Sugar is an important part of worldwide human food balance sheet. After cereals and vegetable oils, sugar provides more kilocalories per capita per day on average than other food groups. The world produced about 168 million tonnes of sugar in 2011. Today sugar is considered a necessity
We buy both white and brown sugar directly from our principals Sucden, a world renowned sugar trade house headquartered in Paris. They source large volumes of sugar on our behalf from numerous producing countries around the world through their network of offices. The bulk of our sugar supplies are sourced from South America, Far East and South East Asia.
Our customers are mainly distributors, wholesalers as well as government organizations. Our sugar is recognised for its consistent quality, high purity levels and superior flavour.
We source basmati, white long grain and Thai fragrant rice for our global customers from India, Pakistan and Thailand.
The unique fragrant and delicate basmati grains are sourced only from independent farmers who hand-tended their crop using a methodology perfected through generations. These grains are grown in the Himalayan foothills where the snow fed the rivers, and combined with the rich soil and unique climate, gives pure basmati rice its tantalising flavour, delicate texture and magical aroma.
State of the art DNA technology is used to check the purity of our rice. Every grain is meticulously cleaned and milled with broken and discoloured grains removed to ensure the high quality of our product.
We purchase substantial volumes of basmati rice on behalf of our UK wholesalers and retailers. The other types of rice we offer such as the white long grain and brown rice are imported by our customers in West Africa.
The main varieties of rice we offer our customers are:-
* Basmati rice
* White long grain rice
* Brown rice
* Sella rice
* Thai fragarnt rice
* Patna rice
* Sona masuri rice
Wheat today is the second most-produced cereal in the world. Wheat is grown on more land area than any other commercial crop and is the most important staple food for humans. World trade in wheat is greater than for all other crops combined. Globally, wheat is the leading source of vegetable protein in human food, having a higher protein content than either maize (corn) or rice, the other major cereals. We source our wheat from globally renowned producers in Australia, Canada and Ukraine.