The 10 Best Bulk Rices

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This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in October of 2018. Rice is the most-consumed whole grain on the planet by a wide margin, and for good reason. It's inexpensive to produce, there's a variety of strains worldwide, and its varying flavors and textures complement dishes unique to particular cultures throughout the world. We've gathered some of the tastiest, healthiest, and most economical brands, sold in just about the biggest bags you'll find. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Thai Orchid Jasmine

2. Planet Rice Gaba

3. Uncle Ben's Converted

Editor's Notes

October 25, 2018:

Some brands, like Thai Orchid, Nishiki, and Uncle Ben's, are very well known for flavor and ease of prep. If you can find bulk quantities of lesser-known varieties like black (well, actually purple) or germinated brown rice, then you know you're adding more than just starch to your diet. Any whole-grain rice should last about a month after the best-by date, but white rice should be be okay for another 2-3 decades.

4. Nishiki Premium

5. Uncle Ben's Brown

6. Producer's Basmati

7. Black Thai

8. Prepare the Way Disaster Solution

9. Lundberg Arborio

10. Peak Long Grain Brown

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