Top 8 Spices Brand in India That Add Taste to Every Food -

Top 8 Spices Brand in India That Add Taste to Every Food

It is quite evident now that Indian spices are flavorsome, have a rich taste, and are essential ingredients in not only Indian cuisines but also other cuisines of the world. They are more valued for their nutritional and medicinal values, rooted deep in Ayurveda. Here are the top 8 spices brands in India.

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Benefits of commonly used Indian Spices 

ASAFOETIDA (HING)

This is the hardened resin from the root of a plant. In its raw state, it is extremely pungent with a garlicky sulfur smell. However, when heated in oil, the aroma dies down and the taste improves tremendously giving it a leek/onion flavour. This is a flavouring agent that helps in digestion, aids in respiratory disorders such as bronchitis, asthma and cough. It is also useful for excessive menstruation and pain. 

CARDAMOM (ELAICHI) 

Cardamom is very aromatic and gives a wonderful clean, sweet and lemony flavour. The seeds, oils and extracts of cardamom are thought to have impressive medicinal properties and have been used in traditional medicine for centuries. Its antioxidant and diuretic Properties lowers Blood Pressure. It contains cancer-fighting compounds. It protects from chronic diseases, thanks to anti-inflammatory effects. It treats bad breath and prevents cavities. 

CINNAMON (DALCHINI)

Cinnamon is mainly used in savoury dishes for its warm sweet flavour. It has anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. The antioxidants in cinnamon have been found to have anti-inflammatory effects to protect the body from diseases. Its prebiotic properties may improve gut health. It reduces blood pressure. It lowers blood sugar and risk of type 2 diabetes. 

CLOVES (LAVANG)

Found in both whole and ground forms, this versatile spice can be used to season pot roasts, add flavor to hot beverages, and bring spicy warmth to cookies and cakes. Cloves are rich in antioxidants that reduce oxidative stress, which can contribute to the development of chronic disease. It protects against cancer. Cloves have been shown to have antimicrobial properties, meaning they can help stop the growth of microorganisms like bacteria. Studies show that the beneficial compounds in cloves could help promote liver health.

FENNEL (SAUNF)

These seeds are warm, aromatic and have a liquorice-like flavour. The vitamin and mineral content in fennel contributes to building and maintaining bone structure and strength. It helps maintain blood pressure, health heart, immunity, metabolism, digestion and regularity of body. 

CURRY LEAVES (KARI PATTA)

These have an earthy curry and citrus flavour with a mild bitter after taste. It helps in weight loss, treating dysentery, constipation and diarrhea. It is extremely good for eyesight. 

GINGER (ADARAK)

Ginger is ubiquitous in Indian cuisine. It adds a clean, pungent and spicy flavour to any dish. Ginger has a very long history of use in various forms of traditional and alternative medicine. It’s been used to aid digestion, reduce nausea, and help fight the flu and common cold, to name a few of its purposes. 

INDIAN BAY LEAF (TEJ PATTA)

 Bay leaves are a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin C, iron, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. They have been proven to be useful in the treatment of migraines. Bay Leaf contains enzymes that help to breakdown proteins and digest food faster, helping to calm indigestion. 

SAFFRON (KESAR)

Delicate saffron threads are the most expensive spice in the world. They add a saffron colour to food. Saffron contains an impressive variety of plant compounds that act as antioxidants — molecules that protect your cells against free radicals and oxidative stress. It is set to improve mood and treat depressive symptoms.

NUTMEG (JAIPHAL)

It has anti-bacterial properties that help to fight tooth decay. It improves memory and releases tension in muscles.

BLACK PEPPER

It increases the production of hydrochloric acid. It has anti-bacterial properties and reduces blood pressure.

Top Spices Brands 

  1. Everest

Everest is India’s No. 1 spice brand as per A.C.Nielsen (Independent Research Agency). They offer a wide range of 45 variety of spices (whole spices and blends) with fifty-two years of dedication to maintain the same standards of purity, freshness and authenticity in every pack, getting their aroma and flavor, consistently right. Everest has melted borders reaching homes of all non-resident Indians and Indian kitchens of all restaurants in more than 58 countries. The success of Everest has reaped several rewards. It has been the proud recipient of the Super brand status five times in succession – 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012 and 2015; it has also won the Consumer Reaction award instituted by the Bharti Vidyapeeth Institute of Management Studies and Research and DNA twice in both 2004 and 2005.

  1. Catch

The Catch brand came into existence in 1987 with the launch of Catch Sprinklers, which offered table-top Salt and Pepper dispensers with a rotary top. For the first time, Indian consumers were introduced to a modern and efficient experience in garnishing their meals. The success of Catch Sprinklers in the Indian markets encouraged Catch Spices to launch more variants in the following years. By 2001, Catch expanded its product range and entered kitchen spices maintaining the highest quality standards. With a presence of nearly three decades in India, Catch Spices is today a household name and synonymous with and quality innovation. Today, the Catch brand offers an enviable range of whole, pure and blended spices, sprinklers for Indian dishes and international cuisine.

  1. MDH 

MDH Today has a range of 62 products available in over 150 different packages, designed to cater to the varied needs of consumers all over the world. It has set up five state-of-the-art plants for meeting the ever growing demand. The company procures raw material directly from the centers of produce to maintain uniform taste and quality. Starting with manually ground spices, MDH soon switched over to automatic machines to meet the fast growing demand for MDH Spices. So much so today spices worth crores of rupees are manufactured and packed by modern machines and sold throughout India and abroad through a network of over 1000 Stockists and over 4 Lacs retail dealers. These machines now have a capacity of producing 30 tones of spices in powders packed in beautiful consumer pack of different sizes (10g to 500g) in a day.

  1. Mother’s Recipe 

Desai Foods Private limited owns the brands like Mother’s Recipe, Elmac, Spread On & Dabee. The versatility of their product range consists of Indian Pickles, Spices, Chutneys, Papadams, Cooking Pastes, Curry Powders, Ready to Cook products, Indian Meals, Ready to Eat products (Canned & Retort packing), Chutneys, Canned Vegetables, Mango Pulp. To meet the ever increasing demand of spices all over the country, they established 3 state of the art manufacturing facilities – in Pune, Kolkata & in Bharoda. They also have a strong presence in international markets like the Middle East, South East Asia, Australia, UK, Canada & the US. A testament of their success lies in the fact that their products are exported to more than 45 countries. Mother’s Recipe products have won a multitude of awards like the Consumer Voice Award, the Superbrand Award 2015 & Product of the Year award 2016 for product innovation. We have also been accorded the ‘Two Star Export House’ status by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India. 

  1. Virgo Foods

Established in 2004, founder of Virgo Foods, Mr Maanoj Thakker provided solution to Hotels, Restaurants, Caterers, Quick Service and Fast Food chains by providing them in portion pack Sachets of White Sugar, Brown Sugar, Oregano Seasoning, Chilli Flakes, Salt and Black Pepper. Virgo Foods was established in 2004 with a vision to make the lives of hoteliers, restaurant owners homemakers easy and went on to become the leading manufacturer in the category of spices. With a rich experience in manufacturing, they launched Virgo Retail Products in 2019, with vision to provide homemakers the taste of Hotels and restaurants. They are now leaders in trading wide range of products like Herbs, Seasoning, Nuts, Seeds, Speciality Sugars, Spices, Dehyderated spices, Baking Essentials and Cooking Ingredients. 

  1. Pushp

Pushp is known for its undivided and obsessive attention to procuring raw material for the products for purity in taste that is a privilege for a majority of Indian households. A deliberate effort is made to craft these products without the presence of artificial colours and preservatives. The specialty of their products is that they are 100& vegetarian products manufactured through fully automated plant and packaged in a fully hygienic environment. Their manufacturing plant has a present capacity of 200 metric tonnes of production every single day and is spread over an elaborate 2,15,000 square feet!

  1. Nilon 

Nilon was founded in 1962 with an aspiration to add flavour to the lives of Indian customers, ensuring nutritious and delicious top-quality products across the country. Today, Nilon is one of India’s fastest growing processed food companies with an extensive range of quality products. 

  1. Ramdev 

This brand produces exotic and authentic masalas. It started its operations in 1965 in Ahmedabad, India. Ramdev sells pure and fresh spices all over India. These spices are used by millions of homes worldwide.

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