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  • Rice - 1472 Words
     Even thought there are many different foods in the world today and many that are easy to get, rice at a one time in the world was the a hot commodity. Rice is a tall grass that grows in a variety of conditions although it flourishes in wet, warm tropical climates. Rice is a food of the Old World. People who lived close to the River rivers started growing rice first in continents like Africa, India, South America and Asia. Citizens of these nations learned how to grow rice in the wet and...
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  • Rice - 536 Words
    Raising the value of Rice Sector Of Viet Nam and Raising the Income of The poor General Introduction: Rice is the staple food of almost Vietnamese people and the number of rice cultivating households accounts for 2/3 households in all country. To about 100% population of Vietnam – the poorest group, rice takes account 35% total household spending. The important role of rice to the national economy is showed through the consumer price index structure with the rice proportion : 20%. Moreover,...
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  • Rice - 875 Words
    Rice growing in Mekong Delta has an ancient history traced to the Khmer regime of the 18th century. It was taken over by the Vietnamese. However, the Cambodians still consider this area as "KamPuchea Krom or Lower Cambodia" not able to forget that they owned this area in the past. Cambodia even attacked Vietnam in 1978 to take control of the Mekong Delta. However, they were decisively defeated.[2] This delta was the last part of the present day Vietnam that was annexed from Cambodia.[11] Its...
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  • Gallo Rice - 3610 Words
    1. What is special (different) about F&P Gruppo? Why has the company been successful? First of all, F&P Gruppo describing itself as "the rice specialist" was exceptional, because it was one of few companies in the world so vertically integrated, involved in entire process of growing, milling, packaging and marketing rice. The advantage of such organization was control of the quality and the ability to react quickly according to market changes. The company decided to trade off other products...
    3,610 Words | 10 Pages
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  • Rice Diseases - 585 Words
     Bakanae disease in Rice Causal agent;- Gibberella fujikuroi Host plant ;- Maize (zea mays),Rice (Oryza sataiva),Sorghum (Sorghum spp),sugar cane (Saccharum officinarum). Alternate hosts include Leucaena leucocephala, Lycopersicon esculentum (tomato), Musa sp. (banana) and Vigna unguiculata (cowpea). In Japan, the pathogen has been found on Panicum miliaceum. Distribution;- The pathogen is widespread in all rice-growing countries of the world. It has never been recorded on rice within the...
    585 Words | 2 Pages
  • Rice Milling - 1022 Words
    TECHNOLOGY OF MODERN RICE MILLING AND BASMATI RICE PROCESSING OF RICE • Introduction • Quality of Rice RICE MILLING • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Intake Paddy its Handling Cleaning Drying Cracking of Paddy during drying and how to prevent it Methods of Drying Fuel for drying Storage Conditions for safe storage Storage factilities Milling of Rice Types of Rice Mill Huller mill Battery of hullers Sheller cum huller mill Sheller cum cone polisher...
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  • Rice Consumption - 6113 Words
    De La Salle University – Manila Research Study: Income and Consumption on Rice of Filipino Families A Research Paper presented to The Faculty of the Decision Sciences and Innovation Department Ramon V. del Rosario College of Business In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in Basic Research Methodology (BASIREC) Submitted to: Professor Eula Villar Submitted By: Ku, Marian Joyce Camille Torres, Bienvenido Uy, Anika Michelle December 2012 Acknowledgements The...
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  • Rice Industry - 8172 Words
    INTRODUCTION Introduction Rice is the staple food for 65% of the population in India. It is the largest consumed calorie source among the food grains. India is the second largest producer of rice in the world next to China. West Bengal is the leading producer of paddy in the country. It accounts for 16.39% of the total production, and the other leading states are Uttar Pradesh (13.38%), Andhra Pradesh (12.24%), Punjab (9.47%), Orissa (7.68%) and Tamil Nadu (7.38%); the remaining...
    8,172 Words | 30 Pages
  • Jati Rice - 1649 Words
    Table of Contents History & Background 2 Value & Objectives 2 Excellence in Product Quality 2 Popular Products with Variety of Choices 3 Mission and Vision 4 Balance Scorecard 5 Strategy Map 6 History & Background JATI rice is so much synonymous with its producer Serba Wangi Sdn Bhd. Our Company started its operation in 1993, and has become one of the nation's leading rice millers and wholesalers focusing on rice business. The business covers an extensive...
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  • rice trading - 3073 Words
    DESCRIPTION OF BUSINESS LOCATION OF THE OFFICE The location of my business is in Malanday Marikina City because the owner of the business is a resident of Malanday Marikina City. I am currently renting a place in Malanday to put up my rice business. COMPANY HISTORICAL BACKGROUND SM’s Rice Trading is a newly business LEGAL STRUCTURE AND OWNERSHIP SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP The sole proprietorship is the simplest business form under which one can operate a business. The sole proprietorship is...
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  • Golden Rice - 1038 Words
    Golden rice Vitamin A is one of the most important vitamins to humans, and it plays an inevitable role in our daily life, thus Vitamin A deficiency (VAD) affects millions of people, causing serious health problems. Therefore, scientists are searching for the most effective method to let people obtain enough Vitamin A as possible. As a consequence, the scientific program of cultivating Golden Rice has attracted people’s attention. “Golden Rice is a new type of rice that contains beta-carotene, a...
    1,038 Words | 3 Pages
  • American Rice - 11184 Words
    Harvard Business School 9-595-020 November 15, 1994 American Rice, Inc. in Vietnam From his eighteenth floor office located in the fashionable Westwood area of Los Angeles, Gerald Murphy, Gerry to his friends, gazed over the veterans cemetery towards Beverly Hills, deep in thought. President Clinton had removed the U.S. trade embargo on Vietnam on February 4, 1994. Within 24 hours, Gerry had flown with his son Douglas to Ho Chi Minh City and discussed the details of a planned joint...
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  • The Origin Of Rice - 302 Words
    Deities- a god or goddess; divine character or nature Kernels- a whole seed grain, as of wheat or corn; small piece Wandering- moving from place to place without a fixed plan; roaming; rambling: Banquet- a lavish meal; feast; a ceremonious public dinner, especially one honoring a person, benefiting a charity, etc. Winnow- to free (grain) from the lighter particles of chaff, dirt, etc., especially by throwing it into the air. 1. Whenever you hear the phrase the wandering Jew, that is an...
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  • Legend of Rice - 891 Words
    The Legend of Rice A long, long time ago, our ancestors did not know about rice. They lived on fruits and vegetables, which they gathered in the forest, and on birds and wild animals, which they caught while hunting in the mountain. Tilling the soil was still unheard of. In addition, domestication of animals was not yet practiced. Since our people depended on the food which nature provided and not on what they themselves grew raised, their stay in one particular place was only...
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  • The Origin Of Rice - 846 Words
    There was a time, many, many years ago, when rice was not known to our people. At that time our ancestors lived on fruits, vegetables, birds, and wild animals which they caught while hunting in the mountains or the forests. Tilling the soil was still unknown. And poultry and hog was not yet a part of their way of living. Because our people depended on the food which nature provided and not what they themselves grew or raised, their stay in one place was only temporary. When there was nothing...
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  • Business and Rice - 369 Words
    1. What is the problem facing Scott Deeter and Ventria? Answer: Deeter came to Ventria in April 2002. He was appointed as Ventria’s CEO because of his good reputation as a businessman. As CEO he helped Dr. Raymond Rodriguez sort through several projects that Ventria was working on at the time. His concept of the business was to focus on one or two projects to make Ventria a profitable business. 2. What groups have a stake in Ventria's action? Indentify the relevant stakeholders and for each,...
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  • Rice Cooker - 2571 Words
    History of rice cooker In 137, the Japanese Imperial Army sanctioned an automobile-kitchen equipped with a primitive rice cooker. The rice cooker was a rectangular wooden box with two electrodes attached to opposite ends. To cook the rice, the box was filled with washed rice and water, and then a current was applied. This caused the water to boil. When the rice was cooked, the reduction of the water caused an increase in resistanc9e and reduced the heat, then it automatically became a...
    2,571 Words | 8 Pages
  • Rice Mill - 1832 Words
    RICE MILL 1.0 INTRODUCTION Paddy or rice grain consists of husk and brown rice. Brown rice, in turn, contains bran which comprises the outer layer and the edible portion. Rice milling is removal or separation of husk (dehusking) and bran to obtain the edible portion for consumption. The process has to be accomplished with care to prevent excessive breakage of the kernel and improve recovery of paddy or rice. The extent of recovery during milling depends on many factors like variety of paddy,...
    1,832 Words | 7 Pages
  • Rice in Vietnam - 1176 Words
    RICE IN VIETNAM First group report * Introduction Rice is the most essential food in Vietnam. From the starvation in 1945, Vietnam has tried a lot to produce enough rice for domestic consumption, and even enough for exporting overseas. Vietnam now has become a large market, attracted many investor from all around the world. This is a general report about rice in Vietnam, which will provide all necessary information for people who want to invest in Vietnam. This report contains 3...
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  • rice and bullet - 2119 Words
    RICE AND BULLETS Hernando R. Ocampo Without taking his breakfast, Tura left the house very early in the morning with an old jute sack slung across his shoulder. Long ago the sack had contained rice for his family— for his daughters Ine and Clara, for his little son Totoy, and for his wife Marta. But now the jute sack was bulging with the sharp, hard edges of three big stones which he had gathered the night before. "What are those stones for"? Marta asked. "Mister Remulla said we must have...
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  • Gaba Rice - 2517 Words
    Background Theppratarn Rice Mill 2 is operated by a group of farmers in Angthong Province since 1987. Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn has given a rice milling machine to local farmers in Bangsaded Sub-District, Pahmoke District, Angthong Province for the purpose of milling rice for their own consumption. In 2004, Angthong Provincial Office has renovated the old mill, repaired and improved broken machine tools by using government funds together with a sum from people's...
    2,517 Words | 7 Pages
  • Rice and Beans - 206 Words
    Rice and Beans N.a. RICE AND BEANS. N.d. n.a, Belize. . Web. . "Rice and Beans: A Belizean Food Blog." Rice and Beans: A Belizean Food Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Oct. 2013. . "Belizean Traditional Beans and Rice." Belizean Traditional Beans And Rice Recipe. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Oct. 2013. . Rice-and-beans, the staple of Belize Cuisine. Although originally considered primarily a Creole...
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  • Comprehensive Analysis of Rice Production
    Comprehensive Analysis of the Philippine Rice production in the past seventeen years Table of Contents Abstract......................................................................................................................... Introduction.................................................................................................................. Brief history of rice production in the Philippines..................................................
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  • Rice Industry in India - 7697 Words
    INTRODUCTION CHAPTER 1 INTRORUCTION Organization is a social unit of people, systematically arranged and managed to meet a need or to pursue collective goals on a continuing basis. All organizations have a management structure that determines the relationship between different functions and positions, and subdivides and delegate roles, responsibilities, and authority to carry out defined tasks. Organizations are open systems in that they affect and are affected by...
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  • Gallo Rice Hbs - 686 Words
    Gallo Rice - Good case for illustrating the differences between mature, new-growth, and emerging-market environments. Case addresses 4P issues in Italy, Argentina, and Poland. In late spring 1991, as Sig. Cesare Preve was wrestling with the issue of how what strategic moves should form the basis for Gallo's future in Argentina, he decided that an analysis of whether to cut prices to meet local competition would be useful. Market Situation. Preve knew that annual retail sales of rice in...
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  • Environmental Scanning for Rice Industry
    Environmental Scanning RICE INDUSTRY A. Industry Overview • Brief history It was then UP System President Edgardo Angara who said that the Philippines took for granted the need to establish a research on rice of its own. He was the leader who convened the committee to brainstorm the idea of establishing a national rice research center. The committee was composed of Domingo M. Lantican, vice chancellor for administration of UP Los Baños; Ricardo M. Lantican, UPLB director...
    2,538 Words | 11 Pages
  • How to Make Spanish Rice
    How to Make Spanish Rice Making Spanish rice is a fairly fast and easy process. It involves browning the rice, adding the ingredients, and cooking the rice. Before you begin you will need the following ingredients: cooking oil (vegetable or canola), long grain rice (I prefer Mahatma Jasmine), a tomato, an onion, water, and tomato bullion. The following seasonings are optional: Sazón Goya con azafran, Sazón Goya con culantro/achiote. (found on Mexican food aisle at most grocery stores)You will...
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  • A Woman Rice Planter - 1379 Words
    I cannot mark the passage of time exactly, but the report came that Sherman was advancing, and there came awful rumors of what he was doing and would do. We made long homespun bags, quite narrow, and with a strong waistband, and a strong button, to be worn under the skirts. And into these we put all our treasures. Things in the Confederacy were getting worse and worse. The Yankees were reported nearer and nearer. Confederate Soldiers came by the house and told us to destroy all the whisky we...
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  • Transgenic Rice Plants - 2546 Words
    For centuries, rice has been one of the most important staple crops for the world and it now currently feeds more than two billion people, mostly living in developing countries. Rice is the major food source of Japan and China and it enjoys a long history of use in both cultures. In 1994, worldwide rice production peaked at 530 million metric tons. Yet, more than 200 million tons of rice are lost each year to biotic stresses such as disease and insect infestation. This extreme loss of...
    2,546 Words | 8 Pages
  • PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS OF SELECTED RICE
     Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction Paddy or rice grain consists of husk and brown rice. Brown rice, in turn, contains bran which comprises the outer layer and the edible portion. Rice milling is removal or separation of husk (dehusking) and bran to obtain the edible portion for consumption. The process has to be accomplished with care to prevent excessive breakage of the kernel and improve recovery of paddy or rice. The extent of recovery during milling depends on many...
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  • Cp Rice Global Marketing
    Table of Contents 1 INTRODUCTION 5 1.1 COMPANY BACKGROUND 5 1.1.1 History of C.P. Company 5 1.1.2 C.P. INTERTRADE CO., LTD, the trading arm of C.P. group & major distribution of C.P. Thai rice 5 1.2 ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE 6 1.3 REASON FOR CONDUCTING INTERNATIONAL MARKETING ACTIVITIES 6 1.4 PRODUCT OVERVIEW 7 1.4.1 C.P. Main Products & services 7 1.4.2 Agribusiness & Food, the heart of C.P. 9 1.5 PARTICULAR PRODUCT (FOR GROUP ANALYSIS) 9 2 CURRENT MARKET SITUATION 9 2.1 COUNTRY...
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  • mary"s rice trading
    Republic of the Philippines BULACAN AGRICULTURAL STATE COLLEGE San Ildefonso, Bulacan INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT CASE ANALYSIS MARY’S RICE TRADING In partial fulfillment of the Requirements of the Subject MARKETING MANAGEMENT Mariel I. Francisco Jaycel I. Sayco Janice Lansangan Sarah Aurora Amojelar MS. IMEE D. ESGUERRA Subject Instructor August 7, 2014 I. Time Context In May 1999, Nicole Lopez was facing the challenge of expanding the number of...
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  • Myanmar Rice Export - 1999 Words
     Import-Export Management Introduction Our team has been tasked with designing an effective and efficient global supply chain involving rice in Myanmar. In this report, we will describe the decisions we made in designing this supply chain, and the rationale for these decisions. Background Myanmar is a nation located in Southeast Asia, bordered by China, Thailand, India, Laos and Bangladesh. It has a population of over 60 million, and a GDP of approximately 6.8 billion...
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  • Rice Flour Mask - 932 Words
    RICE FLOUR MASK Michelle Morales Introduction: Rice powder or flour is a widely known ingredient to treat blemishes, wrinkles and pigmentation. In fact, this ingredient has been used as an anti-aging skin treatment in many Asian countries for centuries. The Geishas in Japan, for example, use rice powder in their beauty routine and despite their heavy makeup, their skin remain porcelain smooth… I. Problem: Most People have acne problems or break outs, they also leave...
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  • Science Report: Golden Rice
    Science Report Golden Rice Genetically modified Golden Rice (GR) is a form of rice grain known as Oryza sativa, which has been genetically engineered to contain a pursued quantity of vitamin A. Uncooked GR has an attractive yellow to orange colour, which fades after cooking due to the loss of translucency of the starch in the grain. GR contains high amounts of beta-carotene (β-carotene) in the endosperm, although it is thought that the level of β-carotene should not affect the taste at the...
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  • Project on Rice Industry - 11235 Words
    SUMMER PROJECT REPORT BASMATI RICE INDUSTRY Made by: Vinamra Bansal Infinity Business School EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The following research report relates to the basmati rice industry of India. India is the second largest producer of rice in the world. But the contribution of Basmati rice in the overall rice production is very minute. India and Pakistan are the only two countries that hold the patent to produce Basmati rice in the world. Basmati rice is known for its aroma and nutlike...
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  • Rice Mill Project Report
    PROJECT PROFILE ON RICE MILL (Capacity – 4 TPH) PREPARED BY 8th Floor, Parishrama Bhavan, Basheerbagh, Hyderabad 1. Introduction: The Rice milling is the process that helps in removal of hulls and bran’s from paddy grains to produce polished rice. Rice is rich in genetic diversity with thousands of varieties grown throughout the world. Rice has been one of man's most important foods. Today, this unique grain helps sustain two-thirds of the world's population. It is life for thousands...
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  • Harvest: Rice and Fabian - 2973 Words
    HARVEST Loreto Paras Sulit HE first saw her in his brother’s eyes. The palay stalks were taking on gold in the late afternoon sun, were losing their trampled, wind-swept look and stirring into little, almost inaudible whispers. The rhythm of Fabian’s strokes was smooth and unbroken. So many palay stalks had to be harvested before sundown and there was no time to be lost in idle dallying. But when he stopped to heap up the fallen palay stalks he glanced at his brother as if to fathom the...
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  • American Rice Inc. in Vietnam
    American Rice Inc. in Vietnam American Rice’s strategy is to expand internationally by using one of the three main rice manufacturers in Vietnam. The horizontal integration with Vianafood allowed ARI to expand internationally and enter new markets. This expansion within the same industry was necessary for ARI in order to achieve an economy of scale. This venture brings ARI a larger customer base, bigger facilities, the first American rice maker in Vietnam, a larger work force, lower cost...
    1,377 Words | 5 Pages
  • Rice, Corn and Other Cereals
    Tabaco City S.Y.: 2010-2011 OF RICE, CORN AND OTHER CEREALS GROUP 3: Submitted to: 1. Jessica Belangel Ms. Mary Gale Cruza 2. Mary Cris Bino 3. April Coluso 4. Joseph Copino 5. Michelle Bonto 6. Annie Salomon 7. Ricky Ceriola CHAPTER IX RICE, CORN AND OTHER CEREALS 9.1 NUTRITIVE VALUE OF CEREALS Cereals and cereal products are valuable primarily because of their nutritive composition. They are good sources of carbohydrates, proteins,...
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  • Rice Mill Set Up - 2262 Words
    Description of Rice Milling Operation: Paddy in its raw form cannot be consumed by human beings. It needs to be suitably processed for obtaining rice. Rice milling is the process which helps in removal of hulls and barns from paddy grains to produce polished rice. Rice forms the basic primary processed product obtained from paddy and this is further processed for obtaining various secondary and tertiary products. The basic rice milling processes consist of: Process Definition 1. Pre...
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  • Introduction of Rice Milling - 1354 Words
    Chapter 1 Introduction This chapter discusses the background of the study, rationale of the study, objectives of the study, scope and delimitation, significance of the study, research methodology, research design, and respondents of the study, data gathering tool, data gathering procedures and definition of terms. Background of the Study The Rice Milling is a process that helps in removal of hulls and bran’s from paddy grains to produce polished rice. Rice is rich in genetic diversity...
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  • Growth Stages of a Rice Plant
    Introduction: The rice plant has tillers which are a characteristic of grass plants; however they have recognized a way of growing the plant which causes it to create the best grain possible. Discussion: Vegetative: In this stage the plant germinates and gradually grows taller and leaves emerge at steady intervals. Germination: The root elongates through the seed coat and anchors into the soil. The primary leaf (coleoptile) also elongates and breaks through the seed coat. Early...
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  • Is Rice Becoming an Inferior Good?
    Global rice demand: Is rice really becoming an inferior good? Mary Joanne Matriz,1 Imelda Molina,1 Harold Glenn Valera,1 Samarendu Mohanty,1 and Nelissa Jamora2 1 2 Social Sciences Division, International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines; Agriculture, Food, and Resource Economics, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA. Previous studies by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO 1971), Wong (1976), Mears (1981), and Ito et al (1989) implied that income...
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  • Rice Marketing Scenario in Bangladesh
    Marketing Scenario of Rice in Bangladesh Md. Reza Ahmed Khan, Department of Agricultural Marketing Rice is the staple food of around 162.2 million people of Bangladesh and with the green revolution, subsequent liberalization policies, and introduction of HYV or MV rice has turned a dependent nation into almost self dependent in respect of food grain production. The country produces around 27-28 million tons of rice annually, against the requirement of around 30 million tons of rice. An...
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  • Rice Industry of Pakistan - 1326 Words
    (II) RICE INDUSTRY According to UN’s ITSY , rice is the second largest commodity exported out of Pakistan where the food, beverages, and tobacco (HS 2002 sections 0+1), of which it is a part, accounted for 16.8% of Pakistan’s total exported goods in 2008 (ITSY, 2008). In the same year, UK imported $56,207.0 million worth of food, beverages, and tobacco with an average share of 8.9% of total imports. Rice falls in division 10 according to HS 2002 (Appendix A13) and 04 under SITC rev.3 under...
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  • Jolly Rice Marketing Plan
    Submitted by: John Richard So Atayde Reymond Cuntapay Joshua Del Moral Kent Aries Jose Alfie Villanueva Submitted to: Mrs. Arsenia Santos (Marketing 6 Professor) I. Mission and Vision Statement Mission To inspire and cultivate the human strength of mind – one person, one serve and one neighborhood at a time. It has always been, and will always be, about quality. We’re passionate about ethically sourcing the finest enhanced Rice, giving them with...
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  • Rice Hulls Absorbing Capacity
    ------------------------------------------------- Rice hulls Rice hulls (or rice husks) are the hard protecting coverings of grains of rice. In addition to protecting rice during the growing season, rice hulls can be put to use as building material, fertilizer, insulation material, or fuel. Production Rice hulls are the coating for the seeds, or grains, of the rice plant. To protect the seed during the growing season, the hull forms from hard materials, including opaline silica and lignin....
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  • The Origin of Rice (Tagalog Version)
    Long ago, people did not plant crops or raise animals for food. They relied only on nature and their surroundings. They would live in places where they could find food. Some stayed in caves and lived on fruits and animal meat. Some stayed by river banks and the sea, so they could fish for their food. They would stay in a place until food got scarce and then move to another place where food was bountiful. The couple Banag and Danas belonged to a group who used to live near the sea. They were...
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  • Rice Cultivation: Different Species and Methods
    Rice is the seed of the monocot plants Oryza sativa (Asian rice) or Oryza glaberrima (African rice). As a cereal grain, it is the most widely consumed staple food for a large part of the world's human population, especially in Asia. It is the agricultural commodity with the third-highest worldwide production, after sugarcane and maize, according to data of FAOSTAT 2012.[1] Oryza sativa with small wind pollinated flowers Since a large portion of maize crops are grown for purposes other than...
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  • Development of Instant Rice for Young Children
    Research Article Development of Instant Rice for Young Children Bencharat Prapluettrakul 1, Patcharee Tungtrakul 2, Sukamol Panyachan 1 and Tasanee Limsuwan 1* Department of Home Economics, Faculty of Agriculture, 2 Institute of Food Research and Product Development, Kasetsart University, Bangkaen Campus. Bangkok, Thailand * Corresponding author. E-mail address: tasaneelim50@hotmail.com 1 Received September 28, 2011; Accepted February 12, 2012 Abstract The objective of this...
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  • Swot Analysis of Ajwa Rice Mills
    Strength: The rice business is a basic or you can say primary need base business and the commodity is sold around the year whereas Asian south pacific region is concern demand is always at peak because consumers mostly prefer rice than its substitute wheat to satisfy their utility. The labor in Pakistan to work in field of rice is easy rather than other type of businesses because it’s a traditional field to local community in rural areas where our plants are manufactured and those labors are...
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  • Rice-Duck Farming Feasibility Study
    INTRODUCTION In 2011, President Benigno Aquino administration set a goal of achieving rice self-sufficiency by 2013 under the implementation of the National Rice Program. The country was declared 98% self- sufficient by the end of 2012. And just this fourth quarter of the year, Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala stated that full sufficiency in rice is considered to be attainable at the end of 2013. The NRP just one of the various government programs dealing with the reduction of poverty in...
    3,376 Words | 22 Pages
  • Porter's Model Approach for Rice Industry
    Why should Vietnam develop rice production as its competitive advantage? Rice is one of the leading food crops in the world with 85% of its production accounted by human consumption (The Importance of Rice, 2011). Rice is also the most important crop to millions of small farmers who grow it on millions of hectares throughout the region, and to the many landless workers who derive income from working on these farms. In the future, it is imperative that rice production continue to grow at least...
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  • The Flowering Response of the Rice Plant to Photoperiod
    The Flowering Response of the Rice Plant to Photoperiod A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE FOURTH EDITION 1985 Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines Mail Address: P. O. Box 933, Manila, Philippines THE INTERNATIONAL RICE RESEARCH INSTITUTE First printing 1969 Partially revised 1972 Revised 1976 Revised 1985 The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) was established in 1960 by the Ford and Rockfeller Foundations with the help and approval of the Government of the Philippines. Today IRRI is...
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  • Rice: Thermodynamics and Grain Drying Rate
    General: Drying: Drying is the process that reduces grain moisture content to a safe level for storage. Drying is the most critical operation after harvesting a rice crop. Delays in drying, incomplete drying or ineffective drying will reduce grain quality and result in losses. Drying and storage are related processes. Storage of incompletely dried grain with a higher than acceptable moisture content will lead to failure regardless of what storage facility is used. In addition, the longer the...
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  • Situation Analysis For Sukhmani Rice Mill
     Marketing Plan Situational Analysis By Deepinder Singh Professor Kathleen Houlihan [MBA 520 E - Marketing Management] April 03, 2013 Situational Analysis Company Sukhmani Rice Mills Scientifically Developed Infrastructure which spreads over an extensive area. Large infrastructure is categorized into numerous departments for flawless production. All units are managed by our experienced professionals working...
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  • Factors Affecting the Production of Rice in Malaysia
    FACTORS AFFECTING THE PRODUCTION OF RICE IN MALAYSIA We would like to point out the factors affecting the production of rice in our country. Climate and the nature of soil, insect-pest and weed management, land areas, infrastructure, technologies and mechanization, dependency on other rice producers, investment and collaboration with international organization are the major factors that affect the rice productivity in Malaysia. In temperate and tropical climate areas, rice is grown mostly...
    1,311 Words | 4 Pages
  • Investigatory Project About Rice Water
    The Key to Solve Our Problem in Water Consumption The Effect of Rice Water on Mongo Plant Egalla, Joshua Alfonso C. Gamil, Gil Gerald C. Gaña, Gian Robert G. Feliciano, Stephanie F. Solomon, Julia Louise V. Montiague, Eurika Yzabel L. August 15, 2013 Ms. Katryna Abdon _______________________ _______________________ Date Submitted Submitted To 1....
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  • Ddeok Korean Traditional Rice Cake
    Ddeok is Korean traditional rice cakes. Rice cakes have naturally woven themselves into many important Korean traditions and customs. It is known as the food of the gods. Ddeok is eaten many times throughout the year. It can be eaten just plain or served as soups and appetizers. Ddeok can also be categorized in a number of ways: ceremonial, everyday traditional, contemporary, cookie ddeoks. It can be cooked in different ways: steamed, fried, boiled, and pounded. Ddeok is created through...
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  • Influence of Rhizobium on the Growth and Yield of Rice
    Title______________________________________________________________________ Influence of Rhizobium on the growth and yield of Rice Abstract___________________________________________________________________ Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is one of the world's most important crops. The present investigation was designed to assess the range of growth-promoting activities of various diazotrophic bacteria on rice seedling vigor, its carryover effect on straw and grain yield, and the persistence of an...
    5,081 Words | 16 Pages
  • Scope and Future Prospect of Research Rice
    PROJECT REPORT Scope and Future Prospect of Research Rice in Jharkhand By: Ashish Kumar MABM 2011-13 BHU,Varanasi Submitted to: Mr.R.P.Shukla GM-Marketing Nuziveedu Seeds Pvt.Ltd Patna 1 CERTIFICATE This is to certify that Mr. Ashish kumar, a bonafide student of Master in AgriBusiness Management (2011-2013) at Banaras Hindu University,Varanasi, worked as summer trainee in your organization for the period starting from May 10th,2012 to July 4th, 2012. He has successfully completed his...
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  • Effect of cooking on amylose content of rice
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