Whether you are biting into a California roll at your favorite sushi restaurant or tucking in to a beautiful plate of paella, California rice is the foundation for glorious cuisine from around the world, and is a common thread shared by many cultures.
California-grown rice is not only highly prized for its exceptional quality and
taste; it’s affordable, at about 10 cents per serving. The State's medium and short grain rice is prized for its soft and sticky characteristics. It’s an ingredient in many popular cuisines, including Japanese and Italian, which include sushi, paella and risotto, just to name a few.
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As the oldest, continuously family-owned and operated rice farm and mill in California, we firmly believe our discerning customers appreciate the fact that we oversee all facets of production–from growing and harvesting, to milling and packaging. We have worked our land since the late 1920s and have long specialized in rice products nonpareil. The company has a long and rich history that parallels the relations between the United States and Japan for more than 80 years. This included the internment and relocation of their founder, Keisaburo Koda, during World War II and the subsequent destruction of their farm and loss of most of their - [Read more]