Cumin Powder manufacturer and exporter in India

Spices are the soul of Indian cuisine and cumin is one of the oldest spices. Cumin is a vital ingredient in many culinary styles. The bittersweet smoky flavor is infused with earthy fragrance. It is an essential addition in curry powders and spice blends. Though the spice is native to southwest Asia it is quite popular in other parts of the world.

Cumin is used whole or powder in cooking. Cumin powder has a distinctive aroma and flavor that is used for flavoring in different cuisines. Cumin powder is called Jeera powder in Hindi. The premium quality OJYA cumin powder is made from curated golden harvest. Spice up an extra taste and aroma to the dishes with a pinch of the seasoning.

The traditional Persian, Mexican, Latin American, Indian, and North African food use this flavorful spice. Cumin powder spice blend is used in meat, fish, and variety of savory recipes.

Uses Of Cumin Powder

Season street snacks with cumin powder and finish summer drinks. The powder adds a nutty flavor to the delicacies for the restaurant style taste. Leyden cheese from the Netherlands includes cumin. The spice blend powder gives flavor to the breads from France.

Cumin powder has a cosmetic benefit. You can add it to your face pack or hair oil. The powder has anti-aging properties and hence this face pack reduces the wrinkles.

Consume refreshing cumin tea before going to bed for a good sleep. Prepare the concoction of fine cumin powder by Ojya and boiling hot water. Let it sit for 5 minutes before drinking. It is also a good remedy for weight loss.

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Packaging for Cumin Powder

Syria, Mexico, India, China, and Iran are producers of cumin. The cumin seeds at Ojya come from stretches of eastern India. Ojya package cumin powder in 50 gram, 100 gram, and 1 kg jars.

Benefits of Cumin Powder

There are many surprising facts associated with the uses of cumin

  • Cumin is related to love and commitment. Earlier the guests used to carry cumin seeds in their pockets while attending a wedding. It was an auspicious gesture to send a soldier husband on war with cumin bread.
  • Ground cumin powder mixed with honey and pepper is an aphrodisiac.
  • According to the Bible, cumin was offering to the priests.
  • India consumes about 63% of total cumin produce.
  • Ancient Egyptians smear cumin powder paste to preserve mummy.

The therapeutic value of the spice affirms cumin’s versatility. It possesses anti-oxidants, vit-A, E, B and C, minerals, digestive, and carminative nature. Thus, the magical ingredient of spice rack helps to manage stress, BP, heart rate; and alleviates asthma, bronchitis, diabetes, and cancer.

The deep flavors of cumin powder go well in rice dishes, barbecue sauce, black beans, and lentils.

The spice is grown under tropical or sub-tropical climatic condition. Cumin seeds are graded on the basis of the amount of oil, seed shading, and flavoring.  After harvesting cumin seeds they are dry roasted and ground in the grinder. They are processed and packaged under austere administration. This ensures purity, freshness, and tastefulness.

Proper storage under controlled condition keeps the powder fresh up to 6 months.

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