2 March 2020

Market news 2nd March 2020




Seed Spices association over the weekend predicted huge crop in Cumin, fennel, Coriander and Fenugreek Seeds considering very good monsoon in India and no unseasonal rain showers till now.  Cumin: Gujarat Crop around 240,000 MTs and Rajasthan about 295,000 making total around 535,000 MT, increase of 29% over last year. Today 18000 bag arrivals in […]

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25 February 2020

New Crop Coriander 2020




Beautiful picture of new crop Coriander Single Parrot quality.

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25 February 2020

24 Feb 2020




Virus now rapidly spreading in Iran, South Korea and Italy covering world trade in dark cloud.  Cumin: New Crop 19000 bags arrival today. Chinese buyers inquiring but no big business reported yet. Meanwhile sellers are discounting futures considering Chinese uncertainty to continue. Sesame: Weak as Virus spreads in important buyer country South Korea.  Chillies: Weak over the […]

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19 February 2020

ISO 22000 : 2018




It gives us great pleasure to inform our customers that our Gujarat Manufacturing Unit is now FSMS ISO 22000: 2018 certified! We will continue to strive reaching higher standards in food safety!

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18 February 2020

13th January 2020




Cumin:  Light rain today in Rajasthan and Gujarat. Light rain should help Cumin crop if coupled with good sunshine tomorrow. Cloudy skies could lead to disease infestation.  Locusts seems to have damaged 20% of crop in Rajasthan mainly near Pakistan border. Regulation and farmers are still fighting these attacks and in some areas have killed […]

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24 October 2019

Blogs 2




DT: 23RD SEPT 2019 Indian stock market saw the 2nd highest intra day rise on 20th Sept after the finance minister cut corporate tax to 22%. Even today markets are cheering that decision considering the finance minister is doing everything to get the economy back on high growth. Cumin Seeds: Some demand from China and […]

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24 October 2019

Blogs1




DT: 30TH SEPT 2019 Widespread rains in Sauarshtra (Gujarat) , MP, UP and some parts of Rajasthan cause damage to many standing crops like Sesame, Bajra, and Cotton. We are hearing of highest rains in September in last 100 years for India.  Cumin: Current rains and waterlogged farms along-with expectation of more rains is not […]

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