FAQ – Answers to Your Deepest Questions About Success® Rice
Where does your rice come from?
We purchase our rice from farmers in Arkansas, California, Florida, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, and Texas. Our jasmine rice is imported from Thailand. Our basmati rice is imported from India and Pakistan. Our quinoa is imported from Peru and Spain.
Where can I get a coupon for Success® Rice?
From time to time, we may offer coupons for our products online through our website or with other vendors. For individual requests for coupons, please visit the Contact Us page on this website and send us a note.
I’ve heard a lot of news reports regarding arsenic in food products — what about arsenic in rice?
Arsenic is a naturally occurring chemical in soil and water. Low levels of arsenic can be found in all grains, not just rice, worldwide. Arsenic found in water is 100 percent inorganic, which is harmful when ingested in large amounts, whereas the majority of the arsenic in rice is the organic type. U.S. rice is a safe and wholesome food. There has been no incident in which arsenic in U.S. rice has led to any reported human health problems. For more information, visit: http://arsenicfacts.com/.
Is the boil-in-bag recyclable?
YES! The Boil-in Bag is made of a combination of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) and Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) and is recyclable when clean and dry.
Is Success® Rice Kosher approved?
Success® White Rice, Brown Rice, Basmati Rice, Jasmine Rice, and Quinoa are Kosher approved by Star K.
Do you make Success® Rice in a bigger bag?
Our 32oz. size has six family size bags (5.33 oz. each), which are 50% larger than the bags in our other cartons (3.5 oz each). Each family size bag makes about 3 cups cooked rice.
Can I put rice in a garbage disposal?
We do NOT recommend you put rice, raw or cooked into your garbage disposal. Rice expands when you add water and cook it in a pan and it does the same inside your pipes or garbage disposal.
Can I feed Success® Rice to my dog or cat?
Definitely, in fact Success® Rice is an excellent food choice for both healthy and sick dogs and cats.