Cumin seeds are small, brown, and have a strong, earthy flavor. They
are commonly used in Indian, Mexican, and Middle Eastern cooking as a
spice, either ground or whole.
Cumin seeds are a good source of iron
and other beneficial compounds that can help with digestion,
inflammation and blood sugar control.
Cumin has an intensely strong flavour, much similar to caraway. Indian cumin finds worldwide use in foods, beverages, liquors, medicines, toiletries and perfumery. Indian cumin is exported in its natural as well as powdered form, besides as essential oil. Exports are mostly to USA, Singapore, Japan, UK and North Africa.
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