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Turmeric Finger

  • Curcumin 5.0%
  • Moisture 10%
In India, turmeric is known for its antiseptic and healing properties. Turmeric is used to add fragrance, colour and aroma to the dishes. The turmeric finger is the purest form of turmeric and is used in medicines, food and dyeing processes. The product is sourced from the farmers who grow the crop in natural and organic manner. Turmeric is widely grown in Erode. Turmeric powder is made from turmeric fingers. We offer optimum quality turmeric fingers at competitive prices. Our Company is regarded as the most sought after exporter of wide range of Turmeric finger. These are renowned for their antiseptic attributes and are thus widely used for quick healing of wounds. Further, turmeric is mainly used to add color, fragrance and taste to dishes and gives an attractive appeal to the food preparation. Therefore, these are very popular among our international client base. The Color curcumin extracted from turmeric is used as a colourant. Turmeric is also used as a dye in textile industry. Few popular grades of Indian Turmeric Finger are Aleppo Finger (Kerala)Erode Finger from Tamil NaduRajapuri Turmeric from Sangli (Maharashtra)Nizamabad Turmeric from Andhra PradeshCuddapah Turmeric from Andhra PradeshTypes of Indian Turmeric FingerTurmeric Finger BoldTurmeric Finger CurcumaTurmeric Finger SannamTurmeric Finger Bulp
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Coriander Seeds

  • Packaging Type New Multi wall paper bag, P.P. Bags, Jute Bags
  • Purity 98%
  • Moisture Max. 8.0%
  • Kinds (whole or splits) - Indori (washed/unwashed) - Kanpuri (washed/unwashed) - Badami (washed/unwashed)
  • Extraneous Matter Max. 2.0%
  • Split Seeds Max. 5.0%
  • Damaged seeds other than insect damage Max. 2.0%
  • Live infestation Nil
Coriander (Scientifically known as Coriandrum sativum) is an indespensible spice in Indian and other Cuisines. It is believed to be a native of southern Europe . Although it is now widely cultivated all over the world for its green leaves, seed production is largely concentrated in India. Coriander is commonly known as Dhaniya in India. In India Rajasthan is major producer of coriander. Coriander seeds like cumin are used as a whole spice and in a powdered form. In a powder form it is an indispensable spice in the spice box of Indians. The aromatic fragrance of the roasted coriander powder enhances the taste of any dish. All the parts of the coriander plants are edible, however the fruits, which are called the seeds, the seeds, have lemony citrus flavor when they are crushed. It is marked for its warm, nutty and spicy flavor and the saffron color that enhances the look of the dish. The commonest use of coriander seed is in curry powders, where it is the bulkiest constituent. They can be likewise used in stews and soups. They blend well. Coriander is an ingredient of Indian garam masala, pickling spices and pudding spices and is used in cakes, breads and other baked foods. We pack the coriander seeds in air tight containers so that they do not lose the aroma as well as the natural taste. Our specially cultivated coriander seeds are fresh and have a remarkable citrus like taste.
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Cumin Seeds

  • Packaging Type 50kg PP Bags
  • Type Machine cleaned / Sortexed/Extra Bold
  • Purity 99% / 98% / 99.50%
  • Total Ash Max. 9.50%
  • Acid Insoluble Ash Max. 1.75%
  • Flavour Aromatic with a penetrating flavour
  • Moisture Max. 10%
  • Volaile oil Min 2.00 ml/100 gms
  • Salmonella Absent/25 gms
Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) is a small annual plant of the parsley family, widely cultivated in the Mediterranean region of Europe and in India. Primary cultivation of cumin is in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa with India and Iran as the largest cumin exporters. The valued portion of the plant is the dried fruit called cumin seed, which is esteemed as a condiment. Cumin was known to the Egyptians 5, 000 years ago and it was found in the pyramids. In ancient times cumin was a symbol of greed and meanness. Curiously, by the Middle Ages it was regarded as a symbol of faithfulness.Aroma and flavourThe odour and flavour of cumin is derived largely from the essential oil, which contains cumaldehyde or cuminic aldehyde as the main constituent. Other ingredients of the oil are dihydrocuminaldehyde, dl-pinene, d--pinene, para-cymene, dipentene, and cuminyl alcohol. Synthetic cuminaldehyde is an adulterant to cumin oil and is very difficult to detect chemically. The dried seed of cumin has 2.5 to 5 percent essential oil on a dry weight basis and is obtained by steam distillation.Various origin of Cumin SeedsIranian: Iranian cumin comes from the Khorasan province, and is mostly black seed cumin. While the United States historically imported its cumin supply mostly from Iran; ever since the Islamic Revolution, America has stopped importing cumin from the nation. It is also known as the caraway plant. Indian: India produces and consumes the most cumin in the world, and is similar in taste and aroma to Iranian cumin. Indian cumin has an essential oil content, between 3 and 5 percent, and is brown in color. Middle Eastern: Middle Eastern cumin, originating in Pakistan, Syria and Turkey, differs in flavor and aroma from Indian and Iranian cumin. It has an essential oil content between 3 and 5 percent. White and Black Cumin: Aside from regional differences, cumin seeds come in two varieties: white and black.
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