Year 12 | 26 January 2020 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Quality Spices are more or less synonymous with India. From the ancient times India has been a hub of spice cultivation, processing and export. From Greeks and Romans to the British and the Dutch, everyone has been lured by this fabled land of exotic spices since time immemorial. In fact spice trade alone made India a rich nation in the ancient times.
This trend still exists today and India is still a major exporter of spices. Rapid globalization has given rise to more organized Indian spice exporters who supply quality spices all over the world. Most of such exporters deal with various kinds of high quality spices, pulses, ready to eat food items, oil seeds, pickles & pastes, instant mixes & snacks etc.
These commodities are exported in many forms. There are whole spices like coriander, cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, fenugreek, pomegranate seeds, black pepper, white pepper, red chili, turmeric etc. Most of these spices are also available in grounded powder form for convenience. Most ground spice exporters also act as rice and pulse suppliers. Typical Indian pulses and rice varieties are staple foods for Indian Diasporas in various continents also and hence they are traded by these bulk spices exporters.
You can also have combinations of spices or “Indian masala” as they are called in India, prepared for ready to eat foods. Along with them many well preserved dehydrated products as well as Indian spicy pickles are also traded by these cooking spice wholesalers. They also deal in oil seeds like sunflower, mustard and sesame sourced from Indian spice producers.
Indian spices are regarded world over for their flavor and exclusivity. Moreover, with the changing times these Indian spice exporters have also installed strict quality control procedures and they are now well equipped to meet the European and US quality standards.
by S. C.
18 september 2009, World News > Asia