Cumin (Jeera) is usually used both as a whole seed or ground powder in virtually any Indian curry dish, which makes it one of the most important of all Indian spices. Cumin is now grown mainly in India, Egypt, Syria, Turkey, China and parts of America.
In India, Cumin is sown in October-November and harvested in February. Fresh crop generally reaches the market during March. Unjha in Gujarat is the main trading centre for Jeera in the country.
Specification for Cumin Seeds:
Type: Machine cleaned / Sortex
Purity: 99% / 98% / 99.50% (Singapore/Europe)