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CUMIN SEEDS

We are known as Cumin manufacturer and exporter in India. We are the Second Generation in the business of Spice Trading, Exporting & Importing. We have developed a reputation for ourselves over the years and now we are known face in the market.


Cumin is a seeds spice well known for its medicinal properties in India and many other Asian countries. A native of the land of Mediterranean, Cumin is now grown mainly in India, Egypt, Syria, Turkey, China and parts of America. A speed spice, cumin is grown mainly in hot climatic conditions. India is the largest producer and consumer of Cumin in the world. Indian output is currently estimated to be around 400,000 ton per year. Gujarat and Rajasthan are the major production centre of the spice in the country. We as Cumin manufacturer and exporter in India provide our customers the quality Cumin seeds & Cumin seeds Powder procured from these regions.

FENNEL SEEDS

We are known as Fennel manufacturer and exporter in India. We are the Second Generation in the business of Spice Trading, Exporting & Importing. We have developed a reputation for ourselves over the years and now we are known face in the market.


Fennel is a seeds spice well known for its medicinal properties in India and many other Asian countries. A native of the land of Mediterranean, Fennel is now grown mainly in India, Egypt, Syria, Turkey, China and parts of America. A speed spice, Fennel is grown mainly in hot climatic conditions. India is the largest producer and consumer of Fennel in the world. Indian output is currently estimated to be around 100,000 ton per year. Gujarat and Rajasthan are the major production centre of the spice in the country. We as Fennel manufacturer and exporter in India provide our customers the quality Fennel seeds & Fennel seeds Powder procured from these regions.

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FENUGREEK SEEDS

We are known as Fenugreek manufacturer and exporter in India. We are the Second Generation in the business of Spice Trading, Exporting & Importing. We have developed a reputation for ourselves over the years and are now are known face in the market.


Fenugreek is a seeds spice well known for its medicinal properties in India and many other Asian countries. A native of the land of Mediterranean, Fennel is now grown mainly in India, Syria, Turkey and China. A speed spice, Fenugreek is grown mainly in hot climatic conditions. India is the largest producer and consumer of Fenugreek in the world. Indian output is currently estimated to be around 100,000 ton per year. Gujarat, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh are the major production centre of the spice in the country. We as Fenugreek manufacturer and exporter in India provide our customers the quality

CORIANDER SEEDS

Coriander is an important spice crop having a prime position in flavouring food. The plant is a thin stemmed, small, bushy herb, 25 to 50 cm in height with many branches and umbels. Leaves are alternate, compound. The whole plant has a pleasant aroma. Inflorescence is a compound umbel comprises 5 smaller umbels. Fruit is globular, 3 to 4 mm diameter, when pressed break into two locules each having one seed. Fruit has delicate fragrance; seeds are pale white to light brown in colour. Botanical Name is Coriandrum sativum L.


It is a native of Mediterranean and commercially produced in India, Morocco, Russia, East European countries, France, Central America, Mexico, and USA. Coriander is a tropical crop and can be successfully cultivated as a rabi season crop in an area free from severe frost during February when the crop flowers and sets its seeds.

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BLACK CUMIN

We are known as Black Cumin manufacturer and exporter in India. We are the Second Generation in the business of Spice Trading, Exporting & Importing. We have developed a reputation for ourselves over the years and now we are known face in the market.


Black cumin is a seeds spice well known for its medicinal properties in India and many other Asian countries. A native of the land of Mediterranean, Fennel is now grown mainly in India, Syria, Turkey and China. A speed spice, Fenugreek is grown mainly in hot climatic conditions. India is the largest producer and consumer of Fenugreek in the world. Indian output is currently estimated to be around 100,000 ton per year. Gujarat, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh are the major production centre of the spice in the country. We as Fenugreek manufacturer and exporter in India provide our customers the quality Fenugreek seeds & Fenugreek seeds Powder procured from these regions.

DRY RED CHILLI

We are known as Chilly manufacturer and exporter in India. We are the Second Generation in the business of Spice Trading, Exporting & Importing. We have developed a reputation for ourselves over the years and now we are known face in the market.


India is the world’s largest producer, consumer, and exporter of chilies in the world and ATC GROUP INDIA – Chilly manufacturer and exporter in India. India also has the largest area under chilies in the world. Chilies are the most common spice cultivated in India. Chilies are valued principally for their high pungency and color. Almost all the states of India produce the crop. The Indian Chilli growing states are Andhra Pradesh (46%), Karnataka (15%), Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, West Bengal, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu. ATC GROUP INDIA – Chilly manufacturer and exporter in India provide the quality chilies from these places. Indian Chilli can be grown during the entire year at one or the other part of the country. However, the major arrival season extends from February to April.

SPECIFICATIONS FOR RED DRY CHILIES: -

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  • Teja/S17 Chili
  • Sannam/S4 Chili
  • Byadige Chili
  • Wrinkle 273 Chili
  • Wonder Hot Chili
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  • Whole Chili with Stem Chili
  • Whole Chili Stemless
  • Whole Chili Stem cut
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TURMERIC FINGER

Turmeric is the boiled, dried, cleaned and polished rhizomes of Curcuma longa. The plant is a herbaceous perennial, 60-90 cm high, with a short stem and tufted leaf. There are 7 to 12 leaves, the leaf sheaths forms the pseudo stem. The lamina is green above and pale green below and has a length of 30-40 cm and width 8-12 cm. Inflorescence is a central spike of 10-15 cm length. 1-4 flowers are born in axil of the bract opening one at a time. About 30 flowers are produced in a spike. Seeds are produced in capsules and there will be one to numerous sunken capsules in an inflorescence, Botanical Name is Curcuma longa L.


Turmeric is the boiled, dried, cleaned and polished rhizomes of Curcuma longa. The plant is a herbaceous perennial, 60-90 cm high, with a short stem and tufted leaf. There are 7 to 12 leaves, the leaf sheaths forms the pseudo stem. The lamina is green above and pale green below and has a length of 30-40 cm and width 8-12 cm. Inflorescence is a central spike of 10-15 cm length. 1-4 flowers are born in axil of the bract opening one at a time. About 30 flowers are produced in a spike. Seeds are produced in capsules and there will be one to numerous sunken capsules in an inflorescence. Turmeric is a tropical crop cultivated from sea level to 1200 meter MSL. It grows in light black, black clayey loams and red soils in irrigated and rainfed conditions. The crop cannot stand water logging or alkalinity.

DILL SEEDS

Dill is a herbaceous annual with pinnately divided leaves. The ripe, light brown seeds emit an aromatic odour. The leaves have pleasant aromatic odour and warm taste. Both seeds and leaves are valued as spice, Botanical Name is Anethum graveolens L


European Dill (Anetheum graveolens) is indigenous to Europe and is cultivated in England, Germany, Romania, Turkey, USA and Russia. The Indian dill (Anetheum sowa), a native of Northern India is bolder than the European dill. It is cultivated as a cold weather crop in many parts of India.

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ANISEEDS

Aniseed is an annual plant with an average height of 30 to 50 cm. The plant is completely covered with fine hairs. Aniseed is ground-grey to greyish brown in colour,3 to 5mm in length, oval in shape with short stalk attached. Five longitudinal ridges are visible on each pericarp. Vittae (oil ducts) are almost always present embedded in the fruit wall beneath the ridges. It has a characteristic agreeable odour and a pleasant aromatic taste, Botanical name is Pimpinella anisum.


It is a native of East Mediterranean Region. It is widely cultivated in Bulgaria, Cyprus, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, South America, Syria, Turkey, Spain, UK and USSR. In India, it is grown to a small extent as a culinary herb or as a garden plant. The major products are anis oil and oleoresin anis.

CASSIA

Cinnamomum Cassia (Chinese Cinnamon) is the dried bark of cassia which is a small, bushy, ever green tree, 18-20 mtr high and 40-60 cm diameter with a straight and cylindrical trunk and grey brown bark, 13-15mm thick when mature, Botanical Name is Cinnamomum cassia Blume.


Chinese Cassia occurs mainly in South China, Vietnam, Laos, and Myanmar. In India only a few plants are available. It is grown at altitudes up to 300 mtr MSL with a mean daily temperature of about 23 degree C and an annual rainfall of 1250 mm in about 135 wet days. It is a light demanding tree, slightly shade tolerant when young, preferring cool and wet condition.

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CARAWAY SEEDS

Caraway of commerce is the fruit of a biennial herb. The plant has a fleshy root and slender branched stem that attains a height of 0.5 to 0.6 mtrs, with small white flowers in compound umbels. The fruit when ripened splits into narrow elongated carpel, 4 to 6.5mm long, curved, pointed at ends with 5 longitudinal ridges on the surface. The dried fruit is brown in colour has pleasant odour is with sharp taste. Seeds are hard and sharp to touch, Botanical Name is Carum carvi.


It is a native of North and Central Europe and is extensively cultivated in Holland, Russia, Poland, Bulgaria, Denmark, Rumania, Syria, Morocco, and to a small extent in England, and US. It is cultivated as a cold season crop in the hills of Kashmir and Kumaon at an altitude of above 2750 MSL.

CARDAMOM

Cardamom of commerce is the dried ripe fruit (capsules of cardamom plant) often referred as the “Queen of Spices” because of its very pleasant aroma and taste. Cardamom is a perennial, herbaceous, rhizomatous plant. Based on the nature of panicles, three varieties are recognized viz. Malabar with prostrate panicle, Mysore with erect panicle, and Vazhukka with semi erect panicle. Plants are of medium size (2 to 3 mtr height) with pubescent leaves (on the dorsal side) and fruits globose in the case of Malabar, whereas plant robust (3 to 4 mtr height) with leaves glabrous on both sides with ovoid capsules in the case of Mysore. Vazhukka variety is a mix of both the above in physical characteristics.

Indian cardamom is offered to the international markets in different grades: 'Alleppey Green Extra Bold' (AGEB), 'Alleppey Green Bold' (AGB) and 'Alleppey Green Superior' (AGS) are names that register instant appeal worldwide. Cardamom oil is a precious ingredient in food preparations, perfumery, health foods medicines and beverages. India, a traditional exporter of cardamom to the Middle East countries where it goes mostly into the preparation of 'Gahwa' - a strong cardamom - coffee concoction without which no day is complete or no hospitality hearty for an Arab. Indian cardamom enjoys a premium preference in the Middle East, Japanese and Russians who relish it for its distinct enriching properties, Botanical Name is Elettaria cardamomum Maton.


Cultivation of cardamom is mostly concentrated in the ever green forests of Western Ghats in South India. Besides India, cardamom is grown as a commercial crop in Guatemala and on small scale in Tanzania, Sri Lanka, El Salvador, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, Honduras, and Papua & New Guinea. The optimum altitudinal range on growing cardamom is 600 to 1500 mtr above MsL. The cardamom growing regions of South India lies within 8 - 30 degree N latitudes and 75-78 degree longitudes.

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MUSTARD

Mustard is an annual herb cultivated as oil seed crop or as vegetable or as fodder, of which, 3 species are known for its condiment value. They are pale yellow or white mustard (Brassica hirta), brown mustard (Brassica juncea) and black mustard (Brassica nigra). The leaves of the plant are alternate, long, bristly branched, petiolate, hairy on both sides. Flowers are small, yellow with 4petals, cruciform. Seeds are 1.5-3mm.


The yellow/white mustard is indigenous to Southern Europe, whereas brown mustard is from China introduced to Northern India. The black mustard is endemic in the Southern Mediterranean region. The white mustard is widely cultivated in Australia, China, Chili, Denmark, Italy, Japan, The UK, The Netherlands, North Africa, Canada and USA. Mustard prefers loamy or clayey loam soil. It is grown as rabbi crop in North India. It is raised during rainy season from July to November in South India.

PEPPER

Black Pepper is the dried mature berry of Piper nigrum, a climbing, perennial shrub mostly found in hot, moist region of Southern India. Under cultivation pepper vines are trailed over support as columns, 5-6 mtr tall, 1-2 meter diameter. The climbing woody stems have swollen nods with clinging roots at each node, which helps in anchoring the vine to the support trees (standards). It has straight upward growing main stem and have lateral shoots from the axils of the leaves having shorter inter nodes without adventitious roots. In such branches the terminal buds get modified into an inflorescence (spike) and the auxiliary buds continue further growth. The root system confined to 75-100 cm radius and depth. The inflorescence is a pendent spike, 3-15 cm long with 50-150 flowers. Flowers are minute, white pale yellow, arranged spirally on fleshy pedantries. The specie is naturally self-pollinated and pollen dispersal is aided by the presence of water droplets. Fruit is a single seeded drupe often called berry. It is spherical in shape, green in colour, changing to red on ripping, Botanical Name is Piper nigrum L.


Pepper is considered originated in the hills of South Western Ghats of India. It is now grown in Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Brazil, Mexico, and Guatemala apart from the country of origin. Pepper requires hot and humid climate and grows between 20 degree North and South latitudes, from sea level to up to 1500 meters above MSL. The crop tolerates temperatures between 10 degree and 40 degree C. A well-distributed annual rainfall of 125 to 200 cm is considered ideal for pepper.

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CLOVE

The clove of commerce is the air-dried unopened flower bud obtained from evergreen medium sized tree. The tree grows to a height of 10-12 mtrs and start flowering in about 7 years. It continues to produce flower buds for 80 or more years. It is a valuable spice of the orient. Clove clusters are plucked by hand when the buds are fully developed with a pronounced pink flush and then dried over several days in the sun. Unopened flower buds, leaves and stalks yield essential oil, Botanical name is Syzygium aromaticum.


The plant is indigenous to North Molucca Islands of Indonesia. It is also grown in Zanzibar, Madagascar, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and India. The tree prefers well drained rich soil with sufficient soil moisture throughout the year. High atmospheric temperature (25 to 35 degree C) with heavy sun light, good and well-distributed rainfall (above 150 cm) and high humidity (above 70%) are preferred.