Black Rice

Known for its variety of nourishments including anthocyanin, Vitamin E, B1, B2, iron, fiber and the most powerful antioxidants found in any rice, Black Rice is widely popular among consumers. Dehusked, not milled, Black Rice maintains its colour of dark purple or black, and most importantly, its rich nutrients.

Packed with health benefits, Black Rice helps stabilise blood sugar, reduce cholesteral, prevent colon cancer, fight heart disease and slow down aging process – an additional supplement to help lessen health problems in today’s fast-moving world.

Our 100% organic Grace Bio Black Rice is grown by our strong network group of local farmers with more than a generation of experiences and genuine interests in organic produces. Dedicated and hard-working, our contracted farmers exclusively provide their rice only for us. We have made our mark in the rice-exporting industry and have been praised worldwide by our consumers for our optimum quality of our organic Black Rice.



  • Keep in a cool, dry place, but the best is to store Black Rice in the refrigerator
  • The rice in the vacumm pack can be stored up to one year
  • Storing cooked rice, even in the refrigerator, is not recommended
  • If necessary, keep your cooked rice in a tightly sealed container in the refrigerator

Cooking Instructions

Cooking rice is a hassle-free procedure. Once the rice is cooked, your kitchen will be filled with a light, sweet and scrumptious scent. Rice takes less than half an hour to cook in an automatic rice cooker so it is simply ideal for any dish for any occasion.

What You Need

  • Rice
  • Dish to Drain Rice
  • Pot for Cooking
  • Measuring Cup
  • Spatula
  • Directions

Rinse the rice once, moving your fingers through the rice, until the water runs pure without any milkiness. Drain.

Place the rice in a pot. Add enough water to cover the rice by 3/4 inch. Put the lid of the rice cooker on and cook for 20 minutes or until the switch is automatically turned off

Allow to sit, still covered, for at least 10 minutes

Fluff with spatula and serve


  • Instead of just scooping the rice up with spatula and place it on a plate, you can stuff the rice into a small bowl first and turn the bowl upside down on a plate, then remove the bowl. The rice will be nicely set on the plate.
  • 1 1/2 cups of rice gives about 3 1/2 cups cooked rice
  • Cold cooked rice is better for making fried rice as the rice does not stick together