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Arborio Rice

Arborio Rice

A superfino classified rice, named after the nearby commune of Arborio in the province of Vercelli, this rice cultivar is the most well known Italian rice in the world.

The rice kernels are shorter than Carnaroli, with a burnished uniform opaque creamy color and a solid white center. Arborio has a high starch content that is released slowly in the cooking process, creating a lush blanket of creamy starch that coats each kernel. Commonly used in classic dishes such as Ristotto alla Milanese or even Rice Pudding.

Recipes featuring Arborio:

Arborio Insalata Caprese Recipe

Click to download printable shelf talker:

Principato di Lucedio Arborio Rice shelf talker

Product Sheet

Last Updated: 01 March 2017

Description

A superfino classified rice, named after the nearby commune of Arborio in the province of Vercelli, this rice cultivar is the most well known Italian rice in the world.

The rice kernels are shorter than Carnaroli, with a burnished uniform opaque creamy color and a solid white center. Arborio has a high starch content that is released slowly in the cooking process, creating a lush blanket of creamy starch that coats each kernel. Commonly used in classic dishes such as Ristotto alla Milanese or even Rice Pudding.

Recipes featuring Arborio:

Arborio Insalata Caprese Recipe

Click to download printable shelf talker:

Principato di Lucedio Arborio Rice shelf talker

Product Sheet

Last Updated: 01 March 2017

Product Details

Product CodeUnit SizeUnit / CaseCase WeightUPC CodeNotes
30204 500 gr/1.1 lb 20 11.3 kg/25 lb 7-93232-30204-1
30206 5 kg/11 lb 2 11.3 kg/25 lb bulk - no UPC

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Product Details

Product CodeUnit SizeUnit / CaseCase WeightUPC CodeNotes
30204 500 gr/1.1 lb 20 11.3 kg/25 lb 7-93232-30204-1
30206 5 kg/11 lb 2 11.3 kg/25 lb bulk - no UPC

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