Cumin is the dried seed of the tropical plant Cuminum cyminum. It is local to India, Egypt, Iran and the Mediterranean area. Cumin seeds have a trademark fragrance and flavor and they are broadly utilized in numerous foods essentially South Asian, North African and Latin American cooking styles. They are utilized in medicine, perfumery and in the enhancing of cordials. Cumin is accessible in both ground and entire structures.

Cumin is the dried, white natural product with grayish darker shade of a little slim yearly herb. The outside of the organic product has 5 essential edges, on the other hand has 4 less particular auxiliary edges bearing various short hairs. The plant is 15 to 50 cm high. The sweet-smelling seed like natural product is extended, ovoid, 3 to 6 mm long, marginally severe and has a warm flavor. The blooms are white or rose shaded in little umbels.

Cumin is indigenous to Northern Egypt, Syria, the Mediterranean area, Iran and India. It is likewise developed in Mexico, China, Sicily and Malta. Cumin is a tropical plant and is developed as a rabi crop in zones where barometrical stickiness amid February-March is low.

Product Specifications

Commodity: Cumin Seeds

Origin: Maharashtra, India

Quality Specifications

Whole Cumin Seeds

Seed count: Avg. 300 seeds/gram

Moisture: 8% max

Foreign Matter: 1% max

Ground Cumin

Moisture: 5% max

Particle Size: 30 ASTM

Packing &Shipment Specifications

Inspection: SGS or any other agency as per your requirement for Weight and Quality.

Packing: Standard in 25 or 50 Kg Jute Bags with HDPE/PP lining or as per customer requirements

Mode of Payment: TT, LC

Delivery: Delivered to loading port of choice within 15 days from the date of receipt of Confirmed Purchase Order & Receipt of Advance.

Applicable Shipment Terms: FOB/CFR/CIF Inco Terms 2010 as needed by the Customer to their port of choice

Spice Uses & Other Information of Note

Cumin seed have a sweet-smelling scent and harsh taste. It is utilized as a sauce, and is an ingredient in curry powders, seasonings of breads, cakes and cheddar. It is utilized in local dishes of Central and South America. In medicine, it is utilized as a stimulant, carminative, stomachic and astringent. Cumin seed oil is utilized in perfumery and for seasoning alcohols and cordials.

Categories: Spices