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Rice Milk

Rice Milk

Rice milk is a dairy substitute that is ideal for people who suffer from lactose intolerance or are allergic to soy. It contains more carbohydrates but lesser fats. Rice milk is frequently supplemented with vitamins and is popular among athletes, dieters, and those who are sensitive to soy or lactose.

Applications:

  • Sports Drinks
  • Gluten-free Energy Bars
  • Beverage
  • Skin-care Products
  • Creams
  • Shampoos and Soaps
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More about Rice Milk:

Rice milk is produced at an industrial level by running Organic or Conventional rice through a diffusion process to filter the rice kernels. At SGC, we mostly use premium quality brown rice sourced from our own fields as a raw product, ensuring a premium quality product.

Rice milk has more carbohydrates and no lactose than dairy milk. This offers a viable option for those who are lactose intolerant, want bone-strengthening calcium and vitamins, or just want a no Saturated Fat or Cholesterol option.

Rice milk can be drunk straight after being fortified, or it can be processed into a variety of forms. Athletes, those attempting to lose weight, and bodybuilders looking to develop muscle are all common consumers of rice milk. Ice cream and desserts made from rice milk are gaining popularity nowadays.

Benefits of Rice Milk:

  • Digestible
  • Allergen-free
  • Certified Vegan and non-GMO
  • Halal and Kosher
  • Available in multiple variants
Specifications Rice Milk
Form Powder
Moisture% 3-5
Fat% <4.0
Protein% <1.0
Shelf Life 12 months
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Applications:

  • Sports Drinks
  • Gluten-free Energy Bars
  • Beverage
  • Skin-care Products
  • Creams
  • Shampoos and Soaps

More about Rice Milk:

Rice milk is made by passing Organic or Conventional rice through a diffusion process to strain the rice kernels at an industry level. At SGC, we mostly use premium quality brown rice sourced from our own fields as a raw product, ensuring a premium quality product.

As compared to dairy milk, rice milk contains more carbohydrates, but less proteins and no lactose. This makes it a considerable option for people who are lactose intolerant, or simply trying to cut down on their protein intake, while the carbohydrates provide a steady stream of energy in the body.

Rice milk can be consumed directly after a fortification process, or it can be processed into various forms. Oftentimes, rice milk is consumed by athletes, people trying to watch their weight, or bodybuilders trying to gain muscle. Ice cream and desserts made from rice milk are gaining popularity.

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Benefits of Rice Milk:

  • Digestible
  • Allergen-free
  • Certified Vegan and non-GMO
  • Halal and Kosher
  • Available in multiple variants

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