Turmeric Finger

Turmeric Finger

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We are identified as one of the most competent enterprise of this industry for exporting and supplying a wide gamut of Turmeric Finger that is extensively used to add flavor in various dishes or for numerous therapeutic purposes. Provided turmeric is processed by using latest technology in adherence with set universally accepted food standards at our vendors processing units. In addition to this, our offered Turmeric Finger is highly appreciated by our clients for its several qualitative features and is available at market leading prices.


Turmeric Finger


  • Product Type: Single Herbs & Spices
  • Style: Dried
  • Drying Process: Sun dried
  • Processing Type: Raw
  • Shape: Piece
  • Colour: Yellowish Golden
  • Place of Origin: Tamil Nadu, India
  • Weight (kg):50
  • Shelf Life: 1 year
  • Brand Name: Company
  • Type: Turmeric, Finger/Bulbs - Polished or Unpolished
  • Curcumin: 2.5% to 3.5%
  • Moisture: Max 12 %
  • Length: 6 cms (Apporox)
  • Physical: Bulb 2 %, Broken pieces >5%, Foreign Material >1 %
  • Flexibility: Hard
  • Acid insoluble ash: 2.5%
  • Chromate test: Negative
  • Total ash: 7%
  • Lead as PPB: 2.5

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:5 kg, 10 kg, 15 kg, 25 kg or 100 kg Jute Bags/PP bags or As per customer specifications

Delivery Detail: Subjected to location of the buyer

Indian Turmeric

Turmeric (Curcuma Longa) is a yellow spice with a warm and mellow flavour native to India and Southeast Asia.  It is the root of a perennial, herbaceous plant of the ginger family (Zingiberaceae), traditionally grown in India for the last 5000 years. It has gained popularity as an aromatic spice, food colouring agent, natural dye and a medicine.

India is the largest producer, consumer and exporter of turmeric in the world. Indian turmeric is considered to be the best in the world market because of its high Curcumin and Oleoresin content. India accounts for about 80% of world turmeric production and 60% of world exports to Middle-East, UK, USA and Japan among other countries.

The crop is grown in India in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala and fresh produce is available from late December to May.

Typical characteristics include:

  • Perfectly dry, well set, and free from ill developed, porous rhizomes.
  • Shape, length, colour and other characteristics are typical of the variety.
  • Free from damage caused by weevils, moisture, over-boiling or fungus attack.