List of Spices Mentioned in the Spice Board Act

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As we know, the Spices Board of India is a regulatory body started up by the Government of India to control, develop and promote Indian Spices. The Spices Board serves under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India. Also, it works as a link between the Indian Exporter and the Importers abroad. In this article, we will discuss the list of spices in India under the spice board act 1986.

About Spice Board Registration

The Spices Board Ministry of Commerce and Industry is an organization that works to develop and promote Indian Spices globally. The Spices Board Registration was organised on 26th February 1987 among the alliance of the former Cardamom Board (1968) and Spices Export Promotion Council (1960). Also, It is a self-governing body liable for the export improvement of the 52 scheduled list of spices in India and development of Cardamom (Small & Large).

List of Spices Mentioned in the Spice Board Act

There following are the list of the spices carried in the Spice Board Act, 1986

List Of Spices in India

1. Cardamom 27. Pepper Long
2. Pepper 28. Star Anise
3. Chilli 29. Sweet flag
4. Ginger 30. Greater Galanga
5. Turmeric 31. Horse Radish
6. Coriander 32. Caper
7. Cumin 33. Clove
8. Fennel 34. Asafoetida
9. Fenugreek 35. Camboge
10. Celery 36. Hyssop
11. Aniseed 37. Juniper berry
12. Ajowan 38. Bay Leaf
13. Caraway 39. Lovage
14. Dill 40. Marjoram
15. Cinnamon 41. Nutmeg
16. Cassia 42. Mace
17. Garlic 43. Basil
18. Curry leaf 44. Poppyseed
19. Kokam 45. Allspice
20. Mint 46. Rosemary
21. Mustard 47. Sage
22. Parsley 48. Savory
23. Pomegranate 49. Thyme
24. Saffron 50. Oregano
25. Vanilla 51. Tarragon
26. Tejpat 52. Tamarind

Significant functions of the Spices Board Registration

  • Advancing, promoting and regulating the export of spices
  • Conferring certificate for export of spices and register brokers
  • Undertaking programs and projects for the development of export of spices
  • Also, Aiding and encouraging studies and research for the improvement of process, quality, the technique of packing of spices
  • Aiming towards stabilizing of prices of spices for export
  • Managing the quality of spices for export
  • Rendering licenses, subject to the prescribed terms and conditions to the manufacturers of spices for export.

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