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  • COFFEE BEANS

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  • turmeric-powder

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    Turmeric Powder is one of the key ingredients in cooking. The turmeric (haldi) is finely ground and blends in your recipes to give your dishes flavour & a warm golden yellow hue. It has been formulated without any added preservatives or added colours. Add to your delicious food recipes and rustle up some tasty dishes without worrying about your health. Turmeric powder has several medical benefits as per Ayurveda – some of them are: a natural healing agent for cuts and bruises. Alongside, it helps in quick recovery from cough, cold and sore throat.

  • RED CHILLY WHOLE AND GROUND

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    WE OFFER DRY RED CHILLY AS PER BUYERS REQUIREMENT MOISTURE AND AFLATOXIN CONTROLLED AS PER USA AND EU NORMS

    varieties

    1. CRUSHED
    2. POWDER
    3. WHOLE WITH STEM AND WITHOUT STEM

    PACKING IN 25/50 KG JUTE BAGS

  • CURRY POWDER

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    Curry powder is a mixture of spices that take on a yellow hue. Contrary to popular belief, it is not a staple ingredient in Indian cooking. Curry powder was created by the British to evoke the essence of Indian food and is not used in authentic Indian cooking. The confusion may come from a popular Indian dish known as “curry,” but that term refers not to the spice blend but to the dish itself, which is made up of a sauce or gravy along with meat and vegetables. The spice blend most often used in an Indian curry is garam masala.

    One of the main ingredients in curry powder is turmeric. Other spices that can be incorporated include everything from ginger, cinnamon, garlic, and cloves to mustard seed, black pepper, and fennel seed.

  • almond kernel

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    WE HAVE ALMONDS IN SHELL AND WITHOUT SHELL FROM BEST PACKERS OF CALIFORNIA  WHICH IS SHIPPED ON REGULAR BASIS TO CATER TO INDIAN MARKET.

    Almond is a source of many nutrients which help in development of the brain. Almond induces high intellectual level and has been considered as an essential food item for growing children. Regular consumption of almonds helps to increase the level of high density lipoproteins (HDL) and reduce the level of low density lipoproteins (LDL), thereby effectively controlling cholesterol levels.

  • GALANGAL ROOT

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    Galangal is a knobbly rhizome that looks a little like ginger and although they are related their flavours are vastly different.

    Galangal is used almost exclusively in recipes from SE Asia where its pungent earthiness yet also citrus notes, gives a depth and interest to both broths and curries. Young galangal has creamy white skin with pink shoots but as it ages the skin thickens and the colour changes to a deep gold.

    Fresh galangal can be grown in gardens in warmer parts of NZ. You will sometimes find it at Farmers Markets and fresh produce markets such as Avondale markets. It is also available frozen in Asian supermarket or conveniently minced and sold in jars in your local supermarket.
    When using fresh galangal it is either sliced into very thin strips or grated with a sharp fine grater, as you would with ginger.

    1cm of fresh galangal is equivalent to around 1 teaspoon of minced.

  • ONION POWDER

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    Fundamental to so many cuisines  onions and garlic are veritable powerhouses of flavour. Both are pungent when chopped and add a rich depth of flavour to savoury dishes and produce mouth-watering pickles and chutneys. White and brown onions are widely available  as are shallots  for a milder  sweeter taste. Onions have long been venerated  indeed  they were particularly important in Ancient Egypt where their concentric rings were said to symbolize eternal life. Garlic too  has an equally long history  and is full of health benefits as well as flavour boosts. It is not called  the stinking rose  for no reason  as it releases its wonderfully distinctive aroma when handled. Varieties fall within the categories of hard necked soft necked or wet. Pure white is the most popular variety and satisfy the high demand for this ingredient in the U.A.E. and other contery

  • CLOVES

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    whole organic Cloves (Laving) fresh stock.best before 6 months
    Cloves are an incredibly common type of spices that are broadly used for cooking and other purposes. It is used to create oil, as an antiseptic and even for other medicinal purposes.
    no chemicals presticides Artificial Colors and Preservatives
    it gives natural aroma

  • almond kernel

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    WE HAVE ALMONDS IN SHELL AND WITHOUT SHELL FROM BEST PACKERS OF CALIFORNIA  WHICH IS SHIPPED ON REGULAR BASIS TO CATER TO INDIAN MARKET.

    Almond is a source of many nutrients which help in development of the brain. Almond induces high intellectual level and has been considered as an essential food item for growing children. Regular consumption of almonds helps to increase the level of high density lipoproteins (HDL) and reduce the level of low density lipoproteins (LDL), thereby effectively controlling cholesterol levels.

  • basmati rice

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    1121 SELLA , GOLDEN SELLA, SUGANDHA, 1509 SELLA, SHARBATI RICE.

    Basmati rice is a variety of long-grained rice that originates in the foothills of the Himalayas and is traditionally served in Indian and other South Asian cuisines. Frequently served alongside various curries, braised or roasted meats, or as the main ingredient in classic biryani, basmati rice is sometimes served plain but often flavored with turmeric or saffron, both of which impart a characteristic yellow hue.

    Its distinctive nutty flavor and unique, slightly floral aroma is similar to that of jasmine rice, which is commonly used in Thai and other Southeast Asian cooking. When cooked, basmati has a slightly softer grain than jasmine rice, while jasmine has a nuttier flavor.

  • BAY LEAF

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    ay leaf (Laurus nobilis) medicinal herb refers to the aromatic leaf of the Bay Laurel tree and it is native to Asia Minor, Egypt. It is also found in parts of India. It is from the Lauraceae family and it is also called Sweet bay. This medicinal plant has been used since ancient Greece as herbal remedy and it is primarily used for its distinctive flavor and fragrance as a culinary herb.

    The common names are Indian Bay, Bay Laurel, Sweet bay, Laurus nobilis, Laurel tree, True laurel, Laurel, Grecian laurel and Nobel Laurel.

    It is often used to flavour soups, stews, Moroccan-style dishes, and in Mediterranean cuisine. The leaves do not develop their full flavour until several weeks after picking and drying and it is highly favoured by many chefs. It can be found as an ingredient in numerous recipes inclusive of French recipes.

  • BLACK CUMIN SEEDS

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    Black seed (Nigella sativa) is a flowering plant native to Asia and the Mediterranean. Its seed has been used to make medicine for thousands of years.

    Black seed might have effects in the body that help boost the immune system, fight cancer, prevent pregnancy, reduce swelling, and lessen allergic reactions by acting as an antihistamine.

    People commonly use black seed for asthma, hay fever, diabetes, high blood pressure, eczema, weight loss, menstrual cramps, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support many of these uses. There is also no good evidence to support using black seed for COVID-19.

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  • COFFEE BEANS

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  • turmeric-powder

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    Turmeric Powder is one of the key ingredients in cooking. The turmeric (haldi) is finely ground and blends in your recipes to give your dishes flavour & a warm golden yellow hue. It has been formulated without any added preservatives or added colours. Add to your delicious food recipes and rustle up some tasty dishes without worrying about your health. Turmeric powder has several medical benefits as per Ayurveda – some of them are: a natural healing agent for cuts and bruises. Alongside, it helps in quick recovery from cough, cold and sore throat.

  • RED CHILLY WHOLE AND GROUND

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    WE OFFER DRY RED CHILLY AS PER BUYERS REQUIREMENT MOISTURE AND AFLATOXIN CONTROLLED AS PER USA AND EU NORMS

    varieties

    1. CRUSHED
    2. POWDER
    3. WHOLE WITH STEM AND WITHOUT STEM

    PACKING IN 25/50 KG JUTE BAGS

  • CURRY POWDER

    0 out of 5

    Curry powder is a mixture of spices that take on a yellow hue. Contrary to popular belief, it is not a staple ingredient in Indian cooking. Curry powder was created by the British to evoke the essence of Indian food and is not used in authentic Indian cooking. The confusion may come from a popular Indian dish known as “curry,” but that term refers not to the spice blend but to the dish itself, which is made up of a sauce or gravy along with meat and vegetables. The spice blend most often used in an Indian curry is garam masala.

    One of the main ingredients in curry powder is turmeric. Other spices that can be incorporated include everything from ginger, cinnamon, garlic, and cloves to mustard seed, black pepper, and fennel seed.

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  • almond kernel

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    WE HAVE ALMONDS IN SHELL AND WITHOUT SHELL FROM BEST PACKERS OF CALIFORNIA  WHICH IS SHIPPED ON REGULAR BASIS TO CATER TO INDIAN MARKET.

    Almond is a source of many nutrients which help in development of the brain. Almond induces high intellectual level and has been considered as an essential food item for growing children. Regular consumption of almonds helps to increase the level of high density lipoproteins (HDL) and reduce the level of low density lipoproteins (LDL), thereby effectively controlling cholesterol levels.

  • GALANGAL ROOT

    0 out of 5

    Galangal is a knobbly rhizome that looks a little like ginger and although they are related their flavours are vastly different.

    Galangal is used almost exclusively in recipes from SE Asia where its pungent earthiness yet also citrus notes, gives a depth and interest to both broths and curries. Young galangal has creamy white skin with pink shoots but as it ages the skin thickens and the colour changes to a deep gold.

    Fresh galangal can be grown in gardens in warmer parts of NZ. You will sometimes find it at Farmers Markets and fresh produce markets such as Avondale markets. It is also available frozen in Asian supermarket or conveniently minced and sold in jars in your local supermarket.
    When using fresh galangal it is either sliced into very thin strips or grated with a sharp fine grater, as you would with ginger.

    1cm of fresh galangal is equivalent to around 1 teaspoon of minced.

  • ONION POWDER

    0 out of 5

    Fundamental to so many cuisines  onions and garlic are veritable powerhouses of flavour. Both are pungent when chopped and add a rich depth of flavour to savoury dishes and produce mouth-watering pickles and chutneys. White and brown onions are widely available  as are shallots  for a milder  sweeter taste. Onions have long been venerated  indeed  they were particularly important in Ancient Egypt where their concentric rings were said to symbolize eternal life. Garlic too  has an equally long history  and is full of health benefits as well as flavour boosts. It is not called  the stinking rose  for no reason  as it releases its wonderfully distinctive aroma when handled. Varieties fall within the categories of hard necked soft necked or wet. Pure white is the most popular variety and satisfy the high demand for this ingredient in the U.A.E. and other contery

  • CLOVES

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    whole organic Cloves (Laving) fresh stock.best before 6 months
    Cloves are an incredibly common type of spices that are broadly used for cooking and other purposes. It is used to create oil, as an antiseptic and even for other medicinal purposes.
    no chemicals presticides Artificial Colors and Preservatives
    it gives natural aroma

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  • almond kernel

    0 out of 5

    WE HAVE ALMONDS IN SHELL AND WITHOUT SHELL FROM BEST PACKERS OF CALIFORNIA  WHICH IS SHIPPED ON REGULAR BASIS TO CATER TO INDIAN MARKET.

    Almond is a source of many nutrients which help in development of the brain. Almond induces high intellectual level and has been considered as an essential food item for growing children. Regular consumption of almonds helps to increase the level of high density lipoproteins (HDL) and reduce the level of low density lipoproteins (LDL), thereby effectively controlling cholesterol levels.

  • basmati rice

    0 out of 5

    1121 SELLA , GOLDEN SELLA, SUGANDHA, 1509 SELLA, SHARBATI RICE.

    Basmati rice is a variety of long-grained rice that originates in the foothills of the Himalayas and is traditionally served in Indian and other South Asian cuisines. Frequently served alongside various curries, braised or roasted meats, or as the main ingredient in classic biryani, basmati rice is sometimes served plain but often flavored with turmeric or saffron, both of which impart a characteristic yellow hue.

    Its distinctive nutty flavor and unique, slightly floral aroma is similar to that of jasmine rice, which is commonly used in Thai and other Southeast Asian cooking. When cooked, basmati has a slightly softer grain than jasmine rice, while jasmine has a nuttier flavor.

  • BAY LEAF

    0 out of 5

    ay leaf (Laurus nobilis) medicinal herb refers to the aromatic leaf of the Bay Laurel tree and it is native to Asia Minor, Egypt. It is also found in parts of India. It is from the Lauraceae family and it is also called Sweet bay. This medicinal plant has been used since ancient Greece as herbal remedy and it is primarily used for its distinctive flavor and fragrance as a culinary herb.

    The common names are Indian Bay, Bay Laurel, Sweet bay, Laurus nobilis, Laurel tree, True laurel, Laurel, Grecian laurel and Nobel Laurel.

    It is often used to flavour soups, stews, Moroccan-style dishes, and in Mediterranean cuisine. The leaves do not develop their full flavour until several weeks after picking and drying and it is highly favoured by many chefs. It can be found as an ingredient in numerous recipes inclusive of French recipes.

  • BLACK CUMIN SEEDS

    0 out of 5

    Black seed (Nigella sativa) is a flowering plant native to Asia and the Mediterranean. Its seed has been used to make medicine for thousands of years.

    Black seed might have effects in the body that help boost the immune system, fight cancer, prevent pregnancy, reduce swelling, and lessen allergic reactions by acting as an antihistamine.

    People commonly use black seed for asthma, hay fever, diabetes, high blood pressure, eczema, weight loss, menstrual cramps, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support many of these uses. There is also no good evidence to support using black seed for COVID-19.

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