With a fluffy texture and popcorn-like flavour, basmati rice is a go-to grain all over the world. But it’s not just a pretty face: it naturally contains resistant starch, which supports gut health and bowel function.
Protects cells from damage and is important for perception, memory and mood (manganese and iron)
Helps to protect cells from free radical damage and contributes to normal thyroid function (copper and selenium)
Supports heart function, energy creation and mental and emotional well-being (vitamin B1, B2 and B3)
May assist with colon health due to resistant starch (non-digestible fibre)
What goes in.
Organic basmati rice.
What's kept out.
Pesticides, insecticides and fungicides.
Did you know?
Did you know non-organic rice crops are usually sprayed with pesticides and insecticides? While intended only for the pests, these chemicals can cause long-term health problems for us, including hormone disruption, lung irritation and neurological disorders.
Sourced in India.
Butter chicken or rogan josh? Basmati rice is the ultimate sidekick to Indian dishes – especially curries and stews.
Honest To Goodness
From the sesame seeds they sell to the very soul of their organisation, Honest to Goodness keep it, well, honest. Their philosophy? To make healthy food and affordable ingredients for everyone. Established in 2002, Honest to Goodness is underpinned by the strongest of company values, like ‘contribute not exploit’, which places ethical contribution and responsibility at the forefront. They also support organisations and causes whose values align with their own, which includes their ‘goodness giving program.’ Wholefoods that are ethical, environmental and don’t cost the earth? Sounds like our perfect partner.