We export spices, peanuts & other dry products from India as per clients’ demand. We can send FCL with assorted spices else we can also supply LCL as per Clients’ demand. We can be one stop solution for your requirements, can supply on FOB/CIF, Door to door delivery terms. In addition to spices listed below we can also supply other spices from India as per client’s demand.

Coriander seeds 2

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India is the biggest producer, consumer and exporter of coriander in the world with an annual production averaging around 4 lakh tonnes. Rajasthan (54%) and Madhya Pradesh (17%) are the two largest producing states in the country contributing over two-thirds to the country's total production.


Cumin Seed

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India is the largest producer, consumer and exporter of cumin seed in the world, Western states of India Rajasthan and Gujarat contribute to approximately 90% of the production in the country.



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The demand for turmeric in Malaysia in the past few years increased tremendously. Major  turmeric producing countries are  India which constitutes 82% followed by China (8%), Myanmar (4%), Nigeria (3%) and Bangladesh (3%).


Cardamom 1

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It is popularly known as queen of spices. Small cardamom, which is used as spice, is in fact a dried fruit of a tall perennial herbaceous plant. India is a major producer, consumer and exporter of small cardamom.


Peanut 4

[spacer height="30px"]Groundnut/ Peanut

Groundnuts in India are available throughout the year due to a two-crop cycle harvested in March and October. On an average, India produces 7- 8 million tonnes of groundnuts (unshelled) every year.


Chili 1

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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. Indian Chilli can be grown during the entire year at one or the other partof the country. However, the major arrival season extends from February to April.