Export Statistics
Cambodian Rice Quotes (Updated 19-26, Nov, 2017)
Variety
&
Percentage
Premium 
Jasmine
Rice 
(Rumduol)
Purity 

90%
Wet Season
Jasmine
Rice
(Rumduol)
Purity
>
85%
Wet Season

Fragrant Rice
(Sen Kra Ob)

>

85%
Dry Season

Long Grain White Rice IR
5% 770 740 650 435
10% 765 735 645 430
25% .... .... .... 415
A1 Extra Super .... .... .... ....
A1 Super .... .... ....  

FOB Term US$/Ton Phnom Penh or Sihanouk Ville Port (Min Order 10 Containers) 

Cambodian Premium Red and Organic Rice Quotes ( Update July-Dec 2017 )

Variety
&
Percentage
Organic (Phka Malis) 
Jasmine Rice
= 92%
Wet Season
Organic Brown Jasmine Rice
(Phka Malis)
Purity = 92%
Wet Season
Red Jasmine Rice
(Phka Malis)
Wet Season
5% 1,417 1,260 1,445
10% .... .... ....
25% .... .... .....
A1 Extra Super .... .... .....
A1 Super ..... .... .....

FOB Term US$/Ton Phnom Penh or Sihanouk Ville Port

World Rice Quotes Comparison (Update Nov 20, 2017)

Country
Variety
CAM VIETTHAIINDPAKMY
Jasmine Rice  770 ... ... ...  ...  ... 
Fragrant Rice (SKO) 650 ... ... ...  ...   ...
 White Rice
100% B
 ...  ...  ... ...  ... ... 
 White Rice
5%
 435 ... ... ... ... ...
 White Rice
10%
 430 ... ...  ...  ... ...
 White Rice
15%
425 ...  ...  ... ... ...
 White Rice
25%
 415 ...  ...  ...  ...   ... 
 Parboiled Rice ... ... ... ... ... ...

FOB Term US$/Ton 

Cambodian Rice Exported by Months 2013 to 2017

Monthly20132014201520162017
1. Jan 25,726 21,536 35,921 44,033   48,820
2. Feb 24,089 27,037 37,676 51,912  60,731
3. Mar 45,413 35,757 75,867 66,275  57,127
4. Apr 23,276 35,961 51,719 39,550  45,716
5. May 28,350 27,971 41,842 32,558 45,243 
6. Jun 29,105 29,666 40,800 33,862  30,925
7. Jul 31,411 26,060 28,492 24,087 27,354 
8. Aug 29,358 29,871 29,819 27,799   56,274
9. Sep 29,395 35,511 26,969 41,429  49,776
10. Oct 28,031 35,418 439,06 60,016 70,776
11. Nov 37,855 31,137 48,748 58,168  
12. Dec 46,847 51,136 81,479 62,455   
Yearly
Export
378,856 387,061 538,396 542,144

492,115

Sources: Mekong Oryza - Cambodia Rice Federation CRF 

Top Countries Imported Cambodian Rice Monthly 2014-2017

Monthly
/Tons
FRAPOLCHINAMALNETBEL
Year 2014 70,077 55,938 48,980 48,120 32,024 18,515
Monthly
/Tons
CHINAFRANETMALPOLUK
Year 2015 116,639 75,257 58,410 54,914 58,410 18,557
Monthly
/Tons
CHINAFRANETMALPOLUK
Year 2016 127,460 78,329 28,690 38,877 64,035 17,673
2017 CHINA FRA NET MAL POL

UK

Jan 18,383 8,230 2,219 529 4,760 2,432
Feb 28,004   7,088 2,960   529  4,376 3,954 
Mar 21,095  5,688   2,471 2,162  3,778   4,285
Apr  13,950  6,842 2,056 2,092  3,789 4,588
May  7,337  5,611  3,217  1,553  6,333 5,363 
Jun  5,951 3,862  1,971  1,265  2,603  647 
Jul 3,032  5,046   2,617  1,613  2,747  917
Aug 11,069  7,066   2,518 5,552  4,496  1,012 
Sep 15,939   4,477 1,234   4.232 2,590   583
Oct 18,008 9,390 2,140  7,980 3,880  1,403
Nov            
Dec            
12
months
142,768 63,300 23,403 27,507 39,352 25,184

Sources: Mekong Oryza 

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Still No National Rice Brand
Posted: Oct 17, 2016

Two years after the Agriculture Ministry announced that it wanted a single brand under which Cambodian rice would be exported, disagreements between the ministry and the Cambodia Rice Federation (CRF) mean that nothing has yet been approved.

Despite the CRF proposing “Angkor Malis” as their preference, a lack of support from the Agriculture Ministry has meant that brand registration efforts have stalled, explained CRF vice president Hun Lak.

“Currently, Cambodian exports premium rice to foreign countries under the name of jasmine rice while exports to Asian countries, including China go under name of Pkha Malis,” Mr. Lak told Khmer Times.

He said that the July proposal for the brand name had followed the CRF’s rejection of the ministry’s own suggestion of “Romdoul.”

Mr. Lak said Cambodia has about 10 varieties of rice which are included under the heading of premium rice. He said that their choice of “Angkor Malis” helped tie Cambodian rice with the country’s most famous tourist attraction, into a name that was easy to remember and pronounce.

“We want all relevant stakeholders to identify the national rice branding.”

Hean Vanhan, undersecretary of state at the Ministry of Agriculture, told Khmer Times yesterday that the National Standards Council had already adopted two varieties of Cambodian rice, Phka Romduol, and Phka Chansensor, as premium rice with plans to include more.

He said this would not affect efforts to create a single brand for export, but added that the CRF’s suggestion would not work.

“CRF selected ‘Angkor Malis’ as branding, but it’s not right since there are already rice seedlings called Malis. What the private sector wants is to steal foreign branding to make the rice similar to Thailand, since the Thai Hom Mali is already famous,” Mr. Vanhan claimed.

“If we put ‘Angkor Malis,’ which is specific only to Cambodian premium rice ‘Malis,’ it has a different taste to Cambodian fragrant rice such as Phka Romduol, Phka Chansensor, Malis, Phka Khnei and others. If customers purchased Angkor Malis today with this taste, it may be a different taste when they buy it again in the future, even though it has the same branding,” Mr. Vanhan explained.

He suggested that a non-specific “Cambodian Fragrant Rice,” with the specific variety written underneath, would help clear the confusion and prevent people from thinking they were buying a specific rice variety, when they might in fact be buying a different premium rice.

CRF vice president Mr. Lak however, dismissed the suggestion.

“We suggested to use ‘Angkor Malis’ [and then the variety name]. If the customer needs to buy Senpidor or Romduol rice it is up to them, but they are under the brand name of Angkor Malis,” Mr. Lak pointed out.

He said that it was important for a decision to be reached, but that the CRF was presently focused on creating a quality seal to identify premium Cambodian rice sold domestically.

Song Saran, CEO of Amru Rice (Cambodia) told Khmer Times yesterday that the long delay in choosing a brand name meant that exporters were still just using their own different names for Cambodian rice, such as jasmine rice or fragrant rice.

“We suggest to have one name to identify Cambodian premium rice since we don’t want each company having different names and standards for export to foreign countries. We want Cambodia to have a single branding and standard,” Mr. Saran stressed.

By SOK CHAN, The Khmer Times News

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