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- Store Policy | SambaStore
- Shipping & Returns | SambaStore
Shipping & Returns Shipping Policy We are currently serving customers in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Kerala. Shipping is free for orders above Rs. 299. CHLOROPY strives but does not guarantee delivery of products in the stipulated time period as mentioned during the purchase of product(s). In no manner can the contract be repudiated if CHLOROPY fails to deliver any one or more products in the stipulated time frame. We process your order within a day (excluding Sunday or public holidays) and handover to our shipping partner. It may take around 5-7 working days to deliver your items. You will be getting regular email updates on the delivery status. Items under "Wholesale" will be delivered through road transport parcel service and not delivered to your home or shop address. The price quoted for wholesale products include transport charges until your closest parcel service office. Customers have to pick up their order from the nearest parcel service at their own cost. Return & Exchange Policy CHLOROPY shall make all endeavours to deliver quality, defect-free products to you. If you receive any defective and/or damaged goods, it shall be communicated to CHLOROPY within 48 hrs after receipt. CHLOROPY holds the sole discretion to determine whether a replacement has to be issued.
- About | SambaStore
About SambaStore SambaStore is an e-commerce platform operated by Chloropy Technologies India Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad (www.chloropy.com ). SambaStore is committed to supply food products, directly sourced from farmers that are healthy, natural, sustainable and traceable. We work hand-in-hand with farmer communities on the ground and help them adapt modern technology, implement highly efficient agronomic practices or post-harvest methods. We are committed to deliver increased farm profitability while promoting sustainability. We simplify merchant tasks for farmers and farmer groups so that they can market their products with ease. Farmers registered with us get an option to sell online taking the D2C or wholesale route. Our services include online and offline sales, quality control, digital marketing, negotiation, payments, delivery and logistics. We are equally thrilled to partner with like-minded individuals or business who have interests in sustainable food production by smallholding farmers. Join hands, together we can make this world a better place.
- Wholesale-enquiry | SambaStore
Wholesale/ bulk Enquiry At SambaStore, we are always looking for partners who share a similar vision of building a healthier world. We support and associate with our partners for long term relationships, creating mutual and sustainable growth. Send in your requirement.... Name Mobile phone number Town/ City State Pin code Email Next
- Pickup points | SambaStore
Pickup points KPN Parcel Service
- Contact | SambaStore | India
How can we help you? Phone +91 7893447711 Mon-Sat 9 am - 5 pm Email firstname.lastname@example.org Address 272/26, Meenakshi Nagar Opp to Forest Range Office Chengam 606701 Tamil Nadu First Name Last Name Email Message Thank you for submitting! Send
- How rice is processed? | SambaStore
How rice is processed? The milling process in large commercial mills combines a number of operations that produce better quality and higher yield of white rice from paddy or rough rice. 1. Pre-cleaning When paddy comes into the mill, it contains foreign materials such as straw, weed seeds, soil, and other inert materials. If these are not removed before hulling, the efficiency of the huller and milling recovery will be reduced. The capacity of the paddy pre-cleaner is normally 1.5 times the milling capacity. 2. Parboiling: Parboiling (for partial boiling) is an ancient method for rice processing. Here cleaned paddy is soaked, steamed and dried before dehusking. This is an optional step and skipped while milling for raw rice. 3. Removing the husk (dehusking or dehulling) Brown rice is produced by removing the husk from rough paddy rice or parboiled rice. The husk is removed by friction as the paddy grains pass between two abrasive surfaces that move at different speeds. After dehusking, the husk is removed by suction and transported to a storage dump outside the mill. Husk accounts for 20% of the paddy weight and an efficient husker should remove 90% of the husk in a single pass. 4. Paddy separation The paddy separator separates unhusked paddy rice from brown rice. The amount of paddy present depends on the efficiency of the husker and should not be more than 10%. Paddy separators work by making use of the differences in specific gravity, buoyancy, and size between paddy and brown rice. 5. Whitening or polishing White rice is produced by removing the bran layer and the germ from the paddy. The bran layer is removed from the kernel through either abrasive or friction polishers. The amount of bran removed is normally between 8 and 10% of the total paddy weight. To reduce the number of broken grains during the whitening process, rice is normally passed through two to four whitening machines connected in series. 6. Separation of white rice After polishing, white rice is separated into head rice, large and small broken rice, and “brewers” by an oscillating screen sifter. Head rice is normally classified as kernels that are 75−80% or more of a whole kernel. To attain a higher degree of precision for grading and separation a length or indent grader is used. 7. Rice mixing A good rice mill will produce 50−60% head rice (whole kernels), 5−10% large broken and 10−15% small broken kernels. Depending on country standards, rice grades in the market will contain from 5−25% broken kernels. If rice mixing is to be done properly, then a volumetric mixer is necessary. 8. Mist polishing Mixing a fine mist of water with the dust retained on the whitened rice improves the luster of rice (polishes) without significantly reducing milling yield. A friction type of whitening machine, which delivers a fine mist of water during the final whitening process, is used for “final” polishing before sale. Source: http://www.knowledgebank.irri.org/training/fact-sheets/postharvest-management/item/modern-rice-milling-fact-sheet
- Ecommerce | SambaStore | India
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