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No.01, Street 1510, Andong Jenh Village, Ouchar District, Battambang City, Battambang Province, Cambodia.

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No.1 Borey Honglay, Street Lu5, Stung Mean Chey 3, Mean Chey, Phnom Penh Cambodia.

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TehRice & Organic Rice Mills

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TehRice & Organic Rice Mills

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Welcome to

TehRice & Organic Rice Mills

Welcome to

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Welcome to

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Welcome to

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Modern Agriculture Equipment

We have more than 300+ equipment.

Lot’s Of Professional & Expert Farmers

30+ years’ experience in rice business

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We work with more than 200 farmers’ families to produce the best quality of paddy

About Us

Unleash your cooking skill with our Best Quality Cambodian Rice.

Our passion and skill in rice business for the past 3 decades allows us to select the best quality of Cambodian rice to serve our customer. We help thousands of chefs and housewife making their unforgettable meal for their families with our premium quality rice. We work with farmers to ensure the highest possible quality of Cambodian rice to guarantee customers’ dining experience.

To assist our stakeholders to maximize their benefit from growing, distributing and using Cambodian rice by connecting them together via our industry software package.

To contribute to enhancing the competitiveness of Cambodian Rice industry.

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Healthy Foods

What we provide for your better health and community impact

Best Quality Cambodian Rice

Healthful Red Jasmine Rice

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10,000+

Saticfied Clients

300+

Modern Equipment

20+

Expert Team Members

15000+

Tons of Harvest

30+ years in rice Business

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What We Offers

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Strictly follow the production and food safety standard, we can both assure you with the taste of the rice and also your health because we believe that “Your Health Is Our Priority”. With 1,000 farmer’s families working with us to ensure the quality and supply of rice, plus our modern equipment for drying, milling and packing, we can guarantee the quality and consistency of the quality of rice

100%

Healthful food provide

10%

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“There is a strong potential for this type of rice in Mongolian market.”

Annie

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“I'm not really into rice, but this rice is one of the best food I've ever had.”

Dashi

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“Trusted Rice supplier! I get more reorder from my customers after first purchase.”

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“Authentic Battambang Rice!”

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“My Customers are greatly satisfied with the taste of the rice.”

Makara

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(+855)99 5000 72
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Deal Signed to Stimulate Rice Exports to Mongolia

An MoU has been signed between a Cambodian rice mill and a Mongolian business council to export rice from the Kingdom in an overarching plan that aims to increase bi-lateral trade to $10 million

Cambodian and Mongolian representatives pose for picture after signing the MoU in Phnom Penh, October 19, 2022. Kiripost/Siv Channa
Cambodian and Mongolian representatives pose for picture after signing the MoU in Phnom Penh, October 19, 2022. Kiripost/Siv Channa

A rice mill has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a Mongolian business council that aims to see Cambodia export rice to the landlocked country in the near future.

Dashravdan Baljinnyam, a researcher at Eastern Partnership Business Council in Mongolia, signed the MoU on Wednesday with Taing Eanghuot Rice Mill at a law office in Phnom Penh after a week of visiting the country.

“The Cambodian and Mongolian trade volume is nearly $1.5 million, so our first main goal is, we want to increase that the volume to $10 million,” Baljinnyam said through a translator and his wife, Enkhgerel B.

Baljinnyam added that achieving the $10 million figure is possible by including importing rice from Cambodia.

“The Mongolians have one wish, which is that they want good quality products but at cheap prices,” Baljinnyam said. This was followed by a roar of laughter from inside the Sun Law Office.

Dashravdan Baljinnyam and Enkhgerel B. during a visit at Taing Eanghuot Rice Mill in Battambang province. Kiripost/supplied
Dashravdan Baljinnyam and Enkhgerel B. during a visit at Taing Eanghuot Rice Mill in Battambang province. Kiripost/supplied

He said Mongolians now want better rice. “When I come to Cambodia, I rely on one thing, the rice is good quality and cheap.” He added that it is still too early to say how many tonnes of rice Mongolia will import.

After the MoU, the next phase will see Cambodia promoted more to Mongolian people, he said, adding that every year, Mongolia imports about $500 million worth of rice into the country.

“Even though the population is small, it is not a small market,” he said. “For the two sides, it is win-win, we want to conquer the market.”

At the signing ceremony, Taing Sambath, CEO and owner of Taing Eanghuot Rice Mill, thanked the Mongolian delegates for coming to Cambodia for the first time. Despite being a short visit, delegates were able to connect with potential exporters and small and medium enterprises (SMEs), Sambath said.

“We have been to see some companies in Battambang province and also my rice miller, personally,” Sambath said. “I think this is the start of our relationship and we would like to continue with one another. I am really looking forward to strong cooperation in the near future.”

Baljinnyam said that the Eastern Partnership Business Council is a membership organization and member of Mongolian Chamber of Commerce. It helps companies there connect with other manufacturers and producers.

He said in the future, the organization is looking forward to expanding in Southeast Asia as a new market due to Western sanctions hitting Russian transportations, cutting off Mongolia from Europe.

Taing Sambath, CEO and owner of Taing Eanghuot Rice Mill, signs the MoU with Dashravdan Baljinnyam, a researcher at Eastern Partnership Business Council in Phnom Penh, October 19, 2022. Kiripost/Siv Channa
Taing Sambath, CEO and owner of Taing Eanghuot Rice Mill, signs the MoU with Dashravdan Baljinnyam, a researcher at Eastern Partnership Business Council in Phnom Penh, October 19, 2022. Kiripost/Siv Channa

“Yes, sanctions, because Russia doesn’t allow some European transportation companies to land, so it impacts Mongolia in the north, neighboring Russia, as we do import many products through Russian land from European countries.”

“So, because of the war, they have not allowed European transportation companies to pass through Russia and have cut off 50 percent of our European goods.”

In the longer-term future, the trade volume between Mongolia and Cambodia should reach $50 million, he said.

The visit to Cambodia follows a September trip by a Cambodian business delegation to Mongolia, which was organized by German organization GIZ, Baljinnyam said.

“In the future, we will try our best to organize two-side business meetings every year, twice, one in Mongolia and one in Cambodia. Mongolia does not know much about Cambodia,” he said, adding that he also visited Battambang and Siem Reap provinces.

He said that Cambodia is growing in the construction and food processing sectors, while Mongolia is growing in the meat industry and is strong in the mining sector.

There is also the possibility that Cambodia will provide food processing technology to Mongolia, Baljinnyam said.

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Netcomm Fofum MiLan, Italy

On May 17th-18th, Under SPEC programme, Swisscontact Cambodia lead a delegate of Top 5 Cambodian SMEs' representatives to participate in Netcomm Forum in Milan, Italy, in order to explore the market opportunities and learn about E-commerce in EU. This Forum also invited representatives from Global giant companies like google, Amazon, Paypal, MasterCard, Ebay, Meta, DHL and other giant EU E-commerce platform with the total participants of 21,000 people.
We are also please to have our representative, Mr. TAING SAMBATH, to participate in the Event which allows us to connect to partners in EU, and learn about their E-commerce and related services. Mr. Sambath said: " It's a great opportunity for me to connect to Italian partners and explore the opportunities to do the both sides trade between the 2 countries. In recent years, we have seen a growing demand of rice from Southeast Asia countries, Cambodian rice has also experienced a strong demand after covid-19 and during Ukrainian War as well. With E-commerce platform and partners in EU, it's pretty easy for us to bring our products to sell on the market here with relatively low cost of advertising and marketing. We are looking for the long-term partner, and through this forum, we will definitely find one.
Thank to Swisscontact Cambodia, Khmer Enterprise, Ministry of Commerce, Cambodia Post that sponsored this trip which allows Cambodian SMEs to further strengthen their skills and enhance their competitive advantage. Thank you. TAING EANGHUOT RICE MILL #inspirecooking.