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REI Agro Ltd

  • Largest and the strongest procurement network for procurement of basmati paddy from farmers
  • Commissioned one of the country's largest parboiled rice facilities
  • Best quality products are supplied to the customers of the company
  • As of September 2014, total assets stood at Rs 7,137.58 crore (US$ 1.14 billion)

Raindrops basmati rice comes from the house of REI Agro Ltd – world’s largest basmati processing company. REI Agro Ltd was established in the year 1994 with a vision to consolidate the fragmented basmati rice industry. Today REI is India’s leading food major and is listed in Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), National Stock Exchange (NSE), London Stock Exchange and Singapore Stock Exchange.

The company commands a sizeable 22 per cent share of world’s basmati market.

It follows an integrated business model and is equipped with the latest technology available globally. The state-of-the-art facilities and ISO 9001:2000 conforming to quality standards have resulted in superior quality grain at an excellent value proposition.

The company enjoys investment grade rating from Credit Analysis and Research Ltd (CARE) for short term debt.

The Company offers a wide range of brands like Raindrops Extra Long Grain (ELG), Raindrops Gold Supreme, Raindrops Gold Royal, Raindrops Gold Super, Raindrops Supreme, Raindrops Royal, Raindrops Select, Raindrops Super, Raindrops Popular, Raindrops Daily and Raindrops Rozana. With wide choice at all the price points, REI Agro has become a household name.


REI Agro Ltd: World's largest basmati processing company

2014 Rei Agro has reported a sales turnover of Rs 1,061.36 crore (US$ 170.66 million) for the quarter ended March 2014.
2013 Winner of 3rd Asia's Best CSR Practices Awards.
2010 Rei Agro has reported a sales turnover of Rs 837.66 crore (US$ 134.69 million) for the quarter ended September 2010.
1994 The company was established.
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