Verde Valle rices come from a natural source, with quality, freshness and safety, and they are meticulously taken care of, from their growth to its harvest; that is why they are considered among the best in the world.
Our processing and packaging plant has the FSSC2200 certification (Feed Security Norm) completely aligned with every current norm, and includes the inspection of every single grain by an electronic eye of the highest technological quality.
Verde Valle's promise to its consumer is to pack the most fresh and best quality product of the market.
No. Verde Valle only commercializes products that meet the highest quality, nutrition and food safety standards, in compliance with regulations applicable in Mexico and the United States. We stay aware and attached to the normativity issued by national and international authorities, as well as to quality controls developed within the company to preserve the best product and follow the appropriate measures for our consumer care. That is why we have a NON-GMO Seed Certification (non genetically modified varieties) that we request to all our suppliers every harvest year.
We gladly reassure our firm commitment to stay alert and to take on the necessary measures to preserve our quality.
You can do it in the microwave, by adding some teaspoons of water and covering it up very well. Or you can use the stove, pouring some oil over the pan, adding the rice and some teaspoons of water; cover it up and heat it over low flame.
Depending on the variety. For example, non sticky rice doesn't need to; once it's cooked, it's grains stay loose. Overall, to wash or not the rice is a personal choice, our suggestion is to wash it and drain it before frying.
It depends on the dish. For example, it can be enough for 5 or 6 people if the rice is served along with some kind of meat; if it is the main course, and more ingredients are added such as chicken, cream, pepper, etc, it will serve 4 people.
Due to the process to which it is submitted, and because each grain contains husk properties.
You can add some lemon drops to the water you are going to use.
This rice belongs to a variety called Calrose, which, due to its origin, has a high content of starch that makes it sticky while cooking.
Its quality. With the use of optical fiber laser channels machinery in the selection process, each grain of rice packed for you is inspected. Every grain is meticulously selected and removed if it does not meet our quality standards; for example, this applies to grains with different color or shape, and to broken or starched grains.