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Heaviest bag of rice: India breaks Guinness World Records record

Heaviest bag of rice: India breaks Guinness World Records record

Dubai, UAE – February 24, 2016 – A bag of rice weighing 550 kilograms has entered the Book of World Records for being the heaviest bag of rice; the rice bag of India Gate Classic Basmati Rice brand has achieved the feat at the annual 4-day food and hospitality trade show being held in Dubai.

Photo: KRBL director Priyanka Mittal. KRBL Limited, the world’s largest rice millers and Basmati rice exporters, has successfully entered the Book of World Records with a bag of rice from its acclaimed India Gate Classic Basmati Rice brand weighing 550kg, a combined weight of two adult Royal Bengal Tigers.

The Guinness World Records world record for the largest display of rice dumplings contained 34,056 dumplings and was made by Towngas Rice Dumplings for the Community (China) at Hong Kong International Trade & Exhibition Centre in Hong Kong on 10 June 2007.

Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the largest rice mosaic; it is 1,798 sq.m (19364.14 sq. ft) and was achieved by Chinese Taoism Folk Culture Association (Chinese Taipei) at Changhua City, Chinese Taipei on 8 November 2014.

The rice bag of India Gate Classic Basmati Rice brand has achieved the feat at the annual 4-day food and hospitality trade show being held in Dubai from February 21-25.

KRBL Limited, the world’s largest rice millers and Basmati rice exporters, has successfully entered the Book of World Records with a bag of rice from its acclaimed India Gate Classic Basmati Rice brand weighing 550kg, a combined weight of two adult Royal Bengal Tigers.

The new record by India-based Basmati rice exporter, KRBL Ltd was achieved when the bag was filled in a single day by a team at KRBL DMCC’s Al Quoz warehouse before being driven on a truck to Gulfood.

KRBL director Priyanka Mittal said: “This is a very important region for us, 85% of India’s exports in Basmati rice comes to the Middle East, so this is our biggest market after India; naturally being at Gulfood is important to our continued progress.”

Gulfood 2016 is hosting the show’s largest contingent to date of national and industry pavilions having lined up a total of 117 – five more than last year – with first-time group participation from Russia, Costa Rica, Belarus, Mauritius and New Zealand returning after a six-year break.

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