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Premix Tea - "Sugarlif" Lemon-Ginger Tea

A Healthy alternate made with Low GI "Sugarlif" sugar

"Sugarlif" Lemon Ginger Tea is made by blending "Sugarlif" sugar, natural extract of Ginger and Lemon along with fine tea to give a unique taste. It gives you many health benefits with a pleasant aroma.

 

From ancient times, Ginger is being used for its medicinal values. Lemon, known for its vitamin-C value and also being an anti-oxidant, prevents growth of cancer cells and strengthens immunity.

 

It's a well-known fact that all sweeteners have side-effects. "Sugarlif" sugar with its low GI properties neutralises side effects of fructose and other toxins. Thus "Sugarlif" Lemon GingerTea is world's first Low GI Health Tea.

 

Other Health Benefits of "Sugarlif" Lemon Ginger Tea:

  • Boost your immune system
  • Relief from Nausea and Indigestion
  • Lower the effects of Diabeties by regulating blood sugar levels
  • Suitable Drink for weight loss.
  • Soothes pain, menstrual cramps, headache and inflammation.
  • Good for Skin and Hair growth.

"Sugarlif" Mint-Ginger Tea

A Healthy alternate made with Low GI "Sugarlif" sugar

The "Sugarlif" Mint-Ginger Tea has a stimulating taste with high nourishing value. As per ancient Indian medicine, both Ginger and mint have several health benefits. It is considered a natural remedy for several illnesses. When blended with fine tea, it rejuvenates the body and mind. The tea is effective at eliminating cancer causing cells, helps with digestion, reduces stress and is also safe for diabetics.

 

"Sugarlif Mint-Ginger Tea can also be consumed by diabetics to help regulate their blood sugar level. "Sugarlif Mint-Ginger Tea increases the body's metabolism. "Sugarlif Mint-Ginger Tea has natural minerals in both ginger and mint. The tea is good source of potassium, which is essential for monitoring blood pressure and prevention of paralysis stroke.

 

It's a well-known fact that all sweeteners have side-effects. "Sugarlif" sugar with its low GI properties neutralises side effects of fructose and other toxins. Thus "Sugarlif Mint-Ginger Tea is among the world's first Low GI Health Tea.

 

Other Benefits of "Sugarlif" Ginger Mint Premixed Tea

  • Good for treating cold and flu like symptoms
  • Improves Digestion
  • Reduces nausea and vomiting
  • Improves bowel movement

"Sugarlif" Cardamom (Elachi)-Ginger Tea

A Healthy alternate made with Low GI "Sugarlif" sugar

"SugaRlif" Cardamom (Elachi) Ginger Tea is made by blending "SugaRlif" sugar with natural extract of Cardamom and Ginger along with fine tea to give you a pleasing aroma and health benefits. "SugaRlif" Cardamom Ginger tea due to the presence of Cardamom and Ginger helps in digestion, and strengthens the immunity and help body in detoxification.

 

It's a well-known fact that all sweeteners have side-effects. "SugaRlif" sugar with its low GI properties neutralises side effects of fructose and other toxins. Thus "SugaRlif" Cardamom GingerTea is world's first Low GI Health Tea.

 

Other benefits of "SugaRlif" Cardamom Ginger Tea

  • Congestion Relief of throat
  • Lessensbad breath
  • Lowers the effect of Diabetes by regulating blood sugar levels.
  • Controls Lipid Levels
  • Acts as Anti-Depressant
  • Helps in Urinary Disorders

 

 

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Dry Red Chilli

Botanical Name: Capsicum annuum L
Family: Solanaceae
Harvesting Season: January, February, March, October, November, December

Chilli is considered to be the king of spices. India is the world′s largest producer, consumer and exporter of chillies in the world. India also has the largest area under chilli cultivation in the world.

Chillies are the most common spice cultivated in India. From ancient times, India has maintained its top position as the largest manufacturer and exporter of spices in the world. India is the international leader in spices accounting for almost 50% of the world market. Dry red chilli is amongst the largest traded spices in India & abroad.

With branch offices in all the major chilli growing regions of India, we are comfortably placed to cater to the specific demands of our customers. Besides, this also enables us to have timely knowledge of the new varieties of chillies and changing crop patterns and conditions which is very important in India owing to vagaries in our largely monsoon dependent crop.

We offer dried chillies with stem and without stem that are hand-picked, graded and sorted to give a clean and hygienic product. The packaging is done as per customer specifications in a hygienic environment. If a customer is seeking a variety that has a specific size, shape or colour we are uniquely qualified to locate the right variety that meets those specifications. We can provide fancy chillies for bottling, extraction grade chillies or regular chillies for grinding purposes.

Our expertise in chillies is unmatched in the trade. Our extensive experience in the chilli trade, indepth knowledge various chilli varieties, cultivation conditions, etc., gives us an unparalleled advantage. Our procurement centres and cold storage warehouses are located right in heart of the major chilli markets in the country, namely Gunter, Khammam, Warangal and Byadgi.

Varieties of Dry Red Chilli

  • S-4
  • S-9
  • S-10
  • S-12
  • S-17
  • S-273
  • Micro
  • Teja
  • Sannam
  • Byadgi
  • 668
  • Wrinkle
  • Wonder-hot
  • Bhut Jolokia
  • Mundu
  • Endo
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Cumin Seeds

Botanical Name: Cuminum cyminum L
Family: Umbelliferae
Harvesting Season: February to March

Cumin is a crucial ingredient in several world cuisines. It has a unique and potent flavor crucial to Indian curries, where cumin seeds are often roasted before grinding to impart a toasted, nutty flavor.

As a seed spice, cumin is widely used for its medicinal properties and is popular for these characteristics in India and many other Asian countries. Cumin seeds are used to add a unique spicy flavour to several cuisines across the world.

We are prominent manufacturer and exporters of cumin seeds from India. We export Cumin Seeds Singapore Quality and Cumin Seeds Europe Quality

Catering to the specific requirements of customers, we can also supply ETO treated Cumin Seeds.

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Fennel Seeds

Botanical Name: Foeniculum Vulgare
Family: Apiaceae(Umbelliferae)
Harvesting Season: February to March

Fennel is an aromatic herb belonging to the parsley family. It is used as a spice and possesses a sweet taste that is similar to anise. It is an essential ingredient in the Mediterranean cuisine but is consumed well in all of the European regions.

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Fennel Seeds

Botanical Name: Trigonella foenum-graecum L
Family: Leguminosae
Harvesting Season: Feb, Mar

Fenugreek seeds, popularly known as Methi in India, are Cuboid-shaped, yellow-to amber-colored seeds frequently encountered in the cuisines of the Indian Subcontinent and many parts of the world. Fenugreek seeds are high demand for the numerous health benefits they offer.

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Black Mustard Seeds

Botanical Name: Brassica alba L,B. nigra K and B.Juncea L
Family: Cruciferae
Harvesting Season: Feb - Apr

Black mustard seeds are tiny little strong flavored seeds used most commonly in Indian cooking. They are the most pungent of all mustard seeds. Mustard seed is a rich source of oil and protein. The seed has oil as high as 46-48% and whole seed meal has 43.6% protein.

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Yellow Mustard Seeds

Botanical Name: Brassica alba L,B. nigra K and B.Juncea L
Family: Cruciferae
Harvesting Season: Feb - Apr

Mustard seeds are about 3 mm in diameter, and may be colored from yellowish to blaclish yellow. White mustard seeds, which are actually yellow in color, are mild and are the ones used to make American yellow mustard.

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Dill Seeds

Botanical Name: Anethum graveolens L
Family: Umbelliferae
Harvesting Season: Nov, Dec

Dill originated with an area around the Meditteranean and South of russia.Although several twigs of dill were found in the tomb of amenhotep II,they report that the earliest archeological evidence for its cultivation comes from late Neolithis lake shore settlements in Switzerland.

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Dill Seeds

Botanical Name: Anethum graveolens L
Family: Umbelliferae
Harvesting Season: Nov, Dec

Dill originated with an area around the Meditteranean and South of russia.Although several twigs of dill were found in the tomb of amenhotep II,they report that the earliest archeological evidence for its cultivation comes from late Neolithis lake shore settlements in Switzerland.

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Black Pepper

Botanical Name: Piper nigrum
Family: Piperaceae
Harvesting Season: Dec to Jan

Black Pepper is a flowering vine,cultivated for its fruit,which is usually dried and user as a spice and seasoning.Black Pepper is native to India and is extensively cultivated there and elsewhere in tropical regions.

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Turmeric

Botanical Name: Curcuma Longa
Family: Zingiberaceae
Harvesting Season: Feb, Mar

Turmeric is the dried root of curcuma Longa. It has a tough brown skin and bright orange flesh. It is a major ingredient in curry powder, what makes the curry yellow. Turmeric contains bioactive compounds with powerful medicinal properties.