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Locally sourced and processed, Chukde Ajwain is 100% Sulphur-free, unadulterated and the safest in the Indian market.
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Ajwain or Carom Seeds are actually seed-like fruits, belong to the same family of plants as cumin, fennel, and coriander. Also popularly known as Bishop's Weed, Ajwain is believed to have originated in Persia and Turkey, from where it spread to India.
The Ajwain is also widely produced in the Middle East and North Africa. The plant and the fruit both have been used for cooking and medicinal purposes since ancient times.
Ajwain has thymol in it, an essential oil that is prevalent in thyme. While it emits similar earthy notes to thyme, it is more bitter and pungent in taste, which can be quite overwhelming.
Because of the overpowering flavor of Ajwain, it is used in small quantities and is mostly cooked to manage its bitterness. In India, it is mainly used in bakery products or savouries like mathri, samosas, and paranthas. It is also used in tempering for dals and dry veg preparations like potato bhaaji.
We get all our spices from the most authentic sources, working closely with local farms and following ethical practices.
Our spices go through 27 chemical and microbial tests before entering the processing unit.
All the chosen spices then go under a 7-day fumigation process to further get rid of any unwanted substances.
The spices are further cleaned and sorted with state-of-the-art machinery which includes Clean O Grader, De Stoner, Gravity Separator, Rare Earth Magnets, and Color Sorter.
We go a step further in our safety measures and clean and sort the spices manually, picking what the machines might have missed.
All our spices pass through ETO Sterilization Plant which controls the microbial load in the spices before packing them.
We then pack and seal the freshness and flavors of the safest spices of India.
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