Chillies

All varieties of chillies are pre -cleaned prior to grinding / crushing in a dedicated precleaning equipment which includes fiber extractor, seed remover and gravity separator which removes all sort of impurities from the product which shall be exported in whole, crushed and ground form after further processing as per Customer requirements. Check our wide range of chillies products below.

Chilli Process

Aspiration
Fiber
Extraction
Milling
Passing Through
Magnets
Blending
Sifting
Metal
Separation
Packing

Chilli Product Range

  • Whole Chillies with Stem and Stemless - IPM and Conventional
  • Ground Chillies - IPM and Conventional
  • Crushed Chillies - IPM and Conventional
  • Specific area material - Byadgi, 334, 273, DD and Teja
    • Heat 12K SHU to 20K SHU - Low Heat
    • Heat 25K SHU to 35K SHU - Medium Heat
    • Heat 40K SHU to 50K SHU - Medium to High Heat
    • Heat 65K SHU to 75K SHU - High Heat

Private Label Packaging

From designing to manufacturing and labelling, our team will provide you with end-to-end solutions, catering to all your packaging requirements - be it formatting, choosing the appropriate size and shape, designing, labelling and barcoding.

Specification & Packaging Options

Origin

India

Capsaicin

From 5000 SHU to 1,50,000

Capsanthin

From 40 ACU to 220

Capacity

Chilli Powder - 22 MT/day

Pack Size

10g, 20g, 50g, 100g, 200g,
500g, 1kg, 5kg, 10kg, 25kg

Packaging
Varieties

Mono Carton Boxes

Pouches

Zip lock Pouches

Plastic Pet Jar & Tin

Harvest Calendar

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Chili is generally harvested during the month of January, February, March, October, November and December. Looking forward to import chili? Plan your delivery according to this crop harvest calendar.

Chilli In other Languages

English: Chilli

German: Chili

French: Chili

Italian: Peperoncino

Spanish: Chile

Swedish: Chili

Russian: Перец чили

Portuguese: Pimenta

Hindi: मिर्च

Mandarin Chinese: 辣椒

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