Indian Spices are not just ingredients, they add flavor as well as aroma to the food. These spices include a large variety of herbs that are grown across the Indian subcontinent (South Asia). Due to favourable climatic conditions across the country, India produces a variety of spices, while others are imported from countries having similar climates. Indian spices like cardamom, ginger, mint and parsley are widely used for preparing different dishes of Indian cuisine. These spices are also used for flavoring foods and medicines in pharmaceutical, perfumery and cosmetics.
These spices are also an indispensable part of Indian economy as India produces 75 types of spices out of the 109 listed with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Even in the ancient and medieval ages, Indian spices played a significant role in strengthening the economic condition.
Earlier, the Indian spices were traded to Rome and China and later, the Spices Board of India was set up to administerm spice trading. States like Kerala, Punjab, Gujarat, Manipur, Mizoram and Uttar Pradesh are considered as the hub for growing spices.
We are one of the leading exporters of whole spices from the Indian sub-continent. Leveraging on our capabilities to procure quality raw materials & use of advanced techniques ensures that all our products are produced hygienically. Moreover, we ensure superior quality packaging of all our products. This ensures convenient transportation & longer shelf life. In addition to our standardized packaging of 25kgs, 50kgs, etc., we are majorly dealing with black pepper, cardamom, nutmeg, colve, etc.,