SHIVA SPICE WORLD
A PROMISE OF PURITY AND PERFECTION
At SHIVA SPICE WORLD, We provide every Spice, from red chili to turmeric, from cumin powder to coriander powder. Along with it we offer spices in different forms like whole, powdered, crushed, ground and mixed spices.
SHIVA SPICE WORLD is one of the best spice manufacturing companies in India. Timely delivery is our commitment and we always make sure that no order goes unattended.
We provide all kinds of packing. Offer for brand packing is also entertained. We pack spices as per the country’s norms and your specifications. We manufacture Spices for many wholesalers with private labeling.Read More
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Turmeric is herbaceous plant that grows one meter tall. Rhizomes are found highly branched, cylindrical, aromatic and yellow to orange in color. Its shining yellow color has got it fame as golden spice.
In Ayurveda turmeric is called Haridra and used as a medicine and praised because of its anti inflammatory benefits. It is used not only Ayurveda but also Sidhdha medicine, traditional Chinese medicine.
Chilly Flakes should be sprinkled over or you can mix them into uncountable dishes. Chilly flakes are the best metabolism booster that promotes your health.
Chilli is prepared and used in various ways. Chilli is called as red pepper, pimento, sweet pepper, paprika, cayenne pepper and capsicum. Chilli has too many varieties in size, shape and color. Chiilli owns three stages – high pungent, medium pungent and flavorsome but non pungent.
Cumin, a flowering plant is from the Apiaceae family. It has an earthly, aromatic, and warming aroma. It is native to the Middle East and India. India and China are the main producers of Cumin. It is sown from October to December and harvested from February in India.
Fennel is a hardy herb. The plant fennel is green that grows up to 8 feet tall. It is erect with hollow steam and 16 inch long feathery leaves and yellow flowers. India produces more than half of the world’s output of fennel.