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Dill Seed

Dill seeds are originated in Central Asia. It is however is also grown in large quantity in Egypt and Mediterranean countries or Eastern Europe. It is also getting popular in North America. It’s related species Sowa is grown in India whose fruits are larger but less fragrant.

India and Pakistan are the major dill production areas, Egypt, Fiji, Mexico, Netherland, United States, England, Hungary are other commercially productive areas, making small contributions to the world production.

Dill is an annual herb native to the Central Asia, it is also widely grown in Europe and Northern Africa for its culinary and medicinal use. Dill weed, dried leaves of the same plant is also used for flavoring. It is milder in taste when compared to dill seed.
  • Botanical Name : Anethum Graveolens
  • English Name : Dill seeds
  • Hindi Name : Soa
  • Family Name : Apiaceae

Dill Seed Uses
Fresh and dried dill leaves (sometimes called "dill weed" to distinguish it from dill seed) are used as herbs, mainly in Sweden, the Baltic, in Russia, and in central Asia. Dill seed is used as a spice, with a flavor somewhat similar to caraway but also resembling that of fresh or dried dill weed. Dill seeds were traditionally used to soothe the stomach after meals. Dill oil can be extracted from the leaves, stems and seeds of the plant.

Ajwain Seed

Ajwain is a popular spice throughout india. It used in savory snacks like farsan. Ajwain seeds are found in most indian households due to their medicinal properties. Ajwain is considered to be an effective medicine for treating indigestion ajwain goes well with fish and curries. It has a strong aroma when crushed. Otherwise, the seeds have little aroma. It has hot taste and burning feeling on the tongue.
  • Botanical Name : Trachyspermum Ammi
  • English Name : Trachyspermum Ammi
  • Hindi Name : Ajwain
  • Family Name : Umbelliferae

Ajowain Seeds are used as a spice. It is occasionally an ingredient of curry powder.


It has a strong, pungent and unique taste with an intense aroma. Its two varieties are very widely used. Black cardamom has a distinct aroma and is used to enhance the flavor of the dishes. It is the most common ingredient in indian cooking. It is a very cheap spice and is available in abundance. We provide whole cardamom in tightly packed pouches to restore the original aroma and also to preserve the original astringent taste which is its specialty.

Types of cardamom that we have are as follows -
  • Small cardamom
  • Large cardamom
  • Botanical Name : Elettaria cardamomum Maton
  • English Name : Cardmom
  • Hindi Name : Elaichi
  • Varieties : Ardmom

India, a traditional exporter of cardamom to the Middle East countries where it goes mostly into the preparation of ‘Gahwa’ – a strong cardamom – coffee concoction . Indian cardamom enjoys a premium preference in the Middle East, Japanese and Russians who relish it for its distinct enriching properties.

It can add a lingering sparkle to every kind of dishes both traditional and modern. In Scandinavian countries it is used in baked goods and confectionaries. In Europe and North America it is an ingredient in curry powder and in some sausages products.

Celery Seed

Celery seeds are tiny (more than a million of them comprise just two pounds), but their pungent flavor and penetrating aroma pack a powerful punch. As a result, ancient Greeks and Romans once considered them an aphrodisiac.

It is valuable in weight-loss diets. The common belief is that celery yields negative calories because it is very difficult for humans to digest. Ground celery seeds are a great source of calcium. Ancient ayurveda used celery seeds to treat colds, flu, water retention, poor digestion and various types of arthritis.

Celery from Grover
Celery from Grover is cultivated in rich moist soil, with controlled exposure to sunlight. Deep trenches help to avoid blanching on account of direct sunlight. It takes a long time to grow and gets tender loving care right till and during harvest. Grover Sons are the first to export SORTEX cleaned celery from India.

  • Odour and flavour : Subtle flavour. No mustiness or rancidity.
  • Colour : Green to light brown.
  • Extraneous matter : All matter from the specific plant other than the required part. The total content of this extraneous matter shall not exceed 1%.
  • Country of origin : India
  • Packaging : 12.5 kg, 25 kg & 50 lbs paper/poly bags.
  • Labelling : As per buyer's requirement.
  • Shelf life : 1 year from production date.
  • GMO Status : Not genetically modified.
  • Storage condition : Cool and dry (<20C).

The volatile oil of celery is used in making of perfumes and in pharmaceutical industries. Also, all parts of a celery plant are edible and usable including the root.

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