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Products   Conventional Products   Cumin Seeds (Cumimun Cyminum)
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Cumin seeds

The history of cumin seeds goes back to ancient Egyptians who used them not only as a spice, but also in the mummification process. Cumin seeds were a symbol of love and fidelity, so it was carried at weddings. Cumin seeds are a lot more than its flavorful aroma and taste it is a wonderful remedy for stomach aches and works as a natural laxative. It is also a natural relaxant it eases insomnia and sleeplessness.
Organic Products India manufactures, supplies & exports conventional & organic Cumin seeds to countries like USA, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand & many more.

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Commercial Varieties Commercial Varieties
We can offer you the following Cummin varieties

  Singapore Quality : 1 to 2% Admixture (Cleaned by Machine without dust & stone)
  Europe Quality : 1% Admixture (Big seeds, Cleaned by Machine without dust & stone)
  Sortex Cleaned Quality : 99.90% (Supreme Quality Big seeds, Cleaned by Color Sortex Machine without dust & stone)

Cumin Seeds
: Specifications
Total Ash. Max Acid Insuluble ASH Flavour Moisture Salmonella Volatile Oil
9.5% 1.75% Characteristics 10% max Absent/25 Gms. Min. 2.00 ml / 100 gms
USFDA (Defect Action Level ) : Average of 9.5% or more ash and / or more acid insoluble ash.
Organic Product are 100% free from pesticide residue

Packaging Packaging

We can offer the following packaging options:

 
Type of Bags Quantity
New Multi Wall Paper Bag 50 lb/ 22.68 kg
P. P. Bag 55.12 lb / 25 kg or 110.23 lb / 50 kg
Jute Bag 110.23 lb / 50 kg
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Container Container

We can offer the following packaging options:

 
Type of Container Quantity
20 Feet 12 -13 Metric Tonne
40 Feet 26 Metric Tonne

Cumin Seed - New Crop new crop

Cumin Seed - New Crop
New Crop:
  MARCH - APRIL


Overview overview

 
Cumin Seeds: History
Cumin is native to the Levant and Upper Egypt. It now grows in most hot countries especially India, North Africa, China and the Americas. The spice is specially associated with Morocco, where it is often smelt in the abundant street cookery of the medinas. Cumin was known to the Egyptians five meillenia ago; the seeds have been found in the Old kingdon Pyramids. The Romans and the Greeks used it medicinally and cosmetically to induce a pallid complexion. In Indian recipe, cumin is frequently confused with caraway, which it resembles in appearance though not in Taste, cumin being far more powerful.


 
Cumin Seeds: Uses
Cumin is used mainly where highly spiced foods are preferred. It is an ingradient of most curry powders and many savoury spice mixtures, and is used in stews, grills-especially lamb and chicken dishes. It gives bite to plain rice, and to beans and cakes. Small amounts can be usefully used in aubergine and kidney bean dishes. Cumin is essential in spicy Mexican foods such as chile con carne, casseroled pork and enchiladas and kidney bean dishes. In middle east, it is a familiar spice for fish dishes, grills, stews and flavours couscous-semolina steamed over meat and Vegetables, national dish of Morocco.


 
Cumin Seeds: Growth Habits
A small slender glabrous herbaceous annual, of the parsley family. It usually reaches 25 cm (some varieties can be double this height) and tends to droop under its own weight. The blue-green Finest Grains -Cumin Seeds linear leaves are finely divided, and the white or pink flowers are borne in small compound Umbels.


  Climate
 
A hot climate is preferred, but it can be grown in cooler regions if started under glass in spring.
 
A sandy soil is best; when the seedlings have hardened, transplant carefully to a sunny aspect, planting out 15 cms apart.
 
The plants bloom in January - February.
  The seeds are normally ready four months after planting.
 
Cut the plants when the seeds turn to brown, thresh and dry like the other Umbelliferae.