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Iran may soon permit rice imports from India
Iran may soon issue permission for importing rice from India, India's Commerce Ministry said in a statement.
Thailand seals Iran rice deal
Thailand secured a deal to sell rice to Iran for the first time in 10 years, with the delivery of 50,000-100,000 tons of white rice due over the next 1-2 months.
Iran may resume imports of Indian rice soon
India's Commerce and Industry Ministry said Iran is expected to resume imports rice from the South Asian country in the near future.
Investment in rice mechanization projects hits $156m
The government of President Hassan Rouhani has invested six trillion rials (about $156 million) on the mechanization of rice cultivation, said an official with the Ministry of Agricultural Jihad, describing the investment as 'unprecedented'.
Iran lifts Indian rice import ban
Iran lifted its ban on imports of basmati rice from India, a report said.
India to nudge Iran to resume basmati imports
India is getting ready to send a delegation to Iran to protect its big basmati rice market.
Iran keen to buy more Thai rice
Iran has showed an interest in buying more rice from Thailand as the Thai government seeks to unload grain from the country's huge stockpile.
Reheated rice can cause food poisoning
Eating up leftovers is a good way of saving money and it also saves on cooking, but some foods have the potential to be more dangerous than others.
Rice will not make you fat if you use this trick
Not only in India, white rice is a popular grain across the globe, for the simple reason that it can easily be paired with a lot of different foods — be it the humble curry, a piece of grilled fish or even roasted beans.
Pakistan eyes 30% increase in rice exports to Iran
Pakistani traders eye an increase of at least 30 percent in export of aromatic Basmati rice to Iran and a delegation will visit the country later this month to seek more opportunities following the lifting of international sanctions, industry officials said.
Rice, Africa’s ticket out of poverty
Africa is eating more rice than other food staples, though it produces less than it needs. This is good news for the cereal’s potential to help Sub Saharan Africa out of poverty according to researchers. Rice is the second most important source of calories in Sub-Saharan Africa, according to the Africa Rice Center (AfricaRice), a research organization working to contribute to poverty alleviation and food security.
Rice, palm oil risk to mangroves
The threat posed by the development of rice and palm oil plantations to mangroves in Southeast Asia has been underestimated, a study has suggested.
US rice import draws criticism in Iran
A US ship reportedly unloading 10,000 tonnes of rice in the Iranian port of Chabahar has become a lightning rod for criticism in a country which is seeking to curb imports of American goods.
Cooking rice in a percolator could erase arsenic
Arsenic in rice is a global health concern, but researchers in Northern Ireland have found a way to remove it by cooking rice the way coffee is brewed, a study said. A percolator that cooks rice by passing hot water through it, rather than boiling it in a pot, was able to remove 85 percent of the grain's cancer-causing inorganic arsenic.
Rice: Israel demands on Iran nuclear deal not viable
There is no way for Iran to “unlearn” the capabilities it has gained in the nuclear energy sector, said US National Security Adviser Susan Rice.

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