Cardamom

Adpro Export is the Exporter and Supplier of Cardamom in India. We are the Exporter and Supplier of Cardamom in faridabad, Haryana of the best quality and the methods we use are the latest technology. Green Cardamom is a spice with an intense, slightly sweet flavour that can be compared to mint. Even though Green Cardamom originated in India, it is used all over the world today. The Green Cardamom exporter in India exports tonnes of Cardamom abroad. Green Cardamom is used in various sweet and savoury dishes. The Green Cardamom export from India has thus been on a rise for a few years. For an Indian Green Cardamom exporter, this is a good business opportunity. The Green Cardamom export from India includes different varieties being exported.



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Green Cardamom exporter in India exports 500 – 700 Metric Tons of Green Cardamom every year to various countries in the world. Green Cardamom is consumed widely in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Syria, Egypt, Jordan, Turkey, Iran, Sudan, North Africa, Europe so on and so forth. The Green Cardamom import from India has been on a rise due to the premium quality of Cardamom and the various varieties exported.

Product Name Green Cardamom
Origin India
Family Zingiberaceae
Binomial name Elettaria cardamomum
Nutrients Calories 311 kcal, Total Carbohydrates 68g, Dietary Fiber 28g
Minerals Calcium, Iron, Magnesium
Vitamins Vitamin B-6, Vitamin C
Protein 11 g
Fats Fat 7g
  • Cardamom is said to help lower blood pressure levels. This is most probably due to its antioxidant and diuretic properties.
  • Culinary Cardamom also has some antioxidant compounds that may help protect cells from damage and slow down and prevent inflammation in your body.
  • Culinary Cardamom is also used to treat bad breath and is a common component of some chewing gums. This may be because Cardamom kills common mouth bacteria and prevents cavities.
  • Culinary The essential oils and extracts of cardamom are said to be effective against a variety of bacterial strains that contribute to fungal infections, food poisoning and stomach issues. But more research in this field is required.