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Amira Foods first-class Health Brown Basmati is the perfect choice for those

Seeking nutrition without compromising on great taste. with the bran

Layers left intact,it retains vital nutrients and has great flavor too. You're sure to

appreciate Amira Foods first-class Health bronzed Basmati as it is;

Naturally low in fat and is gluten-free

Has an exquisite fragrance

A higher fibre content and is more nutritious than milled rice

Amira Good Health Brown Basmati Rice is a hearty accompaniment to a range of

Healthy dishes. Toss in some fresh seasonal vegetables and you'll have an appetizing

Dish ready in minutes. Amira first-class Health bronzed Basmati makes a great salad Rice dish

as well. Experiment with whatever ingredients take your fancy.try bronzed rice with a

Mushroom and Lentil Salad.if you're looking for some non-veg nourishment,an

exciting option is Chicken Jambalaya.it combines chicken ham and tomatoes with

bronzed rice ,and the kids will love you for it.

"GOING GLOBAL IS A TANTALIZING PROPOSITION IN TODAY'S

MULTI-POLAR WORLD.WE AT AMIRA SEE OURSELVES AS GLOBALLY LOCAL"

Global retailing, the sheer diversity of customers can confuse the best of brands. Success in a global marketplace requires a fine balance of two essential capabilities—a global approach to the business and a local view of the customer. While building a standardized approach, it is important to have integrated back-office operations to secure the economies of scale that can handle the complexities of selling in multiple markets. Even more importantly in such a customer facing industry, a view of the customer that leverages the core brand and offering in each local marketplace is important. Sharing an industry view point, Karan A Chanana, Chairman of the AMIRA GROUP comments- "No longer is the world economy dominated by the United States, Europe and Japan. Countries like China, India and Brazil represent increasingly robust consumer markets." Emerging economies will account for more than half of global consumption by 2025, adjusted for differences in purchasing power. Emerging markets for many products and services already rival those of industrialized countries. China and India together will contain 123 million middle-class househ