With different climates in different parts of the country, India produces a variety of spices, many of which are native to the subcontinent. Others were imported from similar climates and have since been cultivated locally for centuries. Pepper, turmeric, cardamom, and cumin are some examples of Indian spices.


Black pepper Powder

With our extensive domain knowledge, we have emerged as a prosperous manufacturer, supplier, and exporter of Black Pepper Powder. Our diligent team of professionals hygienically processes these powders using premium quality black pepper and cutting-edge techniques. All of these powders are widely used for seasoning as well as medicine to treat various health problems. Our quality controllers examine this Black Pepper Powder against a set of criteria to ensure its purity and quality.


Coriander Powder

Coriander is probably native to the Middle East and southern Europe but has also been known in Asia and the Orient for millennia. It is found wild in Egypt and Sudan, and sometimes in English fields. It is referred to in the Bible in the books of Exodus and Numbers, where the colour of ‘manna’ is compared to coriander.



Cumin Powder

Cumin Powder is made from the seeds of Cuminum cyminum (Jeera). This product will not be produced using genetically modified seeds. Before packaging, the product will be inspected and passed through magnets and metal detectors to remove ferrous metallic contamination. Microbial levels will be controlled by treating the product. Cumin, an Egyptian spice, has been used in Middle Eastern and Indian cuisines for thousands of years. This small seed, which is commonly used in curries, may also have medicinal properties, though most research has been conducted on animals rather than humans. Cumin seeds can be purchased whole and crushed with a mortar and pestle, or ground cumin can be purchased at most supermarkets.


Ginger Powder

Ginger, the underground stem, or rhizome, of the plant Zingiber officinale, has been used as a medicine in Asian, Indian, and Arabic herbal traditions since ancient times. In China, for example, ginger has been used to aid digestion and treat stomach upset, diarrhea, and nausea for more than 2,000 years. Since ancient times, ginger has also been used to help treat arthritis, colic, diarrhoea, and heart conditions. In addition to these medicinal uses, ginger continues to be valued around the world as an important cooking spice and is believed to help the common cold, flu-like symptoms, headaches, and even painful menstrual periods.



Turmeric Powder

Turmeric is the dried root of the Curcuma longa plant. Turmeric tastes like a cross between ginger and pepper. It is native to southern Asia and requires temperatures ranging from 20 to 30°C (68 to 86 °F) as well as a significant amount of annual rainfall to thrive. Plants are harvested annually for their rhizomes, and some of those rhizomes are propagated the following season. When not used fresh, the rhizomes are boiled for 30-45 minutes before being dried in hot ovens, sliced, and ground into a deep-orange-yellow powder that is widely used as the main spice in all Asian cuisines, and because of its deep bright color, it is used for dyeing and to impart color to mustard condiments.


Asafoetida Powder

Asafoetida is commonly used to flavor curries, sauces, vegetables, dal, and pickles. Because of its antibiotic properties, it is also used in medicine. It is known as HING in India. It is used in a variety of dishes to add flavor and aroma. Our powder is manufactured using high-quality chemical compounds and sophisticated machinery. Our powder is thoroughly tested against various quality parameters to ensure that it is of the highest quality.