This is a special message from MARS Foodservice. Chefs are finding a growing number of creative applications for rice in everything from exotic ethnic creations to healthful spa cuisine to regional American comfort foods. Spurring them is the rising awareness of the nutritional value of grains in general and whole grains in particular. Rice is low in fat, high in nutrients and flavorful to boot. Its versatile forms include convenient parboiled and flavored rice, short- and long-grain types ...
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