|Acid Insoluble Ash||1.25% max|
|Purity||98% and 99%|
|Packaging Type||PP Bags|
|Moisture (%)||10% max|
|Pack Size||25-50 kg|
is known as Sounff or Variyali in India. Fennel Seeds is the dried ripe fruit of a perennial aromatic herbaceous plant, which grows in mild climates. Approximately 1/4 to 1/2 inches, long and have a green food color. They are Oblong, elliptical, straight & slightly curved with prominent ridges. It smells like amuse and tastes similar. It has a slight note of camphor. It has long been used in India & China for its medicinal value, yet it is believed and proved to be a multipurpose usage spice. In India consumption of Fennel seed increases in the month of March to June. These days are generally hot, and Fennel seeds contain cool and refresher taste. Indians have a Royal choice of having Sarbat of Fennel seeds which helps to bear, unbearable hot climate. Well known as Sauff. Indian Fennel is used in food, medicines, liquors, perfumery, also exported in the form including seeds, powder & volatile oil. Fennel is grown largely in Gujarat, Rajasthan & Uttar Pradesh. Growing season is During August and December. India being the world largest producer of fennel seeds dominates in the world market with major export markets at USA, Singapore, UK, UAE, Sri lank, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia & Japan.Features:
- Excellent aroma
- Free from contaminants
- Fennel seeds use and benefits :
- Fennel seeds have many health benefiting nutrients, compounds, anti-oxidants, minerals and vitamins that are known to help prevent and treat disease.
- Fennel seeds contain a good amount of dietary fiber that is essential for the body. The fiber content helps improve digestion in the body, by facilitating timely breaking down of food molecules that make energy reactions possible.
- The carcinogenic diseases should be treated at the right stage so that their effect can be curbed or eliminated in the future. This is made possible by the anti-oxidant capabilities of the fennel seeds.
- Another effect of prevention of free radical reactions by fennel seeds – Neurological diseases is helpfully kept at bay.
- A number of volatile oil compounds like myrcene, fenchone, chavicol, cineole are present in these seeds that assist in digestive, carminative, and antioxidant reactions in the body.
- They are a commonly used ingredient in the Italian sausages and also in rye balls and meat breads.
- In India, they have acquired a special significance as they are used in in many Indian cuisines like the Bengali or the Oriya mixture 'panch phoron'.
- Roasted fennel seeds are consumed after a heavy meal as they help in the proper digestion of the food.