More than a mere mode of business, agriculture is a ‘way of life’ in India. Its’ principal food crop — Rice is cultivated in many regions across the country. Growing, selling and eating rice is an integral part of the country’s culture. Due to its basic life-sustaining qualities, rice holds great spiritual and ritual significance in India. It is also included in the staple diet by people belonging to the eastern and southern parts of the country.
With Asia being the largest producer and consumer of rice, more than 4,000 varieties of rice are grown in India. The country boasts of a pool of manufactures and exporters of rice across the globe. A star Trading House — Shri Lal Mahal is one of the biggest exporters of rice from India.
Shri Lal Mahal Basmati rice is the premium export of the company. Producing premium quality of rice, it has emerged as the leader in basmati rice business. Having a major share of the Basmati and non-Basmati export pie, it is one of the largest exporters of Basmati and non-Basmati rice from India. Shri Lal Mahal is also the first exporter to have exported 5,000 MT of Basmati Rice for the first time from India to Europe, in the year 1978.
It enjoys a formidable presence in countries like Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, South East Asia, and the Middle East. The company has its offices and associates spread across various parts of the globe, including Geneva, USA, the UK, Singapore, Dubai, Mauritius, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and Oman.
Along with Shri Lal Mahal Basmati rice, the company also processes and sells pulses, tea, spices, soyabean and sugar. Detergents, Cement, Steel Scrap, Iron ORE, Timber, are some of its other prominent products.
Steadily moving towards a high growth and sustainable performance, Shri Lal Mahal has emerged as a multinational corporate house. It has achieved commendable success in both the domestic as well as overseas markets with its own brand.