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Organic certified Mace (Myristica fragrans HOUTT) is the ground outer covering (aril) of the nutmeg seed. A piece of ungrounded

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White pepper

Organic certified  White pepper (Piper nigrum L) tastes hotter than black ,less complex, with fewer  flavour notes, marialorraine  explains on

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Turmeric and turmeric powder


Organic certified Turmeric (Curcumalonga) – comes from the root of Curcuma longa, a leafy plant related to ginger. It has

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Organic certified Cinnamon ( Cinnamomum zeylanicum) is the dried bark of various laurel trees in the cinnamomun family. Ground cinnamon

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Black peppercorns

Pepper corns

Organic certified pepper corns  (Piper nigrum L) sourced from  Gods own country got its name form the Sanskrit  Pippalinigrum, which

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Nutmug seed

Organic certified Nutmug seed (Myristicafragrans) –  is the fleshy lattice, covering of the nutmeg , which is golden brown in

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Organic certified fresh root ginger (Zingiberofficinale) – is procured from the tropical regions is a knobly rhizome with a sweet

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Organic certified Cloves(Syzygiumcaromaticum)  picked from Hilly areas of Kerala is small, dried, reddish-brown flower bud with strong, sweet aroma and

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Green Cardamom

Organic certified Green Cardamom (ElettariaCardamomum) sourced from the pristine Western  Ghats mountains  of Kerala is the seed of a tropical

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Kerala is the largest coffee producer in India, behind only Karnataka. Kerala contributes nearly 25% of India’s coffee production. Plantrich

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Herbs and Spices

We are one of the leading exporters and suppliers of spices and herbs. Plantrich takes pride in delivering the exceptional

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Most part of the world’s cocoa is grown by smallholder farmers. The cocoa farmers of Plantrich provided with full-fledged training

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Coconut isolated on white background.


Coconut plays a prominent role in the agrarian economy of Kerala. Coconut is a crop of marginal and small farmers.

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