Cumin Seeds

Cumin Seeds


India is the largest producer of finest quality cumin seed. The crop is harvested in Feb/March each year in western Indian states mainly in Gujarat state and is generally available all year round. Indian cumin Seeds are extensively exported to the countries around the world. Cumin Seeds are one of the popular spices all around the world, Cumin seeds have pungent yet very pleasant odor. These aromatic cumin seeds are extensively used to treat them in various Indian as well as international foods.


PRODUCTS DETAILS:

We can supply all range of cumin seeds in various jute & PP bags packing as per buyer requirement.

Product name Specification Admixture
Cumin Seeds 2% Max.
Singapore 99% 1% Max.
Singapore 99.50% 0.50% Max.
Europe 99% 1% Max.
Europe Sortex 99.7% 0.3% Max.

 

Usage :

  • It is widely used as a spice and employed in cooking as a condiment and flavoring base.
  • Its seeds have been in use since ancient times in the preparation of many popular dishes in  Mediterranean, Asian and Chinese cuisines. Along with other spicy items, it is being used as flavoring agent in chicken, fish, and meat dishes.
  • Some Indian vegetarian (jeera daal, aaloo-jeera), chicken curries and rice dishes (biriyani, pulao) use cumin on regualr basis. The spice is also fovored in the Middle East, especially in  meat and rice dishes.
  • The seeds are also been used in the preparation of soups, barbecue sauces, pickling and as one of the ingredients in variety of curry powders.
Nutrition value :

  • This spice is an excellent source of minerals like iron, copper, calcium, potassium, manganese, selenium, zinc and magnesium. Copper is required in the production of red lood  cells. Iron is required for red blood cell formation. Zinc is a co-factor in many enzymes  that regulate growth and development, sperm generation, digestion and nucleic     acid synthesis. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that helps controlling heart rate and blood pressure. Manganese is used by the body as a     co-factor for the powerful anti-oxidant enzyme, superoxide dismutase.
  • The spice also contains very good amounts of B-complex vitamins such as thiamin, vitamin B-6, niacin, riboflavin, and other vital anti-oxidant vitamins like vitamin E,     vitamin A, and  vitamin C.