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Indian spices is sought all over the world since ages. With Indian Diaspora, spices from India are going places, with exports to reach USD 3 billion by 2017. India is focussing on branding for the last 5 years and that seems to be paying off. Innovations in packaging, quality and a strong distribution network have led to the growth. Several local companies are making their presence in global market with domestic brands targeting the Indian households abroad. Traditional foodstuff like Puliyora powder, sambar and rasam powder are some of the major exports by leading brands. Gulf region is one of the larger buyer of Indian spice. The domestic market for spices is slated at Rs. 4000 billion.
Increasing urbanization results in demand for ready-made-products and mixes and tailor
Spices Board of India is planning to set up a Spice Park at Unjha in Gujarat, with an objective to provide processing infrastructure to the small and medium players. The total project cost is estimated to be around Rs. 20 crore without the land cost. Spice park will also be set up in Kota in Rajasthan and Rae Bareli in Uttar Pradesh by the year 2017. Also, the Board has set up a Spices Development Agency (SDA) at Unjha for the seed spices - cumin seeds, fenugreek seeds, coriander seeds and fennel seeds.