value per 100 gm of product)

Pure & Fresh

Fresh from the farm to your plate

Weight Management

Very light yet fulling.

Blood Sugar & fresh

Helps maintain blood sugar levels.