Broken Rice

Wholesale Bulk Broken Rice Suppliers in USA

Common Name:

Broken Rice

Plant Parts Used:

Fragments of rice grains



Color Appearance:

Off-white to Light Brown Color

* (due to the nature of natural ingredients, color may slightly vary)


USDA, EU, Kosher

Country of Origin:


Product Applications:

Nutraceuticals, Cosmetics, Herbal Teas, Capsules, Tablets, Functional foods beverages

Product Offerings:

Broken Rice

Medikonda Nutrients is the Largest Manufacturer, Wholesale Supplier, Bulk Distributor, Exporter of Broken Rice. Majority of the ingredients are available in stock at our warehouse in USA.

Broken Rice: Overview

Broken rice refers to rice grains that have been broken, cracked, or fragmented during the milling process. It is a byproduct of rice production and differs from whole grain rice, which consists of intact, unbroken grains. Broken rice is commonly used in various culinary applications and has certain characteristics that make it suitable for specific dishes.
Due to its smaller size and broken texture, broken rice tends to cook faster and absorb flavors more easily compared to whole grain rice. It is often utilized in dishes such as rice porridge, rice puddings, congee, and some types of fried rice. The broken grains can also be ground into rice flour, which is used in baking and cooking.
While broken rice may not have the same visual appeal or texture as whole grain rice, it is still nutritionally similar and contains carbohydrates, fiber, and some essential nutrients found in rice. It is a cost-effective option for consumers and is commonly consumed in many parts of the world, particularly in regions where broken rice is abundant or preferred for specific culinary traditions.

Product Certifications


Private Labeling Options

Powders: Packed in eco-friendly Pouches or Canisters in customized sizes

Capsules & Tablets: Packed in bottles of 60ct, 90ct or 180ct

Oils: Packed in glass bottles with dropper in 100ml, 4oz or customized sizes

private labeling options

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