Cooking rice
Cook a bowl of rice for your family!

As a food staple in many culture, the process of cooking rice has been simplified over the years, particularly with the advent of the modern rice cooker where minimal supervision and repeated steps are eliminated. Thanks to technology, Hung Hiep Group’s quality rice products are now able to be exemplified with simple steps of washing rice and heating it in a cooker.

Step 1: Rinse rice once and drain.
Step 2: Put water and rice in the pot.
Step 3: Set the rice cooker on cook mode.
Step 4: Turn it on warm mode for 10 minutes before serving.

World Rice Quotes

Variety Jasmine Rice Fragrant Rice Long Grain White Rice
5% USD650 USD595 USD440

** All price are in USD & per metric tonne
CRF or Phnom Penh Port.

  • Popular
  • Jasmine Rice
  • apsara rice

    Phka Romdoul, Phka Romdeng, Phka Romeat, which are all species of the well-known Cambodian Jasmine Rice, has won the world’s best rice award in 2012, 2013 and 2014 consecutively, due to its natural aroma when it’s being cooked and its soft and tender texture when being consumed. Famous and well liked in both Asia and other regions such as Europe and America, the long-grain can only be grown and harvest once every year, to plant when raining season comes and harvest in October until January, making it especially precious when served.

  • Extra-long grain
  • Strong natural scent
  • Soft, sticky texture when cooked
  • Popular
  • Fragrant Rice
  • apsara rice

    Sen Kra Ob, or better known as Fragrant Rice, grows in both wet and dry season of the country and can be planted in any general irrigation. Similar to the Jasmine Rice, the Fragrant rice is also a type of long grain that’s known for its natural fragrance while being cooked. It reflects a smooth, shining and soft texture when cooked, and is a perfect option for people who prefers soft yet chewy rice.

  • Long grain
  • Tender when cooked
  • Pearly white color
  • Sweet aroma and flavour
  • Fluffy texture when cooked
  • White Rice
  • apsara rice

    Grown in both wet and dry seasons, the White Rice is predominantly used among the masses such as farmers and families in suburban areas as well as canteens and popular restaurants, due to its economical nature and ease of growing. Flexible in its uses and a common ingredient in many other processed products today, it is often found in cakes and rice wine etc.

  • Medium-length grain
  • White color
  • Distinct scent
  • Firm texture when cooked
  • A versatile tasty variety