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Package Inclusions :-

  • Start to finish help with all legitimate conventions for your Spice Manufacturing and Trading Business.
  • Documentation for all phases of the application to the specialists.
  • Planning with the Contamination Control Sheets in the interest of the client
  • Legitimate help with any challenges emerging in the procedural conventions

There is an overview of the Spices Industry India.

India is the largest producer of spices.  It is the largest consumer of spices. It’s  perfect for cultivating practically all kinds of spices because of the  tropical and subtropical weather patterns. India’s  extensive spices farming and demand for the product in the domestic and international markets make it good place to start  a spice trading business. Spice  businesses can export their  product as  India is famous for its spices.  Spice manufacturing involves grinding, disintegrating, drying and packaging. The  open market and  branded and packaged forms are used for  retail trade in the country.  Today, blended spices are in huge demand due to their ready-to-use nature and the balanced blend of different spices that can be difficult to reproduce for some. Spice  packets are convenient to use. Spices  that are manufactured and traded have great demand because of their ease of use  for consumers.

Whole spices: chilli, cumin, cinnamon, cloves, mustard, turmeric, bay leaf, coriander, saffron etc.

Powdered Spices: Pepper powder, chilli powder, ginger powder, cardamom powder, turmeric powder, tamarind powder, coriander powder, fennel powder, fenugreek powder etc.

Recipe-specific spices: Curry masala, meat masala, fish curry masala, sambar, rasam, instant pickles etc.

Spice Trading Business Has Some Advantages.

The  international market has  high credibility in the Indian spices market. The spice industry is an economically viable option for entrepreneurs with limited capital and resources. Despite  the competition in the Indian market,  manufacturing and trading of spices  are common. The  various advantages associated with spices have led  to the growth of manufacturing,  processing and packaging plants.  Indian dishes are without spices. incomplete.  We like  our spices for their taste, smell,  and effect on the body.

 How to Start Spice Manufacturing and Trading  Business.

Business  setup can vary depending  on the targeted market, the aspects of business market. Before  making any heavy investment, one  must decide on the source  of the spices and processing machinery, and labour) plant.  Pre-production planning like competitive analysis, marketing plan, sales strategy, social media strategy, financial projections and the cost involved in setting up the entire setup will also be needed.

  • Spice grinder
  • Disintegrator
  • Packaging machine
  • Pouch sealing machine
  • Pulveriser
  • Weighing machine

Licences are  required to start the  manufacturing and trading Spices.

GST registration

Documents required include

  • PAN Card of the Business or Applicant
  • Identity and Address Proof, along with Photographs
  • Proof of business registration
  • Proof of address, Bank details, etc
  • Passport/driving license/ Aadhaar card/voter’s identity card, etc.
  • bank statement and scanned copy of a cancelled cheque

Trade license

Documents required include

  • Applicant’s details like name, contact details, and address)
  • Industry details
  • Government ID proof like voter ID/PAN Card/Driving license/Aadhar Card/Rent Agreement/Partnership)
  • Owned premises- Property tax receipt/Property registration details
  • For Rented premises- Self-Attested Rent Agreement photocopy/photocopy of Property tax receipt

FSSAI Licence

The  FSSAI Licence is issued by the  Food Safety and Standards Authority of India. Depending  on the size of the business,  FSSAI Basic registration,  FSSAI State License and FSSAI Central License are available. There are  details and documents needed for this licence.

  • Location of the Company
  • Nature of Company (Manufacturer, Importers, etc.)
  • Blueprint/layout plan of the Processing Unit
  • List of Directors/Proprietor/Executive/ Partners/ Members of Society or trust with address and contact details
  • list of equipment and machinery, installed capacity and horsepower used
  • Photo IDs and address proof of Proprietor/ Partner/ Director(s)/ Authorized Signatory
  • List of categories of spices desired to be manufactured.
  • Chemical & Bacteriological Analysis report of water to be used as an ingredient in food from a recognised/ public health laboratory to confirm the portability o Proof of possession of premises
  • Partnership Deed/Affidavit of Proprietorship/ Memorandum & Articles of association towards the firm’s constitution.
  • Copy of certificate obtained under Coop Act 1981/ Multi-State Coop Act – 2002 in case of Cooperatives
  • NOC & copy of the license from the manufacturer
  • Food Safety Management System plan or certificate o Source of raw material
  • NOCs from Municipality or local body

Registration and licensing required to Export Spice from India

The Spices Board is part of  the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Maintenance,  promotion and monitoring of quality and better production methods are some of the  main activities.

Certificate of Registration as Exporter of Spices (CRES):The  Spice Board issues this  registration and it  is treated as a Membership Certificate under the FTP. There is  a single window system for the issuance of CRES registration.

Documents required by the exporter in the merchant category

  • Import Export Code
  • PAN Card
  • GST Certificate
  • Registration Fee
  • Confidential bank Report showing the net value of the business
  • Certificate of Incorporation/MOA, AOA / Partnership Deed
  • List of Directors or partners along with contact info.

Documents required by the exporter in the manufacturer category

  • Import Export Code
  • PAN Card
  • GST Certificate
  • Confidential bank Report showing the net value of the business
  • If the company authorises the applicant to apply, then an authorisation letter from to applicant is also needed
  • Certificate of Incorporation/MOA, AOA / Partnership Deed
  • List of Directors or partners and their contact info
  • MSME registration
  • FSSAI Licence
  • Consent Certificate
  • Lease deed/rent agreement in case the premise is on lease or rent
  • registration fees.

Additional Licence Required by the Spice Business

  • IEC Registration
  • BIS Registration
  • Fire NOC
  • Consent Certificate from State Pollution Control Board/ Pollution Control Committee

Spice production in India is large.

India produces 75 of the spices listed by the ISO.  The most exported spices are ginger, curry powder, spices oils,  and oleoresins. The majority  of the total production is made  up of  these spices.

Domestic Production:India produced over 10  million tonnes of spices in  the year 2020.  Around 29% of the country’s  area is under chili, which contributes  to 37% of the spices produced in India. Cumin and  turmeric make up about 18% and  10% of the total production  in India. The  total amount  of ginger  produced in India is 8%.  The production of spices is statewise.

  • Madhya Pradesh (Around 3.23 million tonnes)
  • Rajasthan (Around 1.23 million tonnes)
  • Gujarat (Around 1.03 million tonnes)
  • Andhra Pradesh (Around 0.93 million tonnes)
  • Telangana (Around 0.74 million tonnes)

For Export: I India exported spices worth over $4 billion in 2020. The exports were worth over billion dollars.  The main products imported were  curry powder, garlic, chilli, and mint.  The spices are exported to number of countries.

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