With our special techniques in the production process and the finest selection of brown rice, Basmati rice, Japanese brown rice, Japanese rice, Jasmine brown rice, Riceberry rice and more that will make the rice flour of Maxx Flour soften and smooth texture. It has natural smell and color. When you cook, it will make your dish tastier.
The wet milling method is one of our special techniques. For rice flour processing, wet milling method is more suitable than dry milling method because dry milling typically uses particle-on-particle contact to reduce materials’ size, while wet milling involves dispersing the material in a liquid and using solid, grinding elements to reduce size. Rice varieties can be broken down through either one of these processes,
but wet milling, which we’ll discuss first, tends to be a more intensive process than dry milling. Wet milling, also known as wet grinding, is decanted to obtain wet flour after which it is dried in hot air before sieving to desired particle size. Once the milling process is complete, these particles are ready for use or can be dried and separated for incorporation into additional products. Wet milling is more complex than dry milling, thanks to the addition of a liquid, but this process also has the power to reduce a product into finer particles. This allows to produce a greater variety of byproducts and can result in improved physical properties in the final product. By contrast, dry milling utilizes no liquid element, and is most frequently used for the particle size reduction of dry