The brand is available in Parboiled, Basmati as well as White rice.
So whether you are preparing a simple meal or want to surprise your family and friends with something a bit more exotic, you can be assured that Surprise Rice is the smart choice for nourishing meals that will have your family asking for more.
Surprise Rice. The Smart Choice.
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Surprise White Rice
Surprise White Rice is a pure, long grain rice originating from the Southern States of America. Its mild flavour compliments spicy dishes such as stews, assorted curries, potjiekos and puddings.
Surprise Parboiled Rice
Surprise Long Grain Parboiled Rice is a smart choice because it delivers ‘A grade’ quality. It is high in energy and low in salt, helping to maintain a balanced lifestyle.
Surprise Basmati Rice
Surprise Basmati Rice is an authentic aromatic Indian Rice. Basmati, meaning fragrant, is well known for its distinctive flavour, aroma as well as it delicate texture. It best accompanies spicy curries, Biryani and sweet puddings.
TIGER CONSUMER BRANDS LTD. CUSTOMER SERVICES:Telephone +27 0860 121 344 Address 3010 William Nicol Drive, Bryanston, 2191, South Africa
Postal Private Bag 208, Bryanston, 2021, South Africa
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