• Straight
      • Turmeric Powder

        Turmeric Powder

        Turmeric contains Curcumin, a bioactive compound. It has powerful antioxidant & anti-inflammatory properties and helps in lowering the risk of cancer.

        Valley Spice Turmeric Powder
      • Red Chilli Powder - Hot and Bold

        Red Chilli Powder- Hot and Bold

        Red chilli contains Capsaicin, a bioactive compound. It helps in weight management and in maintaining a healthy heart.

        Valley Spice Mild and Bright Red Chilli Powder
      • Red Chilli Powder- Mild and Bright

        Red Chilli Powder- Mild and Bright

        Red chilli contains Capsaicin, a bioactive compound. It helps in weight management and in maintaining a healthy heart.

        Valley Spice Red Chilli Powder
      • Coriander Powder

        Coriander Powder

        Coriander contains Linalool, a bioactive compound. It is known to reduce cholesterol and is an excellent diuretic.

        Valley Spice Dhania Powder
      • Cumin Powder

        Cumin Powder

        Cumin contains Cuminaldehyde, a bioactive compound. It is an excellent digestive stimulant and also helps in maintaining blood sugar levels.

        Valley Spice Cumin Powder or Jeera Powder
      • Ginger Powder

        Ginger Powder

        Ginger contains Gingerol, a bioactive compound. It helps in bringing relief from allergies, asthma & cold and also stimulates blood circulation.

        Valley Spice Haldi Powder 100g Bottle
      • Black Pepper Powder

        Black Pepper Powder

        Black pepper contains Piperine, a bioactive compound. It improves metabolic rate and enhances the bioavailability of therapeutic drugs.

        Valley Spice Black Pepper Powder
Spices Suppliers In India

The Curators of Taste and Purity - Spices Suppliers in India


The Curators of Taste and Purity - Spices Suppliers in India

Spare a thought for those who add spice to our food – and consequently to our lives. For, spices are what make Indian food popular the world over. If SoHo and Mayfair today are dotted with Indian cuisine restaurants, it’s thanks in no small measure to ‘Masalas’ or spices. These Indian joints not only cater to the NRIs but increasingly, the locals there have started taking to Indian curries and preparations. So the spices suppliers in India have a role in bringing the Indian culinary tradition to the rest of the world.


The role of spices suppliers in India

Within the country, of course, it’s tough to imagine a kitchen without a dedicated shelf to myriad varieties of spices. Every Indian homemaker is a connoisseur of spices and demands the best. On top of that, increasingly the urban working Indian couples and individuals need their spices packaged and ready to use as they are hard pressed for time. And yet, it has to be the best. The responsibility of keeping alive the fine art of curating the best and purest of spices now rests with the best spices suppliers in India, who today supply the market with the best of spices.


A long tradition

From the Mughals to the Portuguese to the British – all foreigners setting foot in India have been fascinated by the ‘masala mandis’ or spice markets of the country. The colour, the aroma and the hustle bustle of the places were fascinating for those people, some of whom were seeing those spices for the first time in their lives. They would purchase spices in bulk - to sell it in their countries. Their businesses prospered just like those of Indian traders dealing in spices had, and a thriving market was developed for these tastemakers.


A wide variety of spices in India

And boy, is it a huge responsibility! Indians love their spices. Every one’s grandmom knows the chilli pepper benefits and the friendly neighbourhood 'Bai' would be able to list medicinal value of turmeric, in case you didn’t know already. There are spices that are used all over the country like chilly powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, cumin powder and then there are others that are comparatively region specific. Some spices are used in almost everything that’s cooked in Indian kitchens while others are used only in special dishes. Some spices are grown in most parts of the country, and then there are some which are found only in certain states.


Bringing the best spices to you

The spice suppliers in India leave no stones unturned in getting the freshest of raw material, directly from the farmers and trusted sources. Companies like Valley Spice dry spices in closed facilities to avoid any exposure to bacteria and allergens. They use advanced techniques like steam sterilisation to remove all germs and foreign particles from the spices.  Finally, they process and bring the purest and most authentic spices to the consumer in recyclable and convenient packaging.

Over the centuries, Indians’ love for spices has not reduced and hence, nor has the responsibility of spices suppliers in India to source for them the best of everything - from red chilli powder to coriander powder to turmeric powder to cumin powder, and keep the flavour, aroma and taste intact in Indian food.


January 25, 2019