Baldo rice is assumed to be the best quality type of rice grown in Turkey. Baldo rice, grown in Balıkesir Region of Turkey, is commonly used in pilafs. Despite its superior taste compared to other type of rice, baldo is hard to cook and adjust its water to rice ratio. In baldo rice, Duru only packs Turkish baldo and do not pack imported baldo rice.
Osmancik Rice is a type of rice grown in Turkey which was developed by Agricultural Research Institute of Edirne in 1997. Osmancik rice - a kind of long grain rice is consumed commonly by Turkish. Osmancık Rice is produced mostly in Trakya area, it is also grown also in Bafra/Samsun. Osmancık rice is ideal for cooking pilaf and it is much easier to cook compared to baldo rice.