Annai Paruvatham International Exports

Annai Paruvatham International Exports

Ramanathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India
Annai Paruvatham International Exports
Situated at Ramanathapuram in Ramanathapuram district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu in India, Annai Paruvatham International Exports Company is established in 2014, with a long heritage of trade in spices. What started off as a small company, is today a recognized name in the global market, producing a range of products that are exported as well as domestically consumed. These are Black Pepper, Cardamom,clove, Turmeric ,cinnamon,husked coconut, apple,cavendish banana,guava,grape red chilly,coriander more then spice product

The products from Annai Paruvatham International Spice Company confirm to the quality standards of the European Union. The taste of the spices is retained even on long storage in each product from Annai Paruvatham International Exports.

Apart from exporting various distinct products, Annai Paruvatham International Exports also undertakes private labeling for its clients.

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Hot Chilly : The fruit is eaten cooked or raw for its fiery hot flavour which is concentrated along the top of the pod. The stem end of the pod has glands which produce the capsaicin, which then flows down through the pod. Removing the seeds and inner membranes is thus effective at reducing the heat of a pod. Well-known dishes with a strong chile flavor are Mexican salsas, Tex-Mex chile con carne, and Indian vindaloos and other curries. Chile powder is a spice made of the dried ground chilies, usually of the Mexican chile ancho variety, but with small amounts of cayenne added for heat, while chili powder is composed of dried ground chile peppers, cumin, garlic and oregano. Bottled hot sauces such as Tabasco sauce are made from Tabasco chilies, similar to cayenne, which may also be fermented. Chipotles are dry, smoked red (ripe) jalapeños. Korean, Indian, Indonesian, Szechuan and Thai cuisines are particularly associated with the chile pepper, although


Spice-Cinnamon : Cinnamon bark is widely used as a spice. It is principally employed in cookery as a condiment and flavouring material, being largely used in the preparation of some kinds of desserts, chocolate and spicy candies and liqueurs. In the Middle East, it is often used in savoury dishes of chicken and lamb. In the United States, cinnamon and sugar are often used to flavour cereals, bread-based dishes, and fruits, especially apples; a cinnamon-sugar mixture is even sold separately for such purposes. Cinnamon can also be used in pickling. In medicine it acts like other volatile oils and once had a reputation as a cure for colds. It has also been used to treat diarrhea and other problems of the digestive system. Cinnamon is high in antioxidant activity (PMID 16190627, PMID 10077878). The essential oil of cinnamon also has antimicrobial properties (PMID 16104824). This property may allow cinnamon to extend the shelf life of foods. In the media, "cinnamon" has been reported to have


Spice-Clove : Cloves can be used in cooking either whole or in a ground form, but as they are extremely strong they are used sparingly. The spice is used throughout Europe and Asia and is smoked in a type of locally known as kretek in Indonesia and in occasional coffee bars in the West, mixed with to create spliffs (joints). Cloves are also an important incense material in Chinese and Japanese culture. Clove essential oil is used in aromatherapy and oil of cloves is widely used to treat toothache in dental emergencies. Cloves have historically been used in Indian cuisine (both North Indian and South Indian). In the north indian cuisine, it is used in almost every sauce or side dish made, mostly ground up along with other spices. They are also a key ingredient in chai tea along with green cardamoms. In the south indian cuisine, it finds extensive use in the biryani dish (similar to the pilaf, but with the addition of local spice taste), and is normally added


Spice-Pepper : Pepper from Piper Nigrum is one of the oldest and world's most important spice. Black pepper is the dried fruit of Piper nigrum L. Native of Malabar coast of South Western India; pepper is also called the King of Spices. Pepper is used in certain tonic and rubefacient preparations and also used as flavour ingredient in most major food products including non alcoholic beverages, candies, baked foods, meat and meat products, Cheese, Condiments and relishes. The fruits are acrid, bitter, carminative, aphrodisiac, diuretic, digestive and stimulant. They are useful for arthritis, asthma, fever, cough, dysentery, dyspepsia and flatulence. Black Pepper's aromatic, slightly musty odour. Comes from the volatile oil found largely in the flesh and skin and its pungent bite comes from the alkaloids and resins found mostly in seeds. The Oil goes into perfumes and flavouring. The scaring substance has served many purposes. They have been used as carminative, reducing stomach


Spice -Cardamom : All the different cardamom species and varieties are used mainly as cooking spices and as medicines. In general, Elettaria subulatum (the usual type of cardamom) is used as a spice, a masticatory, and in medicine; it is also sometimes smoked; it is used as a food plant by the larva of the moth Endoclita hosei. Amomum is used as an ingredient in traditional systems of medicine in China, India, Korea, and Vietnam. Can be used as a traditional flavouring to Turkish coffee. Uses in cuisines around the world Cardamom has a strong, unique taste, with an intensely aromatic fragrance. It is often used in baking in Scandinavia. One of the most expensive spices by weight, little is needed to impart the flavour. Cardamom is best stored in pod form, because once the seeds are exposed or ground, they quickly lose their flavour. However, high-quality ground cardamom is often more readily (and cheaply) available, and is an acceptable


Company Facts

Business Type : Manufacturer / Exporters / Service Providers / Wholesale Suppliers
Year of Estd : 2014
Company Turnover : Rs. 0.5 to 2.5 Crore Approx.
No. of Employee : 20 - 50
Ownership : Individual (Sole proprietorship)



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Tharanivel M.

Annai Paruvatham Home, No .39/20c Railway Station Road, Velipattinam, Ramanthapuram-dist, Ramanathapuram, Tamil Nadu - 623404, India

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