Our Markets


South Market

South India is the area encompassing India's states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala as well as the Union Territories of Lakshadweep and Pondicherry, occupying 19.31% of India's area. South India is frequently referred to as the Hindu heartland of India. South India Market has a great business opportunity because over 48% of South India's population is engaged in agriculture. Over the last decade South India has grown at 8% annually.

Spices Markets

Indian Spices are known the world-over for their taste and strong aromatic flavor. India, the ‘home of spices’ produces about 5 million metric tons of spices every year. Out of the listed 86 Spices in the world, India grows 52 of them. India consumes 90% of its spice production and the balance is exported. Kerala is the richest Indian State producing a number of spices. In almost all the 28 States and 7 Union Territories, at least one Spice is grown in profusion.

The health benefits of spices are legendary. Spices and herbs are highly valued for their prolific medicinal properties since ancient times. They are considered rich sources of Calcium, Iron, Vitamin B, C, Carotene and other antioxidants and can also moderate dietary levels of fat, sugar and sodium when consumed in small proportions.

Several metabolic diseases and ageing related degenerative problems closely associated with oxidative processes in the body can be combated by spices rich in anti-oxidants.

The Capsaicin in Paprika has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. Ginger can relieve pain and swelling associated with arthritis. Curcumin in Turmeric can inhibit the growth of cancer cells. Spices act as stimuli to the digestive system.

Major Production (State Wise): Kerala, Karnataka, AP, Tamil Nadu.


The Dry Fruit Market in India is showing remarkable growth owing to the growing gift culture during various festivals and occasions along with the rising health awareness among the consumers. Consumers are becoming aware about the health benefits associated with dry fruit consumption and this is leading to its increased consumption. Moreover, the user industries of dry fruits are also growing steadily leading to its increased demand from these sectors.

This is further aided with the penetration and availability of dry fruits in different packaging formats at various retail points along with the increased disposable income amongst the consumers. All these factors are indicating towards the bright future of the Indian dry fruit industry in the coming years.

Major Production (State Wise): Kerala, Karnataka, Goa, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu



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