We have an eco-centric approach to packaging as it is integral part of the product lifecycle that we are associated with. Spices can lose their essential oils and natural pigments under extreme weather conditions.  We use food-grade, recyclable packing material to retain the inherent quality of spices through its journey from farm to fork.  


Our versatile packing range includes retail value packs as well as super sacks for bulk consumers. The popular retail band is from 10 gms sachets to 5 kg consumer packs.   Industrial and bulk import orders are shipped in 1 kg tote bags as well as 550 kg jumbo sacks besides packing in regular mid-range sizes. Labelling and marking are standardized to meet international regulatory norms in all its exclusivity.


Packaging is done at 3 strategic locations for maintaining continuity in customer supplies and minimising disruption losses.

Kinathukadavu - We have continued to invest in packing equipment that extends our capabilities for providing food-safe spices at reduced operational costs. Automatic packing machines with dock seals that insulate the product against dust and insects facilitate uninterrupted overnight stuffing.

We are setting up automatic bottling lines at Kinathukadavu which will be operational by end of October.  This facility will further augment our efforts to cater to the demands of high-value retail chains that have faith in our processing capabilities to be their private label packers.  

Trade Centre is around 15 kms away from the Kinathukadavu spice factory and has a capacity to pack 1 million pouches per month.   The unit has four manual and one auto –gear line fitted with automatic form filling machines, semi-automatic cup filler and auger filler for packing spices in varying size pouches.   


Ahmedabad - A new packing unit has been set up at Bavla in Ahmedabad on similar lines to cater to super market and retail chains in North and West India.