Organic Non-GMO Brown Long-Grain Kosher Basmati Rice 2, 5 or 10 lbs – G47 Marketplace
Organic Non-GMO Brown Long-Grain Kosher Basmati Rice 2, 5 or 10 lbs

Organic Non-GMO Brown Long-Grain Kosher Basmati Rice 2, 5 or 10 lbs

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What Is Brown Basmati Rice?

The thing that makes brown basmati rice stand out among the other types of this grain is its elevated fiber content and a truly unique aroma. The latter is caused by the fact that it contains 12 times more the chemical that gives rice its natural smell as compared to most other species of its group.

Brown basmati rice is one of the most amazing types of grains there are. The elements it contains can be used to make many tasty dishes.

The Raw Brown Basmati Rice from Food To Live is an organic product sourced in the US. This means that we oversee its quality from the very beginning of its journey to your table. We always do our best to provide that the grain retains most of its nutritional value, so the processing it undergoes is minimal. The Food To Live facility is organic and we uphold the highest health and safety standards to provide you with delicious, safe, and contaminant-free products.

Brown Basmati Rice Nutrition Profile

The first and foremost benefit of brown basmati rice is that it’s much more nutritious than its milled down white variety. Just to give you some example, it contains:

  • 80% more of the vitamin B1
  • 67% more of the vitamin B3
  • 90% more of the vitamin B6
  • 50% more manganese
  • 50% more phosphorus
  • 60% more iron

Of all the nutrients contained in brown basmati rice, it holds the largest amounts of:

  • Manganese
  • Selenium
  • Phosphorus
  • Copper
  • Magnesium

The amounts of B vitamins and vitamin E are also very high.

Vegans, vegetarians, and all people who generally don’t care for seafood and fish can look at brown basmati rice as an alternative source of selenium.

Brown Basmati Rice Calories

One of the main reasons why brown basmati rice (organic in particular) makes such an amazing food is that a cup of cooked kernels contains only 216 calories. Considering the nutritional value of this product, it’s a very low count and means that you definitely should consider making brown basmati rice your #1 grain.

This won’t be a hard decision seeing how this variety of rice tastes incredible and can be added to almost anything. There is even brown rice tea, which is considered a very special delicacy in Japan, a country with a notoriously low number of overweight residents.

How Much Basmati Rice Should You Eat?

Unlike some other foods, like nuts for example, brown basmati rice doesn’t contain a lot of fats or some elements that may turn toxic in high concentrations. This means that there isn’t some maximum allowed amount of it that you can eat in a day.

Of course, if you are mindful of your diet, you already know that overindulging in anything is never a good idea.

Generally, when cooking, people use ¼ cup of uncooked kernels per person. The amount may vary greatly depending on one’s preferences or dietary needs. The majority of brown basmati rice recipes state the amount you’ll need to use for a dish.


Food to Live is a company committed to making people healthier by providing them with delicious, healthy food. We established this business with a purpose of making a change that would take our world one step closer to being a better place for us and our children.

Food to Live delivers a variety of natural, organic and raw foods that can enable anyone to develop healthy eating habits. All our products can be included into a vegan diet.  


Choose from 2 lbs, 5 lbs or 10 lbs.

10 lbs option packaged in brand packaging as shown in photograph.

2lbs and 5lbs options are packaged and sealed in vacuum packed bags.

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