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Welcome to Vispaz International Trade

Vispaz International Trade is India’s leading exporter,  functioning globally around a diversified range of agro product like Basmati & non-Basmati rice, Indian bred Onions and wheat brought under one roof. Our comprehensive assortment of products coupled with on-time delivery at market competitive price, has given us a winning edge in the export market. Under the leadership of Mr. Vishal Kumar, we have established ourselves as among the leading merchant exporters from India. The offered product range is available in standard as well as customized specifications. Our ability to deliver large volumes within a stipulated time schedule has aided us in developing strong business alliances and relationships with a number of reputed vendors across the domestic and international market.

MSME Registered

Registered with the Government of India with the aim to achieve Assistance and Extension support services by the Government

ISO 9001:2015

GST Registered

Basmati Rice

The name of Basmati Rice is a combination of two words ‘Bas’ & ‘Mati’. The word is derived from the Hindi Language where ‘Bas’ stands for “aroma” and ‘Mati’ stands for “full of”. Therefore, the word Basmati means full of aroma. The Basmati rice we supply is additionally

Non-Basmati Rice

Indian Non-Basmati Rice is diffrent from Basmati Rice as it doesn’t have the characteristics of Basmati Rice. It has been reported that there are 10000 varieties of rice in the world and out of which the maximum number are found in India.


India is the second largest onion growing country in the world. Indian onions have high quality. They are famous for their pungency and are available round the year. Onions have two crop cycles in India, first harvesting cycle lasts

Events & Updates

India To Be The Top Exporter Of The Grain Again

The just-ended crop year (July 2017-June 2018) has seen India set a record production in rice, corn (maize), wheat and pulses like urad (black mat-pea), gram (chana). However, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) doesn’t see a record wheat production this crop...

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Strong growth expected in Basmati rice exports in FY19

According to an ICRA note, Indian Basmati rice exports have witnessed a strong revival in the current fiscal with 22% growth in value in 9MFY2018 over the previous fiscal, after having been on the downward trajectory over FY15 to FY17. Indian Basmati rice exports are...

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India may import 1.5 mt wheat in 2018-19: USDA report

With the domestic production of wheat projected to dip by 3 million tonnes (mt) from the official estimates of 97 mt, India may import 1.5 mt of wheat in the marketing year 2018-19, a new report prepared for the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) said. “Despite lower...

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