It is endorsed by the South African heart and stroke foundation and delivers consistently good quality, making it the rice you can rely on for nutritious and filling meals for your loved ones.
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Cresta Parboiled Rice delivers consistently good quality, making it the rice you can rely on. It undergoes a special process in which the minerals and vitamins from the seven bran layers are sealed into the carbohydrate heart of the rice grain thus increasing nutritional value.
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