Leading Indian Masala Exporters


India is the world's largest producer, consumer and exporter of chilies in the world. India also has the largest area under chilies in the world. Chilies are the most common spice cultivated in India. It is estimated that India produced 1067534 tons of dry chili from an area of 8, 85,285 hectares in 2009-10.

Chilies are valued principally for their high pungency and color. Almost all the states of India produce the crop. The crop planting starts from August and extends till October. While, the harvesting begins from December with 5% of the arrivals usually reported in this month. The peak arrivals are reported in February to March. There are several varieties of Indian Chilli and the most popular among these are Sannam, 334, 273, Byadgi, Wonder Hot, Mundu, Teja, Yellow Chilies & Tomato Chilies.

Type of Powder

Turmeric Powder

  • 777 Turmeric Powder
  • Ameera Turmeric Powder

Chilly Powder

  • Ameera
  • 777
  • Ext. Hot
  • Kashmiri
  • Reshampatti

Coriander Powder

Garam Masala Powder

Specifications of Chilly Powder
Color Bright Red
Size 45-65 Mesh
Pungency 10000-20000 / 20000-30000 / 30000-40000 Shu Or As Required Buyer
Color 45-55 Asta / 55-65 Asta / 65-75 Asta Or As Required By Buyers.
Afflatoxin Below 10 Ppb Or As Required
Sudan I, Ii , Iii & Iv Nil
Shelf Life Long
Specifications of Coriander Powder
Appearence Characteristics
Color Natural
Odour Natural
Moisture 9% Max.
Foreign Matter 0.1% Max.
Salmonela Absent / 25 Gm
E Coli < 100 / Gm
Specifications of Turmeric Powder
Moisture Below 10%
Curcumin (on dry basis) Below 2%
Test for lead chromate Negative
Salmonella in 25gm Absent

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