Cardamom, Cloves, Vanilla, Black Pepper, Allspice, Dry Lemon, Cashew Nuts, Cinnamon from where they belong!

We deal in the following spices and pulses:


This spice gets its name from the French word “clou” which means nail, as many have remarked on how much
cloves look like nails. One of the most precious spices of the 16th and 17th century, cloves have triggered wars and expeditions...  As suppliers of cloves from Madagascar our job entails a yearly planning involving highly meticulous task of identifying the areas bearing the most "fertile" cloves in Madagascar

Native to Ceylon (Sri Lanka), true cinnamon, Cinnamomum zeylanicum, dates back in Chinese writings to 2800 B.C., and is still known as kwai in the Chinese language today. Its botanical name derives from the Hebraic and Arabic term amomon, meaning fragrant spice plant. Cinnamon has a long history both as a spice and as a medicine. There was a saying in the 15th century, "No man should die who can afford cinnamon!"

Madagascar is the World Vanilla capital and  is currently responsible for the vast majority of the world's bourbon vanilla production and about 58% of the world's total vanilla bean production.  The vanilla flower only lasts about one day, sometimes less! Therefore, farmers have to inspect their plantations every day for open flowers on the vanilla plants, a labor-intensive task.   Vanilla from Madagascar is also known as Bourbon Vanilla

Black Pepper from MadagascarBLACK PEPPER
Black pepper is native to India and are extensively cultivated there and elsewhere in tropical regions and is the worlds one of the most traded spice so much so that it has often been referred to as the "king of spices". Although South East Asia is the largest producer of black pepper, the black pepper from Madagascar prides in its aristocracy.


Producer of Cardamom in GuatemalaCARDAMOM
This spice has been used as a perfume, an aphrodisiac, a mouth freshner, a medicine ... and much more. Originally from India, at present Guatemala is the large producer in the world.  It is often referred to as the "Queen of Spices", and Grains of Paradise"

Allspice from GuatemalaALLSPICE
  • Allspice was used as a seasoning and to embalm the dead in before fifteenth century by Mayas of Latin America. The Aztecs employed allspice to sweeten and flavour their favourite chocolate drink..


Dry-Lemon-from-GuatemalaDRY LEMON
  • Black Lime (also known as Dried Lime, Loomi, Lumi, Noomi Basra, Omani, Amani and Black Lemon)is a spice used in Middle Eastern dishes. It is made by boiling fresh lime in salt water and sun drying until the insides turn black


Dry Fruits

The cashew is a tree in the family Anacardiaceae. Its English name derives from the Portuguese name for the fruit of the cashew tree, caju, which in turn derives from the indigenous Tupi name, acajú. It is now widely grown in tropical climates for its cashew nuts and cashew apples.  Being suppliers of raw cashews from Madagascar, we have to relentlessly work towards gathering the best of the cashews for exports.





This heat loving crop is believed to have first been domesticated in West Africa, but gained enormous popularity in Asia.  It is often referred to as the "
Black-eyed pea", although it is a bean.  Black-eyed beans / black-eyed peas of Madagascar purchased in bulk by India 

Red Speckled Kidney Beans from MadagascarRED SPECKLED KIDNEY BEANS

  • True to their name, these popular beans are kidney shaped and are especially good in simmered dishes where they absorb the flavors of seasonings and the other foods with which they are cooked.


Red Kidney Beans from MadagascarRED KIDNEY BEANS

  • Belonging to the Fabaceae family, Red Kidney Beans are very popular in India, China and Brazil. Because of the several minerals, vitamins, polynutrients and fiber, Red Kidney Beans have high nutritional value.