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 Produces over 46 Lakhs M.T of Spices
 Exports around 175 Spices / Spice Products
 Exports Spices to over 160 Countries
 1500 Registered Exporters
 350 Manufacturer Exporters
 100 Exporters (7%) Contribute Over 80% of
 98 Units have In-house Laboratories
 58 Spice House Certificate Holders
• Spices exports have registered substantial growth
during the last one decade.
• It has increased from 2,03,398 tonnes valued
US $ 241million in 1995-96 to 3,50,363 tonnes
valued US $ 593 million in 2005-06.
• Registering an annual average growth rate of
9.4% in value terms.
• During the year 2006-07, the spices export from India
has registered an all time high both in terms of quantity
and value. In 2006-07 the export of spices from India
has been 3,73,750 tonnes valued MLN US $ 793
million registering an increase of 34% in value
over 2005-06.
• India commands a formidable position in the World
Spice Trade with 47% share in Volume and 40%
in Value.
Item Quantity Value
PEPPER 35000 519.50
CARDAMOM(S) 500 24.75

CARDAMOM(L) 1325 15.00

CHILLI 209000 1097.50
GINGER 6700 28.00
TURMERIC 49250 157.00
SEED SPICES 82100 507.25
VANILLA 200 17.75
CURRY POWDER 11500 111.00
MINT PRODUCTS 21100 1280.50
OILS & OLEORESINS 6600 563.00
TOTAL (Including 444250 4435.50
0.44 Lakh
Lakh MT
US$ 10
Billion of
Indian Spices
• The Indian Spices Logo is awarded to those
who export spices in branded consumer packs.
• The award is given to those who adherence to
practices ensuring quality, hygiene and safety
as well as HACCP certification.
• Nineteen (19) spice exporters have been
awarded with Indian Spices Logo.
• Board has registered Indian Spices Logo with
the Trade Registry Authorities in 18 countries.
Spice House Certificate

• Latest in the Board’s Campaign for Quality

up gradation
• Issued to exporters having a long term
quality commitment as well as an
objective of sustained growth in exports
• Exporters of branded spices and spice
products in consumer packs are the focal
point of these logo programme.
• e-Auction Centre of Cardamom
@ Bodinayakanur, Theni Distt.,
Tamilnadu with 40 terminals.
• 2nd centre @Vandanmettu, Idukki, Kerala
sixty terminals.

• The traditional outcry

changed to sophisticated
buying and selling.
Year Quantity Value Growth Rate (%)
(Tonnes) (Million Quantity
US$) Value

1990-91 109636 134.97

1995-96 203398 241.43 13 12
2000-01 235917 400.51 3 11
2005-06 350363 592.90 8 8
2007-08 444250 1101.80 13 36

2008- 284560 710.62

Country Name,% of
total Value
NRC-Spices Ajmer,
National Research Centre
( Seed Spices)

• Set up by the Indian Planning Commission

as a part of the IX’th Five Year Plan, in
• After realizing the potential of seed spices
crops for providing income security to the
people of arid to semi-arid zones in India.
• To initiate research work on seed spices
• Improving the productivity and quality with
reference to export value and domestic
 Need for empowerment of the growers of
spices and to ensure better price realization
for them.
 The Spices Board has taken steps to establish
Spices Parks at the following seven locations :

a) Chhindwara [ M P] – Functional Since Feb 2009

b) Guntur [A P]
c) Sivaganga [ T N]
d) Idukki [Kerala]
e) Mehsana [GJ]
f) Jhalawar [Rajastan]
g) Bydagi [Karnataka]

 The projects on Spices Park are primarily
intended to benefit the growing
community through
 Aim is to better price realization of their
 The exporters can also set up their unit in
the Parks for processing spices under the
terms and conditions of the Board.
 To encourage the production of Spices in
the country in the most efficient manner.
 To provide the required state-of-the art
infrastructure for improving production.
 To be able to export the final product as
fresh as possible.
 Quality improvement, grading and
packing, warehousing, etc – basically a
lot of value addition, which would lead to
better price realization.
1.Promotion of Indian Spice Brands Abroad
• Products and Packaging Development and Bar
• Brand Promotion

Interest free loan up to 100% for slotting/listing

fee and 50% of the cost of product
development subject to a maximum of 2.5 cr.
per brand and Rs.5.00 cr. where brand buyouts
is involved
Trade Promotion:

I. Sending Business Samples Abroad

Assistance up to Rs.50,000/ per exporter per year is provided
to meet the cost of courier / air freight charge for sending
business samples to the buyers abroad.
I. Printing Promotional Literatures /Brouchers
Assistance @ 50% of the cost subject to a maximum of Rs.2 lakhs
per broucher twice per exporter during the Plan Period
III. Packaging Development & Bar Coding Registration
Assistance @ 50% of the cost of Packaging Development and Bar Coding
Registration subject to a maximum of Rs.1.00 lakhs per exporter per
2.Participation in International
 Assistance by re-imbursing 50% of the Air fare
subject to a maximum of Rs. 60,000 for Spice
House/Logo Exporters and Rs. 40,000 for
Registered Brand and Organic Certificate Holders
per year.
3.Participation in International
 Representatives are assisted to participate in the
International Meetings/Seminars by extending
financial assistance up to 50% of the Air fare subject
to a maximum of Rs.1.5 lakhs per year.
4. Infrastructure Development
– Adoption of Hi-Tech in Spice processing
– Technology and Process up gradation
– Setting up / up gradation of in house quality labs
– Quality certification, validation of check
samples, training of laboratory personnel.

• Grant in aid is provided to the tune of 33% of the

cost subject to a maximum of Rs.100 lakhs for
general areas and 50% of the cost subject to a
maximum of Rs.200 lakhs for special areas
• International Media Relations
• Domestic media relations
• Press Releases/Press Conferences
• Facilitating visit of agri students
• Booklets and posters [Domestic]
• Spice distribution/gift boxes
• Production of films /CDs
• Inconsistency in production
• Cleanliness of the material
• Competitive prices from
other sources
• Agents/Brokers
• Traders/Importers
• Grinders/Processors
• End Users
 Brokers are intermediaries that bring buyers
and sellers together, for which service they get
paid a commission.
 Spices and herbs do not physically come into
the possession of brokers.
 Customers can be trading companies, but are
mostly processors. Especially when a trader or
importer is unknown, a broker will be used as
an intermediary to diminish the risk involved.
 In certain cases, brokers represent a specific
party either as its selling agent or its
purchasing agent.
 These specialised traders import on their own account and
sell to grinders/processors and directly to major end users.
 They mainly buy bulk quantities of un ground spices and
resell them at an increased price.
 The importer is responsible for all costs associated with
import, such as duty, terminal fees, unloading charges, and
local delivery and warehouse costs.
 The major trading centres for spices are New York,
Rotterdam, London, Hamburg and Singapore.
 Organic traders are often specialised in a broader range of
organic products, instead of purely herbs and spices
• Grinders and processors purchase raw spices
and perform cleaning, grinding and
(retail/catering) packaging.
• They have central warehouses for
distribution to industrial users throughout
specific areas, or they deliver directly to the
distribution centres of supermarkets or
institutional users.
• Next to the (few) specialised organic grinders
and processors, conventional grinders and
processors are also increasingly making their
inroads into the organic sector.
• The largest user group is the food-
processing industry.

• Requirements are purchased either

from grinders/processors or directly
from importing/trading companies,
and in some (rare) cases directly
from foreign producers.
Export of Chilli-A Case
Chilli- World Exports
Chilli- World Exports


8% China
Pakistan 26%
State Wise contribution of Chilli

27% Karnataka
8% MP
2% Orissa
9% 19%
12% 5% TN
• Share of Chilli in Indian spices export is
around 20-40% in volumes

• India export its chilli mainly to Sri lanka ,

Bangladesh, Korea, Malaysia,
Singapore, Japan, UK, Germany, France
and USA
Others Malaysia
28% 6%


Usa Sri Lanka

26% 24%