Ratna White/ Creamy Sella Rice (OLD)

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Grainville offers the traditional Ratna White/Creamy Sella Rice (OLD) from West Bengal, renowned for its distinct taste and suitability for Indian cuisine.

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Introducing Grainville’s Ratna White/Creamy Sella Rice (OLD), a specialty of West Bengal. With its unique taste and texture, this rice variety lends itself perfectly to a host of Indian dishes, from classic biryanis to comforting kheer. Our Ratna White/Creamy Sella Rice (OLD) is sourced from the fertile fields of West Bengal, ensuring authenticity in every grain. Indulge in the rich culinary tradition of West Bengal with our Ratna White/Creamy Sella Rice (OLD).

  • John Peterson

    We’ve been importing rice for the past two years and the quality has been consistent throughout. Their efficient service and adherence to delivery schedules make them our preferred supplier. Truly reliable!” – John Peterson, Procurement Manager, USA

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What are the export capabilities of Grainville?
Grainville has extensive experience in exporting to various countries. We have the infrastructure and partnerships to handle both small and large orders effectively.
For our international customers, we offer multiple Incoterms depending on their needs, such as Free On Board (FOB), Cost, Insurance and Freight (CIF), Cost and Freight (CFR), and Delivered Duty Paid (DDP). For our customers within India, we also provide Ex Works (EXW) terms. Specific terms can be discussed further during the order process.
Grainville has a thorough understanding of customs procedures and import regulations in various countries. We ensure all our products comply with the import regulations of the destination country.
We offer flexible payment terms including Letter of Credit (LC), Telegraphic Transfer (TT), and others. Exact terms can be agreed upon based on the specifics of each order.
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