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Spice Trade: How It Changed the World

History of the Spice Route

Spices were not only used as flavorings or food preservatives, but they were also used in religious ceremonies, cosmetics and embalming fluids, and even medicines and alternative remedies since ages (for example, cinnamon was once thought to cure the plague). This made spices highly sought after by people all over the world, and many wanted to get their hands on them at any cost. The result? The Spice Trade was born!

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Export Spices from India to Dubai

Export Spices from India

India is the largest exporter of spices in the world. The traders export spices from India as it has been growing at a rapid pace during the last few years. The demand for Indian spices has increased significantly in foreign markets like the USA, Europe, Middle East and Africa. The demand for Indian spices is on a rise due to its rich aroma and taste.

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Global Black Pepper Exports: Overview

black pepper exports

The global export of black pepper is estimated to increase at a robust CAGR of 2.7% during 2017–2022. Geographically, India and Vietnam are the two leading exporters of black pepper in the world. In 2016, these two countries accounted for nearly 60% of worldwide black pepper exports.

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Global Spice Export Data – Overview

Global Spice

India is the world’s largest producer of spices. The country produces 70 percent of the world’s ginger, turmeric, and chilies and 65 percent of its dry onions, according to the latest data from the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA).

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Buy Spices in Bulk: Procuring through our Digital Platform

Buy Spices in bulk

The global spice market is driven by the increasing popularity of Indian cuisines in Europe and North America with a growing Asian immigrant population. The growth prospects look good, however, traders may face a few procurement challenges while buying bulk spices and establishing themselves in the market.

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Indian Spices and Benefits of Procuring through Tradologie.com

Indian Spices

India is one of the leading producers of different types of herbs and spices. Did you know that pepper, cardamom, turmeric, ginger, cumin, fennel, fenugreek, tamarind, and vanilla are some of the major whole bulk spices exported from the country? The top ten destinations of Indian bulk spices in the financial markets are the US, China, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Bangladesh, Thailand, UK, UAE, Malaysia, and Sri Lanka. 

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Spice Export Business in India: Prospects and Procedure

Indian Spices

Indian spices have always been in demand due to their aroma, texture, color, and medicinal properties. The country is a major producer and exporter of spices. Out of the 109 different types of spices listed under the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), India is known to produce as many as 75 varieties. Some of the spices that are majorly exported from India include turmeric, pepper, cardamom, cumin, coriander, vanilla, and tamarind.

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Import Spices from India to USA: Overview

Indian Spice

India is the land of spices. The country comes with a wide range of climates and topography and is able to produce as many as 75 varieties out of the 109 listed by the International Organization for Standardization. Indian growers traditionally follow sustainable agricultural practices attuned to the present-day organic farming concepts.

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Prospects of Spices Exports to Egypt from India

Spices Export from India

Spices feature among the most traded agricultural commodities in the world today. It is but natural that India, which is the world’s leading producer of spices, would be holding a position of prominence in this trade. The export of spices and condiments feature significantly in the total agricultural exports from the country. As per 2017-18 estimates, India exported approximately 10.28 lakh tonnes of total spices which were around 7.98 % share of total exports.

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Indian Organic Spices – Global Market, Drivers, Size

Indian Organic Spices

Spices have been traded since ancient times and India has been at the helm of this trade. It all started with Portuguese navigator Vasco de Gama making the first sea voyage from Europe to India in 1498 and opening up trade routes. At present, India grows more than 60 different kinds of spices and produces 60 lakh MT, of which 11 percent is exported to more than 150 nations. Today, the country is the largest exporter of spices followed by Vietnam and China. The exquisite taste, aroma, texture and medicinal properties of black pepper, cardamom, cumin seed, mustard seed and fenugreek are nurtured mostly in small land holdings and organic farms in the country.
In FY 2020, the Indian organic spices market stood at 200 million dollars with an estimated CAGR of 11 percent over the next five years. This buoyant growth rate is mainly being driven by the increasing awareness among end-users about the harmful effects of chemicals, pesticides and additives on health.

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