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Spices, scents, flavours and colours

Every spice is unique and has its own identity.

That’s why KLY GROUPE importer is looking for the best supplies of spices all over the world and offers a range of aromas, colours, and origins different depending on seasons. Spicies are available ground or seeds.

These goods are sold in bulk for the industrial sectors or packed in boxes from 200 g to 1 kg. The packaging are produced under a modified atmosphere in order to enable better conservation.

The bags print-outs are available in several languages for an international distribution.

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 Garlic powder

Garlic is a vegetable crop. The most important producing country is China with more than 500 000 tonnes of garlic per year, followed by Turkey, India, Spain and California.

Garlic powder perfums much more strongly than fresh garlic.

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 Green Anise

Anis is a plant whose leaves can exceed 50 cm.

The most important producing country is India. The anise is a old spice, and used in cooking and in drinks.

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 Cloves

For centuries, cloves are consumed as spices and used for their therapeutic properties. Cloves are also used a lot in bakery and pastry particularly in gingerbread or in cookies where the cloves are most of the time mixed with cinnamon. Finally, in some countries, like Tunisia, we infuse cloves with other plants to turn it into a “spice tea” particularly invigorating.

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 coriander

Coriander is also called arabic parsley.

Coriander is originally from Middle East and Asia. This ancient spice is used on fresh or dried cooking.

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 Cumin

Cumin is an aromatic plant. Its aroma is very intense with a perceptible bitterness and spiciness. We usually use this spice in international cuisine

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 Ground turmeric

Turmeric is an aromatic plant originally from China, India and Middle Est. Turmeric has a mild and a musky flavor.

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 Fenugreek seeds

Fenugreek is a herbaceous plant. Originally from Middle East and India, it is a very widely used in Mediterranean countries and China.

The seed is very aromatic when bruised. It’s strong and aromatic.

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 Ground ginger

Ginger is an aromatic plant.

Ginger is one of the oldest and most important spice.

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 Fennel seed

Fennel is also called sweet dill or bitter fennel. Widely grown in the Mediterranean region, it is mainly used in infusion or fish stock.

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 Nigella

Nigella is an aromatic plant of which seeds are also called black cumin. It is used in many dishes   in number of world cuisines

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 Pepper

The origins vary according to the season and the quality. Seeds and Ground possible

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 Saffron

Saffron is called « yellow gold » and comes from the saffron crocus of which it’s removed by hand. The gathering is lengthy, making it the most expensive spice in the world.

Very few saffron filaments are needed to perfume and color the dishes.

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  Sesame

Sesame comes from an aromatic plant primarily grown in India and in China. Sesame lends a mild and is used in many cuisines and breads.

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