Indian Spices

India is among the world's largest makers of spices and is a significant player in the global market. Our country has a rich history of trading with ancient civilizations like China and Rome. Indian spices are renowned worldwide for their elegant aroma, texture, taste, and medicinal value. The Indian spices industry has experienced tremendous growth over the last six years.

Dry Red Chilli

India is the largest dry red chilli producer and exporter, and Guntur, Andhra Pradesh is one of the core places of chilli production and export. Ultrachain Global, a reliable red chilli exporter in India, sources fresh chillies directly from farms to ensure quality supply to customers. Our bulk exports of Guntur red chilli and other spices are regularly shipped to many countries. Experience the best of Indian dried red chillies with Ultrachain Global.


Turmeric Finger

Looking to add a pop of colour and flavour to your dishes while also reaping health benefits? Look no further than turmeric! As a staple in Indian cuisine, turmeric has been used for centuries to add fragrance, colour, and taste to dishes. But did you know that it also has antiseptic and healing properties? Our company takes pride in exporting the purest form of turmeric - the turmeric finger - which is used in medicines and food processes. Plus, with curcumin gaining popularity due to its anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, the demand for high-quality turmeric is on the rise.

Curcumin: 3.2 -5%
Moisture: 10-12%
Packaging: 25 KG / 50 KG Jute Bag

Black Pepper

Black pepper is the 'King of spice' and a staple in most cuisines worldwide. Did you know that it originates from South India? Besides being a flavour enhancer, black pepper has many benefits. Piperine, the chemical found in black pepper, provides spiciness and acts as a preservative due to its antibacterial properties. Medicinally, it helps improve digestion, aids weight loss, skin care, asthma-related issues, and much more. Our team of experts procure the highest quality black pepper seeds directly from farmers, dry them, and grade them based on size to ensure the best product.



Renowned for its exceptional quality, intense flavour, and aromatic fragrance, Indian fresh ginger is a highly sought-after ingredient in Indian cuisine and beyond. The scientific name for this versatile root is Zingiber officinale and it is renowned for its medicinal properties as well. This underground stem, also known as a rhizome, can be utilized in various forms including fresh, powdered, dried, or as oil. Harvested primarily in the fertile regions of South India and the North-Eastern states, we are proud to offer top-quality Ginger that is widely used as a seasoning or condiment. Additionally, India holds the title of being the largest exporter of Ginger in the world.

Drying Process: Air Dried
Moisture: Max 9%
Total Ash: Max 7-9%
Impurities: Max 0.2%
Oil Content: Max 1-1.18%
Type: Washed and Unwashed

Cumin Seeds

Cumin seeds are one of the world's largest producers and exporters, with Gujarat, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh producing the most. In addition to being used as a spice in different cuisines around the world, cumin seeds are also used to prepare medicines, perfumes, and cosmetics. The demand for Indian cumin seeds has been consistently rising as they are known for their superior quality, rich aroma, and exceptional taste. Furthermore, India provides

competitive pricing in comparison to other countries that produce cumin seeds, making it the top choice for buyers. These seeds are packed with antioxidants that can enhance cellular health and possess anticancer properties. They also serve as a natural remedy for diarrhoea and have anti- inflammatory effects, while also boosting memory function. Additionally, cumin is utilized as a diuretic to relieve bloating by increasing urine flow.

Type: Machine clean/ Sortex clean
Quality: Singapore & Europe
Purity: 98%, 99%, 99.50%, 99.80%
GMO Status: Non-GMO

Frequently Asked Question

  • What types of spices are typically exported from India?
    India is renowned for exporting a wide variety of spices, including but not limited to turmeric, cumin, coriander, cardamom, pepper, ginger, garlic, and chili peppers. These spices are used in cuisines worldwide, contributing to the distinct flavors of dishes across different cultures.
  • Are there any regulations or certifications I should consider when importing spices from India?
    Yes, importing spices from India often requires adherence to various regulations and certifications, depending on the destination country. Common certifications include organic certifications, which ensure the spices are grown and processed without synthetic chemicals. Additionally, compliance with food safety standards such as HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) and FDA regulations may be necessary for importation into certain countries.
  • How can I ensure the quality and freshness of spices when purchasing through an Indian export website?
    To ensure the quality and freshness of spices purchased through an Indian export website, consider factors such as the packaging date, storage conditions, and shelf life indicated by the supplier. Look for suppliers who prioritize quality control measures throughout the production and packaging process. Additionally, requesting samples or small trial orders before making bulk purchases can help assess the freshness and aroma of the spices firsthand.

Fruits & Vegetables

Agriculture is the backbone of Indian economy. Fruits and Vegetables are the main part of it. Farm fresh fruit and vegetable is one of the most important and fast-growing sectors of Indian agriculture which forms a celestial part of healthy diet. Export of these items plays a key role in enhancing economic growth. Our country’s various climate ensures availability of all varieties of Fresh Fruits & Vegetables largely and is known as FRUIT BASKET OF WORLD.

Fresh Fruits:

Mango, Pomegranate, Watermelon, Muskmelon, Banana, Coconut

Fresh Vegetables:

Onion, Green Chilly, Lemon, Elephant Yam, Tomato, Drumstick, Garlic, Potato, Maize, Okra, Parwal (Potal), Brinjal

Frequently Asked Question

  • What are the benefits of exporting fresh fruits and vegetables?
    Exporting fresh fruits and vegetables brings several benefits. Firstly, it allows farmers and producers to access international markets, increasing their customer base and potential profits. Secondly, it helps in balancing seasonal fluctuations in demand by tapping into markets where the produce is in season. Additionally, exporting promotes economic growth by generating revenue and creating employment opportunities within the agricultural sector. Lastly, it fosters international trade relationships and enhances global food security by facilitating the exchange of diverse agricultural products.
  • How do you ensure the freshness and quality of exported fruits and vegetables?
    Ensuring the freshness and quality of exported fruits and vegetables is paramount. We employ rigorous quality control measures throughout the supply chain, starting from cultivation to packaging and transportation. This includes adhering to strict hygiene standards, implementing proper harvesting techniques, utilizing advanced storage facilities, and employing efficient transportation methods to minimize transit time. Furthermore, we conduct regular inspections and quality checks to guarantee that only the freshest and highest-quality produce reaches our customers worldwide.
  • What certifications and regulations are necessary for exporting fresh fruits and vegetables?
    Exporting fresh fruits and vegetables requires compliance with various certifications and regulations to meet international standards and ensure product safety. Common certifications include Global Good Agricultural Practices (GlobalGAP), Organic Certification, Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP), and ISO certifications. Additionally, exporters must adhere to phytosanitary regulations imposed by importing countries to prevent the spread of pests and diseases. It's essential to stay updated on the specific requirements of each target market to facilitate smooth export operations and avoid potential trade barriers.

Oil Seed Cakes

Discover premium-quality oil seed cakes for export, sourced from the finest seeds and processed to perfection. Our nutrient-rich cakes are ideal for animal feed, organic fertilizers, and industrial applications. With strict quality control measures, we ensure unparalleled purity and freshness, meeting global standards for sustainable agriculture and livestock nutrition.

Frequently Asked Question

  • What is oil seed cake, and what are its uses?
    Oil seed cake is a byproduct obtained during the extraction of oil from seeds such as soybeans, rapeseeds, or sunflower seeds. After the oil extraction process, the remaining solid material is known as oil seed cake. This cake is rich in protein and can be used as animal feed, fertilizer, or as a raw material for various industrial purposes.
  • What are the benefits of exporting oil seed cake?
    Exporting oil seed cake can be beneficial for several reasons. Firstly, it allows for the utilization of a byproduct from the oil extraction process, thereby maximizing the efficiency of the production chain. Secondly, oil seed cake is in demand globally as a high-protein animal feed, contributing to the agricultural sector and livestock industry worldwide. Additionally, exporting oil seed cake can generate revenue for producers and contribute to economic growth.
  • What are the key considerations when exporting oil seed cake?
    When exporting oil seed cake, several key considerations should be taken into account. These include complying with international trade regulations and standards, ensuring the quality and safety of the product, securing reliable transportation and logistics, understanding market demand and pricing dynamics, and establishing strong relationships with buyers and partners in the target markets. Additionally, it's essential to stay informed about changes in trade policies, tariffs, and market trends that may affect export operations./div>



Looking for high-quality, healthy and nutritious Yellow Maize or Yellow Corn in India? Look no further than Ultrachain Global, the renowned supplier and exporter of Non-GMO and chemical-free Maize. Maize in India contributes nearly 10% to the national food basket and serves as a basic raw material for thousands of industrial products. From feed raw material, starch, oil, and protein to alcoholic beverages, pharmaceuticals, and more, Maize is an essential ingredient in many industries. Trust Ultrachain Global to provide the best quality maize for your needs.

Moisture: Max 12% - 14%
Broken: Max 2.5%
Immature Grains: Max 2.5 - 4.5%
Weevilled Grains: Max 1%
Aflatoxin: 20 PPB - 50 PPB


Rice is one of the most consumed foods on Earth. India is one of the top ten rice producing countries in the Asia-Pacific, which equipped with a wet environment suitable for rice cultivation. It is grown all over India, from the Himalayas to the South, from the East to the West. Indian rice contributes 21.5 percent of global rice production. Rice based farming is the main economic activity of rural farmers in our country. India is famous for its Basmati and Non-Basmati rice in worldwide.

As our company belongs to the state of West Bengal, it is our golden advantage that we are in the hub of non-Basmati rice belt. We are directly engaged with the farmers of different areas of entire state. In the era of digital world, we are very much conscious about the price as well as product quality. As we are directly engaged with the famers, it is our plus point that our prices are very competitive in the global market. We have a huge experience of exporting rice of different African Countries and Middle- East countries like United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia & Qatar from the last five years.

We deal both in Basmati and non-basmati parboiled rice, boiled rice, broken rice.


India's role in the global market cannot be underestimated. As one of the largest agricultural exporters worldwide, grain and cereal exports from India are growing at an impressive rate. Ultrachain Global is a trusted exporter of grains from India. With tonnes of wheat being exported each year, India is a major player in the wheat export market due to its high protein content, which is higher than other major cereals like rice or maize. It's no wonder the demand for Indian wheat exports is on the rise. Indian wheat exporters are exporting more wheat and wheat products each year, proving to be a reliable source for global wheat demand.

Moisture: Max 12%
Foreign Matter: 2%
Wet Gluten: Min 26%
Protein Dry Basis: Min 11.5%



Peanuts, also known as groundnuts, are a nutrient-rich food that can benefit overall body health. With a remarkable oil content of 50% and protein content of 30%, peanuts provide all the essential nutrients necessary to maintain good health. In fact, peanuts possess a minimum of 13 different types of vitamins, making them a rich source of minerals, dietary fibre, and vitamins. It's interesting to note that Gujarat, India, is a major contributor to the cultivation of peanuts, occupying a significant portion compared to the rest of the country.

Commercially grown peanuts are mostly used for the extraction of their oil, which is used in cooking. The by-product of oil extraction is a pressed cake that's used as animal feed and also in the production of peanut flour. Raw kernels are also commonly roasted and eaten as a snack food.

Enjoy peanuts as peanut butter spread on bread or mixed with maize to accompany a refreshing drink. Not only do peanuts play a vital role in regulating brain functions, but they also contribute to the maintenance of strong bones. It's no wonder that peanuts rank as the sixth most popular legume worldwide.

Oil Content: Min 48%
Moisture: Max 10%
Admixture: Max 1%
Foreign material: Max 0.50%
Size: 38 - 40 MM
Aflatoxin: 5 PPB.

Foxnut/ Makhana

Looking for a healthy alternative to your usual snack? Look no further than Makhana, also known as Foxnut or Gorgon Nut. This nutrient-packed food, rich in medicinal properties, is grown in India, Korea, Japan, and Russia and is a high-value commodity commercially cultivated in Bihar and certain parts of eastern India. Makhana can be mixed with vegetables, popped like corn, or made into yummy porridge.

It contains essential nutrients like vitamins, minerals, and fibres, which help in reducing fat content, maintaining blood pressure, and limiting the occurrences of chronic inflammation. It also removes toxins from the human body and helps in balancing stress levels. Though consuming too many dried fruits can have cons due to their high sugar and calorie content, Makhana is a healthier alternative to unhealthy snacks like popcorn or fried chips. The rising popularity of these products among children and adults alike in countries such as India, China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, and Thailand is expected to remain a growth driving factor.

The fox nuts market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 7.02% over the forecast period to reach a market size of US$177.706 million in 2025 from US$118.280 million in 2019.

Shape Round
Type Dried
Colour White,Creamy
Size: 12-28 MM
Moisture: 10-15%