United Foods Private Limited (hereinafter referred to as “United”) was incorporated under the provision of The Companies Act, 1956 on December 6, 2010. We are one of the renowned rice exporters in India
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Rice is one of the chief grains of India, and it has one of the largest area under rice cultivation in the world. It is one of the principal food crops of the nation, and India is one of the leading producers of this crop with many basmati rice companies in India. Moreover, it is in fact the dominant crop of the country and being a tropical plant, it flourishes comfortably in hot and humid climate.
Rice is also the major food grain which is produced by United Foods. Basmati rice exports is the major USP for United Foods. United Foods is one the top exporters for rice in India with the major markets being Asia, Europe and Middle East. Not only this, United Foods is popular for being one of the top exporters for Basmati Rice in India. One of the major rice products in India that is produced and exported by United Foods is 1121 basmati rice and basmati pulao rice. United Foods is not only popular for the basmati rice but is also known for its non basmati rice export from India.
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Sugarcane is a C4 plant having high efficiency in storing solar energy and most efficient converter of solar energy to sucrose. In agriculture sector, sugarcane share is about 7% of the total value of agriculture output and occupied about 2.6% of India’s gross cropped area during 2006-07.
Sugarcane in India provides raw material for the second largest agro-based industry after textile.
United Foods, like many other Indian rice companies and Indian rice exporters, ventured into the export of other agro based commodities, sugar being a major commodity for the same. Like rice exports even sugar exports from India is a major venture for United Foods.
Sugarcane is a C4 plant having high efficiency in storing solar energy . .
Millets are a group of highly variable small-seeded grasses, widely grown around the world as cereal crops or grains for both human food and fodder.
India is the world's largest producer of millets. In the 1970s, all of the millet crops harvested in India were used as food staple and by the 2000s, the annual millets production had increased in India.
Millets are a group of highly variable small-seeded grasses. .
Jowar is one of the major staple food grain crops in India. Out of the total area under Jowar cultivation in India, 50% is cultivated in Maharashtra. Whereas out of the total production of Jowar in the nation, 52% is from Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu.
In India, Jowar is eaten by people either by breaking the grain and cooking it in the same way as rice or by grinding it into flour and preparing ‘chapatis’. To some extent it is also eaten as parched and popped grain. This grain is also fed to cattle, poultry and swine.
Jowar is one of the major staple food grain crops in India. .
Bajra or pearl millet is an important coarse grain crop and considered to be the poor man’s staple nourishment. It is believed to be the native of Africa, from where it spread to India and other countries. It is one of the important crops of South Eastern Asia, China, India, Pakistan, Arabia, Sudan, Russia and Nigeria.
In India, it is grown in Haryana, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Bajra grains form a staple diet of about 10% population in the country and valuable fodder for cattle.
Bajra or pearl millet is an important coarse grain crop and. .
Wheat is the main cereal crop in India. The total area under the crop is about 29.8 million hectares in the country. The production of wheat in the country has increased significantly from 75.81 million MT in 2006-07 to an all-time record high of 94.88 million MT in 2011-12. The productivity of wheat which was 2602 kg/hectare in 2004-05 has increased to 3140 kg/hectare in 2011-12.
The major increase in the productivity of wheat has been observed in the states of Haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. Higher area coverage is reported from MP in recent years.
Being one of the biggest rice exporter and basmati rice exporter in India and abroad, United Foods, has been able to build up a distribution system that has enabled it to venture into other product lines and make them reach the right people. The same holds good for the export of wheat flour and wheat grains.
Wheat is the main cereal crop in India. The total area under. .