Organic Sonamasuri Rice
Rice is a staple food in Indian households. With thousands of rice varieties grown in Indian paddy fields, sonamasuri rice is one of the most popular ones. Used to prepare delicious like sweet Pongal, idli, pulao, and more.
Sona Mahsuri is a lightweight and aromatic medium-grain rice that is the result of a cross combination of the rice varieties Sona and Mahsuri. It is grown largely in the Indian State of Andhra Pradesh, Telngana, and Karnataka, and used primarily in South Indian cuisine. In Telugu, Sona Masuri rice is called Bangaru Theegalu (meaning Golden Ivy). Sonamasuri is a premium variety of rice that is mainly exported to the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, and Middle Eastern countries such as Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar. In Andhra Pradesh, it is mainly cultivated in the Krishna, Guntur, Kurnool, Nellore, Prakasham and Twin Godavari districts. In Telangana, it is mainly cultivated in Mahabubnagar, Miryalaguda, karimnagar, Nizamabad, and Warangal. In Karnataka, it is mainly cultivated in the Raichur, Koppal, and Bellary, Belagavi districts.