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TURMERIC

We export special spice board  certified turmeric fingers. These are stringently tested by our experts on varied parameters, in order to ensure excellent quality. We also supply Turmeric Bulbs that are sourced from reliable farmers, who use natural and environment friendly methods to grow them. There is a huge demand for our Indian Turmeric in US, Canada, Japan, Russia, UK, France and other European countries.

TURMERIC VARIETIES:-

  • NIZAMABAD SOUBLE POLISH TURMERIC (ANDHRA PRADESH)
  • ROMA, SUROMA TURMEIC (ODISHA)
  • ERODE TURMERIC (TAMIL NADU)
  • RAJAPORE / SANGLI TURMERIC (MAHARASTRA)

ABOUT TURMERIC

Turmeric, a herbaceous plant, belongs to the rhizome family .Turmeric, also known as the golden spice, has a long-standing history in the Indian subcontinent, dating back to almost 4000 years. Our country is the largest producer and exporter of finest-quality turmeric in the whole world Turmeric works as an effective antiseptic cream and can be applied to skin prone to pimples and acne. In fact, our ancestors considered this spice as sacred and used it when they performed sacred rituals. The yellow spice is widely cultivated in many parts of India, and is known for its miraculous healing properties, used for treating various ailments. It has a mild aroma and lends a distinctive flavour and colour to your dishes.

General Use:-

Powdered turmeric root is perhaps best known as a popular spice, frequently used in Eastern cooking. It is an ingredient of curry powders, and is also used to give mustard its characteristic colour. It is sometimes used as a substitute for saffron. The addition of turmeric to such oils as olive or sesame oil extends their shelf life due to its antioxidant properties. In addition, some orange and lemon drinks are now collared with turmeric, which is considered safer than artificial colourings derived from coal tar. The powdered root of turmeric has been used for making a deep yellow dye for fabrics for hundreds of years.

Origin of TURMERIC

Turmeric, a herbaceous plant, belongs to the rhizome family. While details about its origin are not clear, it is widely believed that turmeric finds its roots in South East Asia or South Asia where it is still grown extensively.

In India, it has been in use since time immemorial holding a very important place among the spices of India for its proven therapeutic properties. Its vivid, fast yellow color made it an important dyeing agent in the ancient times and it is once again gaining popularity as a vegetable dye in today’s ethnic apparel industry.

 

Production

India is the largest producer, consumer and exporter of turmeric in the world. Indian turmeric is considered to be the best in the world market because of its high curcumin content. India accounts for about 80 per cent of world turmeric production and 60 per cent of world exports.

Climate & Harvesting

Fresh turmeric arrival   is starts from mid January and continues till June. Stored product is available throughout the year. In India there is much demand for Nizamabad and suroma region turmeric among the traders, so the arrivals from that region are increasing over years. The arrivals of crop in Nizamabad   and suroma market starts during January to April.

Turmeric uses

Medicinal Use

  1. Useful in controlling periodic attacks of hysteria and convulsions.
  2. An effective internal antiseptic (when mixed with buttermilk or water) to cure chronic intestinal problems and diarrhea.
  3. 20 drops of raw turmeric juice mixed with a pinch of salt taken in an empty stomach dispels germs.
  4. 1 tea spoon of raw turmeric juice mixed with honey cures anaemia.

Turmeric powder mixed in milk is effective in treating bronchial asthma. When mixed with tsp warm water, it prevents an asthma attack.

  1. 1 tsp turmeric mixed with 30 ml warm milk cures cough and cold.
  2. Raw turmeric juice is effective against skin disorders including eczema, ringworm and scabies.
  3. 5 grams turmeric powder, 2 cloves, 2 dried guava leaves and 200 grams water can be used as mouthwash and prevents dental pain
  4. Mixed turmeric powder and lime over insect bitten body parts removes the toxic effect

 

Cosmetic Uses

 

  1. Turmeric works as an effective antiseptic cream and can be applied to skin prone to pimples and acne
  2. When mixed with sandalwood paste, turmeric can remove blemishes on the skin, left by skin disorders and ailments like chicken pox
  3. Turmeric is used as an integral part of ointments and face creams

Specifications

Turmeric Finger Curcuma Turmeric Finger Bold Turmeric BULB Turmeric Bulb
HS-Code 91030 9103090 9103090 9103090
Curcumin 2.5 TO 3.0 2.5 TO 3.0 3.0 TO 3.5 4.00%
Moisture 10.00% 10 – 12 % 12.00% 10 – 12 %
Origin INDIA INDIA INDIA INDIA
Packing 25/50/60 KG 25/50/60 KG 25/50/60 KG 25/50/60 KG
Loading 18 MT(20 FT) / 36 MT

(40 FT)

18 MT(20 FT) / 36 MT

(40 FT)

18 MT(20 FT) / 36 MT

(40 FT)

13 MT(20 FT) / 26 MT (40 FT)
Minimum order quantity 1 * 20 FCL 1 * 20 FCL 1 * 20 FCL 1 * 20 FCL
Sgs/intertek

Specification for Turmeric Whole

Type Finger/Bulbs – Polished or Unpolished
Broken pieces (fingers<15mm) < 5 %
Defectives < 3 %
Moisture < 10 %
Lead as PPB 2.5
Acid Insoluble Ash 2.5%
Flexibility Hard
Foreign matter < 1 %
Percentage of bulbs by weight < 4 % Starch content, max, w/w: 60 % Curcumin content: 4 – 5 %
Total Ash < 7 %
Chromate Test Negative