How Blended Spices are Being Process in India

The Indian climate is highly suitable to produce a broad range of spices and as a result the nation has become a major supplier of spices in the world. Masala is the Hindi word for spice; and is also referred to a mixture of spices, herbs and other condiments grounded together to prepare mouth-watering Indian dishes.

Depending on different recipes and individual tastes, one can use various combination of spices to produce blended Indian spices; such as garam masala, tea masala, pav bhaji masala, chhole masala, panipuri masala, sambhar masala, chat masala, achar masala, sweet achar masala, kanda lasoon masala; compounded asafoetida, hing powder, curry powder, vadapav masala, pulav masala, dabeli masala and sandwich masala.

The Indian spice trade is growing at a great pace; with many spice processors in India especially in Gujarat, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Manipur etc. supplying premium quality spices in the local and overseas market for flavoring foods and in medicines; including several industries like pharmaceutical, perfumery and cosmetics.

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Indian spices have been famed throughout the world since times immemorial and have been closely associated with cultural traditions, magic, preservation, medicine and embalming. Spices of India have found mention 7000 years ago in the ancient civilisations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, Sumeria, Arabia and China, far before the Greek and Roman civilisations came into being. In fact, India’s history has been re-scripted by the Europeans’ quest for our famed spices.

At Ramdev, we understand the splendour that Indian spices have stood for through many millennia and count ourselves amongst the custodians of this great heritage. For half a century, through the purity and quality of our spices, we have reiterated the sobriquet of ‘Spice Land’ for India. Our business footprint and loyal customers across the world are our testimonials for consistently delivering the finest grade of spices in multifarious forms year after year.