Short description

Our blend of 3 Organic Rice from Camargue PGI has the protected geographical indication label.

It is a mixture of white, black and red rice.

It is produced and processed on the lands of the Camargue, in the south of France, by local producers according to ancestral know-how.

It has not undergone any preventive conservation treatment and is made from non-GMO seeds.

It can be eaten sweet or savory, alone or accompanied.

It is a product from organic farming certified FR-BIO-1.

It is marketed in a recyclable kraft bag, produced by a French family business.

The zip closure allows you to better preserve your products.

Mixture of 3 organic rice from Camargue PGI

Short description

Our blend of 3 Organic Rice from Camargue PGI has the protected geographical indication label.

It is a mixture of white, black and red rice.

It is produced and processed on the lands of the Camargue, in the south of France, by local producers according to ancestral know-how.

It has not undergone any preventive conservation treatment and is made from non-GMO seeds.

It can be eaten sweet or savory, alone or accompanied.

It is a product from organic farming certified FR-BIO-1.

It is marketed in a recyclable kraft bag, produced by a French family business.

The zip closure allows you to better preserve your products.

2.75 €
VAT included
Poids
  • 300g
  • 500g
  • 1kg
Quantity
En stock

Ways To Pay

Nutritional values on 100g

Energy value: 1478 kJ - 348Kcal

Fiber: 0.7g

Proteins: 6.9g

Fat: 0.7g including 0.2g of saturated fatty acids

Carbohydrates: 78.2g of which sugars <0.5g

Salt: 0.0045g

Gluten <20mg / kg

The Camargue has been the French region producing rice since the Middle Ages.

Camargue rice is now protected by an IGP. This label guarantees quality natural rice, produced using ancestral know-how. Rice cultivation has its source in the Rhône delta, a region with waterlogged soils, perfectly suited to rice fields.

The Camargue rice that we have selected is organic and promotes the maintenance of responsible agriculture.

The grains of rice therefore grow in a natural environment surrounded by flamingos.

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