Turmeric

Turmeric Exporter in Kerala, India

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The Indian legacy of turmeric export business began with spice exports, and Kerala has remained the cradle of the spice culture. Being one of the leading turmeric exporters of Kerala, India, Bosorganics gives importance to the quality of turmeric that we export. The rhizome best grows in hilly yet warm and humid regions, making Kerala one of the most practical production areas of best quality turmeric. Our farmers are given expert training on sustainable agriculture and organic farming methods and techniques. This ensures that we have the best organic produce and the farmers have a better profit margin. They use methods and standards unparalleled by rivals and approved by the United States Department of Agriculture. The spice thus grown is collected directly from the farmers minimizing the exploitation and protecting their interests. The harvest is processed, graded and sorted by hand and exported according to the requirement. We export both fresh and dry turmeric from Kerala, India as per the order. Our turmeric export sizes and delivery is made very flexible to maintain a very healthy and happy customer relationship.
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Product Description

Turmeric (Curcumin Longa) is a flowering plant of ginger family native to Southern Asia where it has been produced for over 5000 years. Curcumin being the active ingredient and other bioactive compounds found in turmeric gives it a wide range of therapeutic effects. It’s a potent anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-carcinogen. Turmeric is also believed to improve brain function and lower the risk of brain and heart diseases. It also helps arthritis patients, works against depression and delays aging and age-related diseases. It is widely used as a bright yellow-orange cooking spice with a mild aroma and a pungent bitter flavor. It is one of the inevitable parts of the Asian spice palette. Ever since time immemorial, turmeric is known for its cosmetic use. It improves skin features and reduces hair growth on the body. The list of its uses is endless. Depending on the variety, turmeric is ready for harvest within 7-9 months of sowing. Once ready, stems are cut an inch above the rhizomes (underground stem). The finger rhizomes are then separated from the mother rhizome and cured to extract turmeric. The traditional method of curing involves boiling the finger rhizomes in water and drying in the sun for 10 to 15 days.

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The stage at which the boiling stops and the conditions of drying highly influence the color and aroma of the final product. Keeping a close watch on these processes enables us to deliver the best quality product. Indian turmeric is very high in its curcumin content, hence considered as the best quality turmeric for exporting and is on very high demand. India wholly dominates the world production scenario contributing to approximately 80% of the world’s production of turmeric and about 60% of the world’s turmeric exports. Turmeric occupies about 6% of the total area under spices cultivation in India. There are many high-quality varieties of turmeric native to India which is on-demand worldwide.

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Ahsan – April 01, 2016:

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