“That`s why our company will produce 300,000 packets of sticky rice that will be available at 70 baht for two kilograms and 175 baht for 5-kilogram packages,” Supachai said, “prices will be set at 10-15 baht less than the normal market price.” Production of sticky rice packaging is expected to be completed by September 17 and delivered to Blue Flag stores later this month. Surin, S., Surayot, U., Seesuriyachan, P., You, S.-G. Phimolsiripol, Y. Anti-oxidant and immunomodulatory activities of polysaccharides sulphate with the sound of purple sticky rice (Oryza sativa L.). Int. J. Food Sci. Tech. 53, 994–1004 (2018). As a natural dye, hematoxyline is an essential component of the PAP stain and is used in many hemalum coloring solutions that allow blue coloration in cell nuclei. Dapson et al.  reported a shortage of hematoxyline in the first half of 2008. Due to the uncertainties that arise, another nuclear stain is needed.
The red and purple colors of different flowers, rice and fruit are due to anthocyanin. Asian countries account for almost 95% of rice production  and there are rice specialties of different colors due to the deposit of large quantities of anthocyanpigment in the rice mantle . Glutiary black rice contains a large amount of anthocyanin, a pigment that is a water-soluble flavonoid . Natural pigments were studied and a combination of roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) followed by iron chloride followed by eosinic dye was found to give a histological image similar to that of hethetoxyline and eosin . Figure 3A-CC shows the Bland and Altman patches for sperm head defects, which were determined after verification, to determine whether the value of the differences was normally distributed. To assess the degree of compliance, the Bland and Altman analyses were used to characterize the agreement between two quantitative measures by calculating the average difference and the limits of the agreement. Compared to the rapid PAP and the black rice extract spot for the assessment of head defects (Figure 3A), the difference was close to zero (average difference, 0.6% ±10.2%). This result shows that the average percentage of defective sperm heads observed after coloring with black rice extract was similar to that observed in rapid PAP. Compared to the black rice extract spot with Figure 3C, the percentage of defective sperm heads obtained by using black rice extract was higher than that determined by the black rice extract spot (average difference, 3.2% ±15.2%). Conversely, an overestimation of the percentage of defective sperm heads (Figure 3B) was produced when black rice extract was compared to the DipQuick spot (average difference, 9.0% ±17.6%). According to the three-dimensional diagrams of the reaction surface of the fig.