Fennel Seeds

Fennel Seeds

Fennel is a flowering plant species in the carrot family. This is a perennial herb. Fennel seed is native to southern Europe but is now naturalized in northern Europe, Australia and North America and is cultivated around the world

Botanical Name: Foeniculum Vulgare

Common Name: Saunf, Fennel

Cultivation and Production: India is top producer of Fennel and Rajasthan, Andhrapradesh, Punjab, Uttar pradesh, Gujarat, Madhya pradesh, Karnataka and Haryana are major fennel growing states.

In India, it is mainly harvested in February and March.

Availability: Round the year.

Packing: We can serve as per buyer required weight in various Jute, PP Bags & Paper Bags packing as per buyer requirement.


Product name Quality Specification
Fennel Seeds Machine Clean 95% to 99%
Sortex 99% to 99.8%
Grinding Quality


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Usage :

  • Fennel seed is widely used as a savory spice. It is principally added in cooking as a condiment and flavoring base.
  • Its seeds are widely used in fish, cheese spreads, and vegetable dishes.
  • In India, its seeds are being used as part of curry powder (Bengali paanch pooran). In addition, sugarcoated fennel seeds (saunf) have been used as a condiment or mouthfreshner after food to improve digestion in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
  • In addition to its use as medicinal values, fennel has much health benefiting nutrients, essential compounds, anti-oxidants, dietary fiber, minerals (copper, iron, calcium, potassium, manganese, selenium, zinc, and magnesium.), and vitamins. These compounds function as powerful anti-oxidants by removing harmful free radicals from the body thus protect from cancers, infection, aging and degenerative neurological diseases. Fennel water is used in newborn babies to relieve colic pain and help aid digestion. Fennel seed oil is used to relieve coughs, bronchitis and as massage oil to cure joint pains.
  • Furthermore, the seeds indeed are the storehouse for many vital vitamins. Vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin C as well as many B-complex vitamins like thiamin, pyridoxine, riboflavin and niacin particularly is concentrated in these seeds.