Latest Products Latest Products Tue, 05 Jul 2022 04:46:58 +0530 en-us Whole Spices Sat, 06 Mar 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Coconut Oil Mon, 28 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0530 We present before you, Cold-pressed Coconut oil from the Indian state of Kerala, known for its rich spices and spectacular landscape, which is a west-southernmost state of India. It is obtained by extracting oil from the white meat (Copra) in an extractor made from wood.Cold-pressed coconut oil has the following main benefits :-Antioxidant Benefits :As the name suggests in the production process no heat is used for the extraction of coconut oil. The coconut meat is removed from the casing that is on the outside and pressed with wood so that pure coconut oil is all that is left.Flavour Benefits :Coconut oil that is not refined will not lose its natural, pure coconut taste that is very suitable for baking. The aroma and taste of unrefined coconut oil is moderate in intensity.Health Benefits : Some exploits of unrefined coconut oil: It has low fatty acids (FFA), ideal for use in cuisine Nourishes hair and skin health Upgrades the body's immunity against pathogens and digestion Aids In secretion of the chemical compound insulin from the pancreas Aids in strengthening memory   Cardamom Seeds Mon, 28 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0530 Vyas Exim sources Cardamom from Kerala, a southern state of India is the main producer of cardamom in India and contributes around 60% of total Indian production with other state being Sikkim as the next state in terms of production. The cardamom is native to India & Indonesia and grown in tropical & sub-tropical climate zones. Cardamom is of the ginger family known as ‘Elettaria Cardamomum- Green Cardamom’. Cardamom has 3 varieties : Black Cardamom Green Cardamom White Cardamom Is broadly grouped into two categories : Small Cardamom (Chhota Elaichi) or True Cardamom. Large cardamom (Bara Elaichi.) Cardamom is the ‘Spice Queen’ and is an expensive spice ranked after Saffron & Vanilla spices. it has multiple uses :Culinary Uses Used both in sweet dishes, food preparation’s, beverages like Tea & Coffee with major spread across subcontinent's of South Asia, Middle East, Scandinavia.Medicinal Uses It has several Medicinal & Therapeutic uses. It is high in proteins & vitamins like A, B & C and has low-fat content. The seed has a volatile oil content of ~10%. It is often chewed after meals as it is digestive and improves appetite. Cardamom seeds are also the basis of medicinal preparations for indigestion and flatulence problems. It relieves gas & heartburn as well as is useful for nausea.   Industrial UsesCardamom oil is an essential factor in the preparation of certain medicines. It is used span in Pharmacy Perfumery Flavoring agent   Pepper Seeds Mon, 28 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0530 Black pepper is called the King of Spices and is native to present-day South India. It has a lot of medicinal values in Ayurveda therapy. The spiciness of Pepper is due to the chemical compound Piperine. The Pepper is rich in minerals such as copper, magnesium, calcium, iron, phosphorus. It also has substantial quantities of fiber which aids in digestion. Besides Salt, the Pepper is the most used spice in the culinary preparation around the world.Few Benefits It aids in weight loss. Enhances digestion by cleansing your intestines & stomach thus prevents constipation. Rich in Vitamin B like B2 & B6 & C. It helps in regulating the high blood pressure & producing red blood cells. Other uses are in curing cancer and liver problems. It is used as a natural ingredient for Agro-food, Cosmetic & Pharma industry. Coffee Beans Mon, 28 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0530 Vyas sources Coffee beans from the major coffee-producing states of Karnataka (South Western India) home to the first coffee plantations in India.In India, the coffee is grown in 3 traditional southern states Karnataka Kerala Tamilnadu Then their other non –traditional states like Orissa Andhra Pradesh North-Eastern states Both Arabica & Robusta Coffee beans are grown in KarnatakaArabica carries the sweeter taste and has taste traits of chocolate & sugar.They might have hints of the taste of fruits or berries.Arabica coffee plantation requires more specific cultivation requirements like cool & sub-tropical climate. These beans are grown at an altitude ranging from 600m-2000m.Robusta beans bear a stronger & more bitter taste and is used primarily in an Instant coffee mix, Espresso as well as a filler in certain blending.These beans have Chlorogenic acid (CGA) content over Arabica beans by 25% -80%.CGA has the following medicinal therapeutic uses inflammation relieving joint pain, skin issues, weight loss preventing diabetes.   Fresh Pomegranate Mon, 28 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0530 Pomegranate :  HSN Code 0810 9010   It is a fruit which originated in Iran & is one of the first five fruits that was started for cultivation by mankind. This fruit is an ancient culture icon identified with lifestyle, opulence, prosperity & fertility.   This fruit usage is prevalent as a symbol, decoration & for culinary in Persian, Mediterranean, Middle- East & Asia this is over and above it’s advantages for health.   In India this fruit got introduced from erstwhile Persia and currently widely cultivated in state of Maharashtra & Karnataka, western states of India.   The variety that is being proposed is a Bhagwa variety with a soft seeded variety with bright red attractive Rind and Aril colour; weight of the fruits is 200-400 gms.   The various health advantages of the fruits is   Pomegranate anti-oxidants rich and thus protects our body from from premature ageing. Antioxidants present in pomegranate act as a ‘thinner for your blood’. The seeds of pomegranate prevent your blood platelets from forming clots and coagulating. Pomegranate helps to pump up the level of oxygen in our blood. It prevents arthritis, helps in digestion and prevents plaque formation.   Culinary uses The fresh seeds are used as a garnish for desserts & salads. Dried pomegranate seeds are used a flavoring for samosas and chutneys in Indian Culinary. A non-alcoholic fruit punch can be made by boiling the seeds with some lemon slices, sugar, and water. Syrup made from the juice is called pomegranate molasses. This is used in many Middle Eastern recipes—especially Persian dishes. The juice is cooked to make this thick syrup. Pomegranate juice is used for wine, drinks, jellies, sauces, ices, ice cream, soups, cakes and cake icings, gelatin desserts; boiled pomegranate juice is also used as a food coloring   Fresh Grapes Mon, 28 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0530 We present before you; rich, luscious grapes of top-notch quality. Originating from the fertile Middle Eastern fields and the breezy Mediterranean coasts the delicate art of cultivating the grape has been mastered by the vignerons of Nashik and Pune skilfully yielding fine Indian grapes. The grape truly is one of the most prized fruits in the world having given humanity the gifts of wine and vinegar. It is also one the first five fruits that mankind cultivated.   Some uses of grapes: Can be fermented into vinegar. Can be fermented into brandy. Can be dried into raisins. Can be made into jams. Can be crushed and blended into grape juice.   Some health benefits of grapes: Beneficial for the heart. Beneficial for bones. Protects against diabetes. Contains antioxidants preventing chronic diseases. The plant compounds can protect you from certain types of cancer.   Edible Oils Thu, 24 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0530 Sunflower Oil Mon, 28 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0530 Sesame oil Mon, 28 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0530 Flaxseed Oil Mon, 28 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0530 Safflower Oil Mon, 28 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0530 Mustard Oil Mon, 28 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0530 Almond oil Mon, 28 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0530 Fresh Fruits Mon, 28 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0530