Clove

Cloves are primarily the aromatic flower buds of a tree in the family Myrtaceae. The Clove exporter in India exports cloves to around 149 countries in the world. The Clove export from India has been growing over the years due to the popularity of spice all over the world. This is a good business opportunity for the Indian Clove exporter to expand his business and export cloves worldwide. The clove export from India involves exporting various varieties of the spice.



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In the year 2019-2020, the Clove exporter in India exported Cloves worth around 91.62 USD million. The total volume of the cloves exported in 2019-2020 was around 5498639 MT. Clove import from India includes Kuwait, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Panama Republic and the United Arab Emirates. The total export value of Clove in these top 5 countries was about 45.76 USD million.

Product Name Cloves
Origin Maluku Islands (or Moluccas) in Indonesia
Family Myrtaceae
Binomial name Syzygium aromaticum
Nutrients Calories 6 kcal, Carbohydrates – 1.38 g, Fiber 0.7 grams
Minerals Potassium, Manganese, Iron, Selenium, Mangnesium
Vitamins Vitamin K
Protein 0.13 g
Fats 0.27 g
  • Cloves are said to help fight tooth plague. Some research shows that using toothpaste or mouth wash which contains clove is beneficial for your teeth.
  • Culinary Cloves may also help reduce excessive sweating. Research states that applying clove oil to the palms for around 2 weeks may help reduce excessive sweating of the palms.
  • Culinary Clove oil is also said to be a Mosquito repellent. Applying clove oil or clove oil gel directly to the skin is said to repel mosquitos for up to 5 hours.
  • Culinary Applying a solution containing clove oil gel on the skin may also help with severe itching.