The Indian rice market is poised to witness a rise in its revenue from USD 64.5 Mn in 2021 to USD 77.7 Mn by 2027. The increased investment in technological up-gradation and modernization of rice mills has boosted the growth in this segment. Moreover, certain government policies and supportive schemes including the initiative to enhance the production of rice through modified mechanisms also play a major role in the development of the rice mill industry. However, the sector is still considered to be quite unorganized as it struggles to establish a smooth communication between agricultural sector and the industrial production, resulting in a decline in the quality of rice produced. This is where Balaji Chawal Mills came into the picture to encourage small farmers through a sustainable support system to grow paddy, rich in quality and offers the consumers a Variegated range of long, medium and short grains.
Balaji Chawal Mills is based in Uttar Pradesh and operates the production of a broad range of Basmati and Non- Basti rice including processed Sambha variety of paddy, thin rice of Himalayan Terrai region, Annpoorti rice, Gauhar and Pakiza rice. Our rice mill plant is equipped with cutting-edge machineries and facilities to accomplish a production capacity of 12 TPH. Since its inception in 2011, Balaji Chawal Mills had gradually built a system that is instrumental in the socio-economic development of the local farmers as well as aiding them to upgrade their agricultural practice. The company focuses on promoting health through setting up the entire production process in a hygienic environment and offers the products in competitive price range. Balaji Chawal Mills exports rice to 20+ countries as well.