Dry Red Chillies

              Dry Red Chillies:

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India is the world’s largest producer, consumer and exporter of chilies in the world. India also has the largest area under chilies in the world. Chilies are the most common spice cultivated in India. It is estimated that India produced 1060345 tons of dry chili from an area of 8, 84,183 hectares in 2006-07.

Chilies are valued principally for their high pungency and color. Almost all the states of India produce the crop. The Indian Chilli growing states are Andhra Pradesh (57%), Karnataka (13%), Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, West Bengal, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu. Indian Chilli can be grown during the entire year at one or the other partof the country. However, the major arrival season extends from February to April.

The crop planting starts from August and extends till October. While, the harvesting begins from December with 5% of the arrivals usually reported in this month. The peak arrivals are reported in February to March. There are several varieties of Indian Chilli and the most popular among these are Sannam, 334, 273, Byadgi, Wonder Hot, Mundu, Teja, Yellow Chilies & Tomato Chilies

India is the largest consumer of Chilli in the world. Around 90% of India’s production is consumed within the country. India exports around 80000 – 100000 tons of chilies a year. India exports chilies in the form of dried chilies, Chilli powder, picked chilies and Chilli oleoresin. Indian Chilli is mainly exported to USA, SriLanka, Malaysia,Singapore,Indonesia,Thailand Bangladesh, the Middle East and the Far East.

Wrinkle 273 with stem

Byadgi with stem

Byadgi without stem

Teja with and without stem

Chilli Powder

Crushed Chilli

Guntur sannam s4 stem

Ramnad mundu

Guntur S4 without stem

Specifications for Red Dry Chilies:

Kinds: – Sannam S4 best
– Teja Best
– Byadgi
– Wrinkle 273
– Wonder Hot
– Tomato Chili
– Ramnad Mundu
– Yellow Chili
Type: – Whole Chili with Stem
– Whole Chili without Stem
– Grounded Chili Powder
– Chili meal
Color: Bright Red
Length: as per grade
Pods without stalk: 8% max
Moisture: 12.5% max
Foreign material: 2% max
Broken chilies: 7% max
Loose seeds: 2% max
Damaged and discolored pods: 6% max
Packing: New thin jute bags in 5/10/25/50 Kgs