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Chilly is a fascinating vegetable. This website is dedicated to chilly, the king of spice. This site is for exporter, importers, wholesalers, dealers, and to the people from all over the world who enjoy eating this pungent spice. This site is brought to you by Ramdev Food Products Pvt. Ltd., a pioneer in manufacturers, processors, and exporters of top quality Indian spices such as chilly powder. From choosing best quality red chilies available in the market to making a hygiene chilly powder, we take stringent measure to ensure best quality being maintained. In spite of being an indispensable part in our life, very few people know about this pungent spice.

Chilly has become a favorite ingredient in culinary item all over the world. Today it is unimaginable to think of food without chilly. Cuisines such as Mexican, Indian, Thai and Italian food have chili as chief ingredient.

Chilly discovered by Christopher Columbus when he landed in South America. He introduced chilly to rest of the world. India got first taste of this pungent spice in 1498 by Vasco-da-Gama. Today, India has become world’s largest producer exporter of chilly, exporting to USA, Canada, UK, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Malaysia, Germany and many countries across the world. It contributes 25% of world’s total production of chilly. Some of the hottest chilies are grown in India. Indian chilies have been dominating international chilly market. Majority of chilly grown in India is cultivated in states such as Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Orissa.

There are many interesting facts about chilly. Chilies have many beneficial values. Unlike, general belief that chilly is bad for stomach, the truth is completely vice versa. Chilly is good for digestion and has been used in Indian ayurvedic medicines to cure disease. When eaten, you will experience sweating, runny nose hard to breathe, and hiccups. Despite this, people want to spice up their food with chilly. Why? Because chilly is addictive. When you intake chilly, the capsaicin present in the chilly will make the brain produce endorphins, a natural painkiller.


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