Cumin seed is harvested by hand after the bloom of the small white or pink flowers. Seeds are harvested when they brown — about 120 days – and are then dried and ground. The strong aroma and distinct flavor of cumin is due to its essential oils. Like all herbs, it is at its height in the morning and should be harvested at that time.
WHAT WE DO
India is the single largest producers as well as consumer of cumin in the world accounting 70% of the world production.
Mass Global Exports are getting directly from the farmers in Gujarat and Rajasthan. we can supply cumin in natural form as well as powder form.
1. Promotes Digestion
2. Is a Rich Source of Iron
3. Contains Beneficial Plant Compounds
4. May Help With Diabetes
5. May Improve Blood Cholesterol
6. May Promote Weight Loss and Fat Reduction
7. May Prevent Food-Borne Illnesses
8. May Help With Drug Dependence
9. May Fight Inflammation