Welcome new SRP members

We are thrilled to welcome the latest members to the SRP network! Their presence brings tremendous value to our community, further diversifying and strengthening our collective effort to transform the rice sector.

Together, we are forging a path toward a more sustainable future for rice production, and we are excited to have them join us on this journey.

Learn more about our new members from their profiles below:

Amru Rice (Cambodia) Co., Ltd

Established in 2011, Amru Rice excels in producing, processing, and exporting rice that meets international certification standards. Committed to strong ethical values and corporate social responsibility, Amru Rice embraces sustainable practices by investing in farmers and providing them with education and financial security.

Working closely with about 100 Agricultural Cooperatives and over 16,000 smallholder farmers across Cambodia, Amru Rice’s contract farming model significantly improves farmers’ livelihoods and fosters positive social change in their communities. With a capacity to dry, mill, and export over 100,000 tons per year, our activities are guided by climate change readiness—from sustainable and organic cultivation practices to energy usage and efficient delivery of products to reduce the carbon impact of our business.

Amru Rice is certified by BRCGS, BSCI, and SMETA/SEDEX. Our products are certified by SRP, Fair Trade, Organic EOS, US NOP, and JAS standards.

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Battambang Union of Agricultural Cooperative (BUAC)

Battambang Union of Agricultural Cooperative (BUAC) was founded and officially registered by the General Directorate of Agriculture (GDA) of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) on 5 October 2017. This farmer organization represents 11 Agricultural Cooperatives (ACs), with a primary focus on rice farming and the establishment of crucial market linkages. Covering approximately 12,000 hectares of paddy fields in southern Battambang province, BUAC is committed to soil fertility preservation and sustainable rice production.

In 2024, BUAC, under an MOU between HARVESTIII, with additional technical support from WAT4CAM/TA-AGRI and AMRU will continue its mission.

BUAC is the very first farmer organization to join SRP as a member!

Rana Rice Mills

A distinguished name in the aromatic Basmati rice industry, Rana Rice Mills has evolved from a small unit processing 2 tons of paddy per hour to two advanced 2020 Satake units processing 18 tons per hour, primarily for export since 1998. Annually, they mill 70,000 tons of rice/paddy.

Rana Rice Mills is committed to rigorous quality control, global food safety standards, product traceability, and customer satisfaction. They are dedicated to developing advanced technology and resources, providing equal employment opportunities, and making a significant impact on the international rice market.

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Founded in 1942, SAMAN is a pioneer in buying, milling, and marketing rice, with a strong emphasis on rice export. As the largest company in Uruguay’s rice sector, Saman receives rice from approximately 70,000 hectares, solidifying its position as a key player in the country’s agricultural landscape.

At the heart of SAMAN’s mission is the cultivation of long-term relationships with its suppliers, the rice producers. Through various means such as technical advice, financial assistance, and legal support, Saman fosters a collaborative environment aimed at mutual growth and success.

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Shafi Agro Pvt. Ltd

As part of the Shafi Group, Shafi Agro boasts over 60 years dedication, excellence, and prestige in the export market. The Shafi Group has consistently set high standards for quality and innovation, establishing itself as one of Pakistan’s most respected family-owned businesses.

Shafi Agro is committed to delivering high-quality rice to both local and international markets. Their mission is to supply the world with the unparalleled taste of original basmati rice while adhering to the highest standards of quality, purity, and sustainability.

Their vision extends beyond just providing superior rice; they aim to elevate the rice farming industry in Pakistan. By working closely with farmers, Shafi Agro strives to understand their challenges and develop solutions that benefit the entire agricultural ecosystem. Their foremost goal is to empower farmers, set new standards for sustainable farming, and contribute to a more sustainable and prosperous future for all.

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SRI-2030 (Homeland Conservation Trust)

SRI-2030 is dedicated to rapidly expanding the adoption of productive and sustainable rice practices for the benefit of people and the environment. They coordinate the Sustainable Rice NDC Alliance, which unites countries with rice-related Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) commitments to boost ambition for future NDC iterations. This Alliance fosters knowledge sharing and provides support to help nations meet their NDC commitments and align with their National Rice Development Strategies (NRDS) production objectives.

By engaging with international organizations and institutions, SRI-2030 assists in developing high-level strategies for disseminating yield-increasing sustainable rice practices.

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Vinacontrol Ho Chi Minh City Inspection Company Limited

Vinacontrol is recognized for its comprehensive assessment services across diverse fields, meeting the standards of international markets. Their inspection certificates are trusted by both national and international customers, facilitating various trade activities and managerial matters.

Now, Vinacontrol is eager to leverage its expertise in testing, inspection, and certification to drive sustainable development and environmental protection. They aspire to guide more farmers and businesses towards embracing new standards in the rice industry, aligning with SRP’s mission.

Vinacontrol is also in the process of becoming a Conformity Assessment Body (CAB), further enhancing their capabilities to support the rice industry’s sustainability goals.

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