We export over 15 varieties of chillies in all leading markets across the world. We have an extensive network to source them from all major chilli producing states of India which are Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Orissa, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.
India is the world’s largest producer, consumer and exporter of chillii & is the only country that caters a wider SHU and ASTA specification of a buyer. Indian chillies are available with different levels of spiciness & colours. Indian chillies have many uses including: food, confectionery, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, farm protection, paint manufacturing, liquor and others.
S4 Sannam Dried Red Chillies
The S4 Sannam variety chilli is one of the most famous types of chilli available and has a huge market worldwide. This variety is also popularly called Guntur Sannam. The demand for the S4 chilli is relatively high when compared to the other varieties since all that is produced is consumed through the annual year. It is widely used in most world cuisines like Indian, Chinese , American, European, Thai, Italian, etc for their moderate pungency and rich aroma.
S17 Teja Dried Red Chilli
he S17 Teja chilli is the most spiciest variety available in India. The red factor and the compelling taste in our food is enhanced by Teja S17. The major world cuisines like Chinese, American, Thai, Italian, Japanese and Indian use this quality to enrich the taste, colour and smell of the food. It is also used in the making of chilli powder and is rich in various vitamins and minerals.
Byadgi Dried Red Chilli
It is used widely in the Indian kitchens for various cuisines due to it’s intense red colour, good aroma moderate spice and low pungency. The oil Oleoresin extracted from them are used in the making of cosmetics like lipsticks.
|Byadgi||S4 Sannam||S17 Teja|
|Pungency : 15000 – 25000 SHU||Pungency : 18000 – 22000 SHU||Pungency : 85000 – 100000 SHU|
|Color Value : 90 – 120 ASTA||Color Value : 40 – 50 ASTA||Color Value : 60 – 80 ASTA|