STUTTGART, Ark. -- Food product marketers looking for an alternative to traditional instant rice may want to look at Riceland Foods' Quick Cook Rice. After extensive testing, Riceland has developed a unique process that helps an instant type of rice maintain its natural flavor and texture. According to Don McCaskill, Riceland's manager of rice research and development, the line is "well suited to products ranging from consumer and food-service dry mixes to functional ingredients in flour ...

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