Spices Production

Spices Production: Especially spices will be useful in making curries and different types of foods. Consumption is regular in the market. Without spices, there will be no good curry. It is daily consuming item in food market. In Spices so many anti oxidants, Minerals, Vitmins, Enjymes will be there. So that international demand is high.

Fast Moving Consumer Goods: It is one of the best item in FMCG markets (Fast Moving Consumer Goods). Packing industry is flurishing well with this product. It is small scale busines in FMCG and in home industry. So many people are living in this industry for a long-while.

Food Stores and Supermarkets: Spices used to make food like curry, thyme, cayenne pepper to mention a few are usually in high demand at food stores and supermarkets. Take advantage of that by processing and packaging your own spices.

Spices Packing: For different types of spices packing, labeling is most important. Printing MRP (Marginal Retail Price) will give correct idea at the time supply to whole sellers and retailers to the consumer. Be careful about weighing packets in equal process.

Which is the largest producer of spices: India is the world's largest producer, consumer and exporter of spices, the country produces about 75 of the 109 varieties listed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and accounts for half of the global trading in spices.

How are spices produced: Spices are the seeds, buds, fruits, flowers, bark, and roots of plants. In some cases, a plant produces both a spice and an herb. Other seasonings are made from a mix of spices, such as chili powder, or a mix of herbs, such as bouquet garni. Herbs and spices should be stored in airtight containers in a cool cupboard.

Indian Spices To Get You Started: Black Pepper. Peppercorns come in a rainbow of colours and while most of the colours are used in Indian cooking, black peppercorns are the most common and pack in the most heat, Cardamom, Chilli Peppers, Cinnamon, Coriander Seeds, Cumin Seeds, Turmeric.

Herbs and spices for a well-stocked spice drawer: Black peppercorns. Pepper is a spice that's familiar to everyone. Ground cinnamon. A warm spice packed with antioxidants, cinnamon adds a touch of sweetness to dishes, Chili powder, Hot-red-chili flakes, Cumin, Ground ginger, Nutmeg, Smoked paprika.

What spices go well with vegetables: All of the common and favorite herbs can be used with vegetables. Herbs such as oregano, basil, parsley, thyme, rosemary, chervil, Tarragon, coriander, cumin, dill, ginger, garlic, lemongrass and curry. Spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves can also be added to really spice up some vegetables.

Wishing you all the best,