Cajun Rice Medley with Ancient Grains

Cajun Rice Medley with Ancient Grains

RightRice

Cajun Rice Medley with Ancient Grains

RightRice

This cajun spice medley layers on the flavor with sweet bell peppers, powerful garlic, smoky paprika, and a kick of cayenne.

Sustainable goodness

RightRice is actively supporting No Kid Hungry in the fight against childhood hunger.

  • Gluten Free
  • Orthodox Union Kosher Certified Kosher
  • Vegan

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Why we love it

Bring the layered savory, smoky, spicy flavors of New Orleans straight home, no travel necessary. It's a 12-minute trip from bag to the bowl with this one. When rice mixes with quinoa, sweet bell peppers, fiery tomatoes, and spicy cayenne you end up with a cajun flavor that can't be beat. Grab a forkful of this soft, fluffy medley—extra protein and fiber included.

How it does good

Fighting childhood hunger from the very beginning

Every year 4.5 million kids in the U.S. are impacted by hunger and food insecurity. RightRice has committed to changing this from the very start. They created their #RightMission which helps fight against food insecurity. They've donated 1% of the company, as part of the Pledge 1% movement, to support No Kid Hungry, which fights childhood hunger in America.

  • supporting key causes

    RiceRight donated 1% of their company to No Kid Hungry to help put an end to childhood hunger.
  • NSF Non-GMO Certified

How to use it

Use it to give shrimp dishes (like jambalaya) a plant-powered boost.

When you're done...

Recycle the pouch through TerraCycle by following our special instructions. The cardboard case is curbside recyclable.

These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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About the Brand

RightRice

RightRice

Founder Keith Belling found himself wishing there was a solution to having his beloved rice with his meals, but without it costing him so many calories and carbs. He created RightRice so that he could enjoy his rice but with double the protein, five times the fiber, and 40% fewer net carbs than regular rice.
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