Castyindia Overseas is Leading Exporters of Vegetables, Fruits, and Spices in Domestic & International.
Turmeric As Spice is Deep Yellow in Color Having a Pungent Flavor. to Convert It Into a Powdered Form, the Rootstalk is Boiled, Dried, Cleaned and Polished and Then Powdered. Turmeric is one of the Oldest Spices and Had Been Used in India For Ages. That is Why It is Said That This Spice Belongs to India and Also Called ‘Indian Saffron’.
Scientific Name: Curcuma Longa
New Crop: February to June
H.S. Code: 09103020
SPECIFICATIONS OF TURMERIC
Cumin Seeds Evolved From Mediterranean and Soon Was Embraced By India and Other Asian Countries. Cumin is grown in India, Egypt, Syria, Turkey, China, and Parts of America. the Current Yield of Cumin Seeds in the World is Around 300,000 Tons Per Year and in India is Approximately 200,000 Tons Per Year With Gujarat and Rajasthan Being the Leading Producers. Cumin Seeds are Added to the Majority of Dishes As It Imparts Subtle Natural Sweetness to the Cuisines. We Advise Customers to Buy Whole Cumin Seeds Instead of Cumin Powder As With Time the Powder Loses its Flavor and Properties. the Cumin Seeds are Packaged in a Way to Conserve its Freshness for Longer Period.
New Crop: March to April
H.S. Code: 09093129
SPECIFICATIONS OF CUMIN SEEDS
Chilli is the Largest Spice Item Exported From India in Terms of Volume. the Important States Growing Chilly are Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Karnataka, Rajasthan, and Tamilnadu. Andhra Pradesh Alone Commands 46% of the Chilly Production in India. Chilli Has Two Important Commercial Qualities Namely Colour and Pungency. Some Varieties of Chilli are Famous for Their Red Colour Because of the Pigment Capsanthin, Others are Known for Biting Pungency Attributed to Capsaicin.
Scientific Name: Capsicum Annuum / Capsicum Frutescens
New Crop: February to August
H.S. Code: 09042219
SPECIFICATIONS OF RED CHILLIES