Thursday, February 10, 2011

Types of Spices,Black Pepper,Capsicum,Cardamom,Celery,Chillies,Cinnamon,Coriander,Fenugreek,Garlic,Ginger,Lemon grass,Mustard,Vanilla,Turmeric

Types of Spices


There are a different types of spices being produced for their culinary, medicinal use. Spices are essentially the flavored or aromatic part of a plant used as a preservative or for food flavoring. These spices are cultivated and grown in different parts of the world depending on the climatic conditions, soil required etc. The international trade figures of almost all the spices have been rising over the past decade. India is a significant contributor to the world trade in spices and is one of the leading producers of various types of indian spices including pepper, ginger, cardamom etc.

Names of spices traded in the global market are:
1. Ajowan

2. Aniseed

3. Bay Leaf

4. Black Pepper

5. Cambodge

6. Capsicum

7. Caraway Seed

8. Cardamom

9. Cassia

10.Celery

11. Chillies

12. Cinnamon

13. Clove

14. Coriander

15. Cumin

16. Dill Seed

17. Fennel

18. Fenugreek

19. Garlic

20. Ginger

21. Lemon Grass

22. Mango Powder

23. Marjoram

24. Mustard

25. Nutmeg & Mace

26. Paprika

27. Saffron

28. Turmeric

29. Vanilla

30. White Pepper


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