Cumin Seeds, Cultivation Type : Organic

  • Cultivation TypeOrganic
  • Extraneous matter2 % max
  • Immature Seed1 % to 2 % max
  • Supply Type Manufacturer, Suppliers
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  • Cultivation Type Organic
  • Purity 99% & 98% (Singapore/Europe)
  • Moisture 8 % to 10 %max
  • Immature Seed 1 % to 2 % max
  • Immature Seeds 1% Max
  • Seeds with stalks 7% Max
  • Extraneous matter 2 % max

We deal in Cumin, which is known as 'jeera' in India. It is widely used as a seasoning ingredient in Indian cuisines. It is denoted as the dried seed of 'Cuminum cyminum' and scientifically belongs to the parsley family. We are backed by rich experience, which makes us a prime Manufacturer, Exporter and Supplier of Cumin Seeds from India. We can make available these Cumin Seeds in different specifications according to requirements of the buyer.

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  • Cumin seeds are derived from the plant of cumin, herbaceous annual plant, that has slender branched stems about 30 cm tall.
  • Owing to the oil content in cumin, our range possesses natural sweetness, warm aroma and distinctive flavor.
  • These Cumin Seeds adds an earthy and warm feel to the cooked food and acts as an important ingredient in varied stews and soups due to the presence of cumin aldehyde in it


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Company Detail

  • Business Type Manufacturer / Suppliers
  • Total Number of Employees 20 - 50
  • Member Since 2008
  • Year of Establishment 2002
  • Website http://www.naturalherbalindia.com
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  • Natural Herbal
  • Rendari Road, Near Gas Godwon, Pali, Rajasthan - 306104 India
  • http://www.naturalherbalindia.com
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