In essence, tamarind is the fruit pod of a tall, semi-evergreen tree that is mostly cultivated in India. The pulp and beans within the pod barely contain any fragrance, yet they taste quite sour. Tamarind is most frequently found in Asian markets and comes in whole pods, compacted blocks, paste, and concentrates.
This spice, which literally translates as “date of India” in Arabic, was originally from Eastern Africa. However, it is now grown extensively across the tropics and is a prized component in many Asian or Latin American dishes.
It is frequently employed in the preparation of soups, chutneys, and bean meals. After removing the rind from the mature, ripe, and dried fruit of Tamarindus indica, the dried tamarind is produced. he product has exceptional quality and is free from any discernible mould fungus, mouse excrement, artificial colouring and polishing, offensive odour, harmful compounds, and other impurities.
General characteristics :
The dried Tamarind shall be:
Standard Packing :
The various packing which can be supplied in bulk packing are as follows.
Quantity Stuffed in FCL :
20 FCL 18 to 22 M.Tons for Tamarind in bulk packing depending on the packing.
Seed content percentage by weight (max)
Fibres percentage by weight (max.)
Rind percent by wt. (max.)
Insect damaged percent by wt. (max.)
Moisture percentage by weight (max.)