Largest Vietnam Rice Exporters

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Dear Sir, Our warmest greetings from the largest Vietnam Rice Exporters

Largest Vietnam Rice Exporters

Largest Vietnam Rice Exporters

We are pleased to quote below price on F.O. B Basis ( Free – On- Board )

PRODUCT :

· Long grain white rice 5% broken : USD 404 PMT F.O.B Ho Chi Minh port, Viet Nam
· Long grain white rice 15% broken : USD 396 PMT F.O.B Ho Chi Minh port, Viet Nam
· Long grain white rice 25% broken : USD 390 PMT F.O.B Ho Chi Minh port, Viet Nam
· Rice 100% broken : USD 376 PMT F.O.B Ho Chi Minh port, Viet Nam
· Jasmine rice 5% broken : USD 496 PMT F.O.B Ho Chi Minh port, Viet Nam
· Medium short grain rice 3% broken : USD 490 PMT F.O.B Ho Chi Minh port, Viet Nam
· Japonica ( Round rice) : USD 540 PMT F.O.B Ho Chi Minh port, Viet Nam
· Homali rice : USD 680 PMT F.O.B Ho Chi Minh port, Viet Nam
· Fragrant Rice : USD 485 PMT F.O.B Ho Chi Minh port, Viet Nam
· Parboiled Rice : USD 458 PMT F.O.B Ho Chi Minh port, Viet Nam

PACKING : PP bags of 50 kgs nett

PAYMENT TERM : L/C or TT

INSPECTION : SGS/ COTECNA/OR EQUITVALENT INSPECTION COMPANIES

TIME OF SHIPMENT : 10 days from receiving date of orginal L/C or TT

VALID : Within 3 days

Looking to hear your reply by adding valuable comments.
With B.regards

Vietnamese Rice Requests

Vietnam Rice Exporters Wanted for various importers in need of Vietnamese rice.
These orders are bulk shiploads with small trails of minimum 1000 MT orders.

Vietnam Rice Exporters

Name: **** *** Groups
Email: c******@*****.com
Phone: 1 310 **** *****
Your Requirements/ Questions: We are looking for Vietnam Rice Exporters For quarterly order of 30,000 MT of long
grain rice.
With first shipment to be 6000 MT of 5% of Parboiled long grain rice and
6,500 MT of 5% of long grain White Rice, both from last crops.

We are looking for Vietnamese Rice Exporters

Name: k*** ****
Email: k******@******.com
Phone: 00228 91******
Your Requirements/ Questions: We are in need of Vietnamese rice for parboiled 100% sortexed 5% brokenplease provide us with prices

We need Vietname Rice Suppliers for 12,500 MT

Name: H**** ******n
Email: h*******@*****.com
Phone: 0023324****
Your Requirements/ Questions: I would like to know the price of 5% broken
Parboiled rice Vietnam Rice.
We shall be taking 12,500MT.
Pls get us a good offer.
We await your swift response.
Thank you

We need Vietnamese Jasmine Rice

Dear Ms. Sir,

Good Day! Hope you are doing well. Kindly quote us your best rates for the below inquiry.

Commodity : Vietnamese Jasmine Rice
Broken : 5%
Brand : Buyers Brand
Packing : 20 KG PP bags
Quantity : 50,000 MT
Shipment Terms: CFR Djibouti Port

We look forward to work with you. Awaiting your valuable revert. Thanks.

Best Regards,
H**** *****

**** **** ******* General Trading FZE
Tel: +971 4 ******
Fax: +971 4 ******
Cell: +971 52 **** ****
Email: h******@******.com
Skype: ******.******

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List of Rice Varieties by Country

Major categories

There are four major categories of rice worldwide: Indica, japonica, aromatic and glutinous.[1]

African varieties

  • African rice (not Oryza sativa but a different species, known as Oryza glaberrima.)
  • New Rice for Africa

Australian varieties

  • Amaroo[disambiguation needed] – semi-dwarf medium grain
  • Reiziq – semi-dwarf medium grain
  • Jarrah – semi-dwarf medium grain
  • Koshihikari – tall short grain Japonica style
  • Opus[disambiguation needed] – semi-dwarf short grain Japonica style
  • Illabong – semi-dwarf arborio style
  • Langi[disambiguation needed] – semi-dwarf long grain, soft cooking (low amylose)
  • Doongara – semi-dwarf long grain, hard cooking (high amylose)
  • Kyeema – tall long grain, fragrant

Bangladeshi varieties

  • Chinigura Rice
  • Kalijira Rice – similar to basmati and jasmine rice but with very tiny, short grains, resembling sushi rice
  • Kataribhog Rice
  • Paijam Rice
  • Najirshail Rice
  • Balam Rice
  • Binni Rice
  • BrriDhan – This is a group of high yielding rice varieties developed by Bangladesh Rice Research Institute.
  • Hori Dhan
  • Irri Rice
  • Miniket Rice
  • Hamim

Bhutanese varieties

  • Bhutanese red rice – like brown rice but semi-milled. See Brown rice.

Cambodian varieties

  • Phka Malis(ផ្កាម្លិះ) – similar to fragrant Thai Jasmine rice
  • Neang Khon(នាងខុន)
  • Phka Khnei(ផ្កាខ្ញី) – another fragrant variety, phka meaning “flower”.
  • Neang Minh(នាងខុន) – long grain rice
  • Phka Romdul(ផ្ការំដូល)
  • Bonla Pdao(បន្លាផ្ដៅ)
  • Sen Kro Ob(សែនក្រអូប)
  • Sen Pi Dao(ែសនពិដេា)

Canadian varieties

  • Wild Rice

Chinese varieties

  • Forbidden rice

Dominican varieties

  • Prosequisa 4
  • Prosequisa 5
  • Prosequisa 10
  • Juma 57
  • Juma 58
  • Juma 66
  • Juma 67
  • Idiaf 1
  • Yocahú CFX-18
  • Cristal 100
  • Toño Brea
  • Inglés Corto
  • Inglés Largo

Iranian varieties

Many varieties of rice are cultivated in Iran. A few of them are listed below

  • Domsiah
  • Binam
  • Hasani
  • Salari
  • Ambarboo
  • Sang Tarom
  • Hasan Sarai

Italian varieties

  • Arborio
  • Ariete
  • Baldo
  • Carnaroli
  • Lido
  • Originario
  • Padano
  • Ribe
  • Roma
  • Sant’Andrea
  • Thaibonnet
  • Venere
  • Vialone Nano

Japanese varieties

  • Koshihikari
  • Hitomebore
  • Hinohikari
  • Kinuhikari
  • Nihonbare
  • Sasanishiki
  • Kirara397
  • Hoshinoyume
  • Domannaka
  • Akitakomachi
  • Haenuki
  • Hanaechizen
  • Akebono (rice)
  • Asahi (rice)

Nepalese varieties

  • Pokhareli
  • Jire Masino
  • Mansooli

Lao / Thai varieties

  • Sticky Rice
  • Rice biodiversity in Laos [2]

Pakistani Rice

  • PK-386 Basmati Rice
  • PK-198 Basmati Rice
  • D-98 Basmati Rice
  • KS-282 varieties==
  • PK-385 Basmati
  • Irri-9
  • Irri-6

Portuguese varieties

  • Agulha Rice
  • Carolino Rice

Indian varieties

  • Basmati
  • Ambemohar
  • Dubraj rice
  • Aizon Rice [3]
  • Champaa Rice
  • Clearfield Rice
  • Hasan serai
  • Gobindo Bhog [West Bengal]
  • Atop
  • HMT Rice
  • Thimmasamundaram Mollakolukulu
  • Jay Shrirama Rice
  • Joha rice [4]
  • Rosematta rice
  • Navara rice
  • Raja Hansa rice
  • Molakolukulu
  • Patna rice
  • Pusa Rice
  • 74 count
  • Idly Rice – Short grain
  • Sona Masuri
  • Ranjit Rice [5]
  • Katta sambar
  • Hansraj
  • Jyothi
  • Annapoornna
  • Poreiton chakhau – aromatic dark red rice from Manipur
  • Rice varieties of Karnataka- Jaya, Thanu, Tunga, IR-30864, BR-2655 (Produced in SFPP Project, VC Farm, Mandya, Karnataka, India)
  • Traditional Kerala rice varieties – Chitteni (ml:ചിറ്റേനി),Aryan(ml:ആര്യൻ), Thavalakkannan(ml:തവളക്കണ്ണൻ),Vattan (ml:വട്ടൻ), Wayanad Kayamma (കയമ്മ)
  • Assamese rice varieties – Bora, Malbhog, Manuhar, Bahadur, Kushal, Maniram IR-8, etc.
  • Tamilnadu rice varieties- IR-20,IR-50,Aduthurai(ADT)-36,Ambai-16, BPT 5204, ADT 43, improved white ponni, Co-43 etc.,

Indonesian rice varieties/landraces

  • Cianjur Pandanwangi (aromatic)
  • Rajalele (semi-aromatic)
  • Peta
  • many deep swamp rice varieties of Kalimantan (Borneo)
  • dryland rice landraces of Java
  • Temanggung black rice
  • Mandel Handayani; Segreng Handayani, Gunung Kidul red rice, Yogyakarta

Philippine varieties

  • Baysilanon
  • Dinorado
  • Ifugao Rice
  • Maharlika
  • Milagrosa pino
  • Segadis Milagrosa
  • Kalinayan
  • Sinandomeng
  • IR-841
  • IR-64
  • Angelika
  • Azucena
  • Malagkit
  • Wagwag
  • 80 other varieties which include Red, Brown, Black, White, Glutinous rice

Sri Lankan varieties

  • Samba
  • Sri Lankan Red Rice
  • Keeri Samba
  • Supiri Samba
  • Supiri Nadu
  • Nadu Rice
  • Badhabath

Spanish varieties

Bomba Rice.

  • Bahia
  • Bomba
  • Calasparra
  • Senia

Thai varieties

  • Jasmine rice
  • White rice
  • White Glutinous rice
  • Black Glutinous rice
  • Red Cargo rice
  • Brown rice

United States varieties

California varieties

  • Akitakomachi rice
  • California New Variety rice
  • Calmochi rice
  • Calrose rice
  • Wehani rice

Louisiana varieties

  • Pecan rice
  • Popcorn rice

Vietnamese varieties

  • Dự Hương Rice
  • Nàng Thơm Chợ Đào Rice – from Mỹ Lệ commune, Cần Đước district, Long An province
  • Nếp cái hoa vàng from Nam Dinh province
  • Nếp cẩm Rice
  • Nếp Tú Lệ
  • Tài Nguyên Rice – from Long An province
  • Tám Xoan Rice – from Hải Hậu district, Nam Dinh province
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Rice Production By Country

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the U.N., 80% of the world rice production comes from 7 countries. However, if we talk about world rice production 2009-2010, the figures below show the worldwide rice production by countries- in fact, the top ten countries of world counted for their rice production.

Country Rice Production
China Mt: 166,417,000 (32.7%)
India Mt: 132,013,000 (26.0%)
Indonesia Mt: 52,078,832 (10.2%)
Bangladesh Mt: 38,060,000 (7.5%)
Vietnam Mt: 34,518,600 (6.8%)
Thailand Mt: 27,000,000 (5.3%)
Myanmar Mt: 24,640,000 (4.8%)
Philippines Mt: 14,031,000 (2.8%)
Brazil Mt: 10,198,900 (2.0%)
Japan Mt: 9,740,000 (1.9%)

There has been a major decline in world rice production since late 2007 due to many reasons including climatic conditions in many top rice producing countries as well as policy decisions regarding rice export by the governments of countries with considerable rice production.

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Fastest-declining Rice Imports by Country

Fastest-declining Rice Imports by Country

The 10 nations below decreased their milled rice imports the most in 2004.

  1. Indonesia … 390,830 tons (down 76% in 2004)
  2. Bangladesh … 991,810 tons (down 20.7%)
  3. Brazil … 852,080 tons (down 20.1%)
  4. Nigeria … 1.4 million tons (down 12.6%)
  5. North Korea … 702,000 tons (down 12.5%)
  6. Mexico … 459,210 tons (down 8.6%)
  7. Senegal … 822,550 tons (down 7.6%)
  8. Japan … 662,020 tons (down 6.2%)
  9. South Africa …744,840 tons (down 5.8%)
  10. Russia (Europe) … 618,460 tons (down 4.1%).
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Fastest-growing Rice Imports by Country

Fastest-growing Rice Imports by Country

Rice deliveries to the following 10 countries rose the fastest in 2004 from the prior year.

  1. Sri Lanka … 240,700 tons (up 597.3% in 2004)
  2. China … 928,210 tons (up 129.4%)
  3. Benin … 476,490 tons (up 124.8%)
  4. Saudi Arabia … 1.2 million tons (up 78%)
  5. Oman … 149,830 tons (up 64.5%)
  6. Kuwait … 150,620 tons (up 54.2%)
  7. South Korea … 209,320 tons (up 46%)
  8. Malaysia … 523,660 tons (up 42.1%)
  9. United Arab Emirates … 717,710 tons (up 28.6%)
  10. Canada … 334,320 tons (up 26.3%).
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Top Rice Importers by Country

Top Rice Importers by Country

The 32 rice importing countries listed below are responsible for 65% of world rice imports.

  1. Nigeria … 1.4 million tons (4.8% of global rice imports)
  2. Saudi Arabia … 1.2 million tons (4.2%)
  3. Philippines … 1 million tons (3.6%)
  4. Bangladesh … 991,810 tons (3.4%)
  5. Iran … 986,000 tons (3.4%)
  6. China … 928,210 tons (3.2%)
  7. Cote d’Ivoire … 868,320 tons (3.0%)
  8. Brazil … 852,080 tons (2.9%)
  9. Senegal … 822,550 tons (2.8%)
  10. South Africa … 744,840 tons (2.6%)
  11. United Arab Emirates … 717,710 tons (2.5%)
  12. North Korea … 702,000 tons (2.4%)
  13. Japan … 662,020 tons (2.3%)
  14. Russia (Europe) … 618,460 tons (2.1%)
  15. United Kingdom … 569,560 tons (2%)
  16. Malaysia … 523,660 tons (1.8%)
  17. United States … 480,750 tons (1.7%)
  18. Benin … 476,490 tons (1.6%)
  19. France … 474,270 tons (1.6%)
  20. Mexico … 459,210 tons (1.6%)
  21. Russian Federation … 454,710 tons (1.6%)
  22. Indonesia … 390,830 tons (1.3%)
  23. Singapore … 346,700 tons (1.2%)
  24. Canada … 334,320 tons (1.2%)
  25. Hong Kong … 326,230 tons (1.1%)
  26. Yemen … 322,240 tons (1.1%)
  27. Sri Lanka … 240,700 tons (0.8%)
  28. Syria … 236,710 tons (0.8%)
  29. South Korea … 209,320 tons (0.7%)
  30. Kuwait … 150,620 tons (0.5%)
  31. Oman … 149,830 tons (0.5%)
  32. Jordan … 135,890 tons (0.5%).
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Rice Imports by Continent

Rice Importers by Continent

  1. Asia … 11.9 million tons (41% of global rice imports)
  2. Africa … 7.6 million tons (26.1%)
  3. Europe … 3.5 million tons (12.2%)
  4. North and Central America … 2.3 million tons (8.1%)
  5. South America … 1.1 million tons (3.9%).

Even though Asia farms more than 91% of the global rice harvest, Far Eastern nations import more rice than any other continent.

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Rice Importing Countries (Top 10)

Ample rice supplies from top exporters Thailand and Vietnam will ensure prices of Asia’s main staple remain in check early this year, sparing at least one food item from record high prices that have raised fears of unrest.

While U.S. wheat and corn futures climbed around 50 percent in 2010 on adverse weather in key producing regions, the benchmark Thai rice dropped 13 percent during the year, with sufficient supplies to meet the global demand.

The top ten rice importing countries are as follows.

COUNTRY 2010*

Philippines 2,600

Nigeria 1,700

Iran 1,150

Saudi Arabia 1,100

Iraq 1,100

Malaysia 1,020

Cote d’Ivoire 860

South Africa 800

Indonesia 800

Brazil 800

* January/December year

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Rice Exporting Countries (Top 10)

Ample rice supplies from top exporters Thailand and Vietnam will ensure prices of Asia’s main staple remain in check early this year, sparing at least one food item from record high prices that have raised fears of unrest.

While U.S. wheat and corn futures climbed around 50 percent in 2010 on adverse weather in key producing regions, the benchmark Thai rice dropped 13 percent during the year, with sufficient supplies to meet the global demand.

The top ten rice exporting countries are as follows.

All figures are in thousand metric tons.

COUNTRY 2010*

Thailand 8,500

Vietnam 6,500

Pakistan 3,800

India 2,200

Cambodia 850

Uruguay 700

China 600

Egypt 600

Argentina 500

Brazil 400

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Rice Buyers ( Rice Buying Countries )

The main importers are those whose staple food is rice.

No. 1 is Philippines
‘Bangladesh’.
‘Sri Lanka’.
‘India’ at times.
‘Singapore’
‘Malaysia’

AFRICA
KOREA
INDONESIA
CHINA

Countries where the populations include a large proportion of rice eaters like Chinese and (South) Indians, coupled with lack of skill to cultivate rice.
In this category,
Mauritius, Fiji, Suriname, USA, South Africa, Caribbean Islands.

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