India is also known as the House of Spices. It is the global spice market producing tonnes of spices each year. Indian spices are the finest quality in the world. Even British East India Company used to export spices in late 17th century from India. These spices are the face and identity of ancient India and the image of an abundant spice producer still enhance the name of the country. Spices can be used to produce aroma, taste and some to compliment other spices. In ancient times India used to export large quantities of spices. Today the demand for it has considerably increased from all other countries. Bahuvida Limited adds a feather to the cap of the nation and stands as one of the best among spice traders and exporters from India. Bahuvida Limited deals with all varieties of fine quality Indian spices as mentioned below:
Indian spices are the most sought-after globally, given their exquisite aroma, texture, taste and medicinal values. Apart from production India is the world's largest consumer of spices; the country produces about 75 of the 109 varieties of spices which is listed by the WHO and accounts for half of the global trading in spices. We boost of a wide range of quality spices that are organic and non-organic and whole spices which have made us a proud brand name in the global market. Among spices exporter in India, we have carved out a niche for our self and have raised the bar for export of whole spices. With our state of the art facilities and strife to use only the best raw materials, we have created benchmarks in the business of spices export, making our products hygienic and healthy.
The spices and some of other necessary products of Bahuvida Limited are Agmark and FSSAI certified for quality. They are processed and packed for market using best in business operating procedures and packing methods to provide optimum freshness and shelf life, while retaining the authenticity of flavours. Over the years Bahuvida Limited has developed a product range encompassing over 49 varieties of spices as shown in the above table. All the products from Bahuvida Limited are used, enjoyed and appreciated by a very large group of consumers across the demographic and cultural spectrum not only in India but also from overseas. We make sure that our products are not only produced with extreme care but are also packed for long lasting. The packing of our spices is done in a systematic long lasting method, so that the contents do not get spoiled and in turn the shelf life of the products is increased. Apart from quality, the style of our packaging also ensures that the shipment of the packed goods becomes easy and safe. We also boast of a wide range of packing capacities right from 5gms to 50kgs, apart from our standard sizes, we understand the value of customization and are in a position to pack according to the needs and standards of our overseas buyers.
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