List of Indian spices
Includes a variety of spices and herbs grown across the Indian subcontinent. Contrary to popular opinion, curry is not actually a spice, but is a term which refers to any dish in Indian cuisine with a gravy base.
India produces a wide range of spices. At present, production is around 3.2 million tonnes of different spices valued at approximately 4 billion US $, and holds a prominent position in world spice production. Because of the varying climates – from tropical to sub-tropical to temperate-almost all spices grow splendidly in India. In reality almost all the states and union territories of India grow one or the other spices. Under the act of Parliment, a total of 52 spices are brought under the purview of Spices Board. However 109 spices are notified in the ISO list.
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