Top 10 authentic spices Brands available in India

Masala and Spices are important ingredients of Indian cuisine, used alone or with other seasonings also believed to elevate body temperature in Ayurvedic medicine. Masala is a mixture of spices, blended with herbs with water, vinegar, or other liquids along with other ingredients including nuts, onions or garlic for the best flavours and aromas in the cuisines of the Indian subcontinent.

1. Everest:
Everest is an Indian producer, exporter, manufacturer, and distributor of spice mixtures and ground spices. It is the largest spice company and the most common name in every Indian household. It has an exhaustive range of spices and mixes. The headquarters are based in Mumbai. About 20 million households make use of spices from this Company. The brand is accessible at more than 400,000 outlets across 1000 towns in India.

It also exports to foreign countries and most supermarkets in the Middle East, US, Australia, Singapore, France, East Africa, and New Zealand sell Everest products. Approximately 3.5 billion Everest packs are sold every year.

2. DH Masala:
Who doesn’t know the beloved grand old man of masala Mahashay Dharmpal Gulati, the face of “asli masale sach sach: MDH”? His father Mahashay Chunnilal Gulati founded the masala firm in 1919 in Sialkot, British India, which is now part of Pakistan’s Punjab region. Being one of the largest manufacturers of spices, this brand has a separate fan base. “Mahashian Di Hatti masala” or MDH masala purchases raw materials directly from the production hubs to preserve consistency in flavour and quality. With varieties of 62 products of both blended and pure masala they provide options to consumers. These spices are easily available across India.

3. Catch:
It is the third most popular spice brand in India known for its specific taste and quality. These spices are made by the state of the art facility.

Catch spices acquire their unique and distinctive taste from the method by which they are prepared. These spices are processed under low temperature grinding technology that prevents evaporation of delicate or volatile oils from spices, thereby retaining their original flavour and aroma.

The company is headquartered in Noida. The catch spices are packed in superior metal lined and food-grade cartons and also inconvenient composite cans that are resistant to temperature fluctuations.

4. Badshah Masala:
Badshah Masala is a major spice brand in India and is also available in a few other countries in the world. The manufacturing unit is located at Umbergaon, Gujarat and is supported by the administration office in Mumbai. The company workforce is inclusive of a field force of nearly 450 sales people, 800 dealers and 25 Super Stockists. Owler estimates the revenue of the company to be at US$26 M..

5.  Ramdev Masala:
Ramdev Food Product Pvt Ltd, founded in 1989 by Shri Hasmukhbhai Patel, has expanded and evolved from a tiny business in Ahmedabad to a worldwide trusted brand in Indian spices. The organisation believes in “Reaching our customers’ hearts through their taste buds”. Ramdev masala has succeeded in bringing Indian spices and flavours to millions of households throughout the world. They have been awarded all the required quality certification on national and international level. Known for quality and locally available, Ramdev masala is a must try brand.

6. MTR:
MTR Foods is a food products company based in Bengaluru, India. The company manufactures a range of packaged foods including breakfast mixes, ready to eat meals, masalas and spices, snacks and beverages.MTR Foods Pvt. Ltd. is a subsidiary of Norwegian conglomerate Orkla. MTR is the acronym of Mavalli Tiffin Room.

The company is currently an approximately ₹700 crore company which is growing at a CAGR of 18%. The company has been listed as a Fortune Next 500 company for 2016.

7. Rajesh Masala:
Rajesh Masala company is the manufactures and supplier of the all kinds of Indian mixed spices. The spice brand has become a symbolic name in U.P. and a leading manufacturers of all kinds of spices in India like Paneer masala, Garam masala and Sabji masala.

8. Priya Masala:
Priya Masala company from Hyderabad is a part of Ramoji Group that offering the traditional taste to your kitchen from last 38 years. The food company is also manufacturere of Chicken Masala Powder, Hydearabadi Mutton Masala, pickle, instant mixes, ready to eat items and Sambar Powder.

9. ORCO:
ORCO’s hand-ground organic spices are the real deal-breaker in quality as compared to any other machine-made spices due to the manufacturing process which enables the spices to breathe and retain all the required nutrients, Texture, colour and aroma. These spices are free of pesticides and any other hazardous chemicals as they are very carefully procured from certified farmers growing them organically/naturally using organic manure. ORCO provides you with a range of Indian spices and lends a helping hand to many needy women of the social order. Initially, we started to run the organization with a handful of women and now we are growing with the aim for the future by supporting a much higher number of women. We have been working hard in the direction of manufacturing 100 percent handmade spices.