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From the age of colonial trade of rustic open “mandis” (local markets) to the present day, spice trade has undergone a metamorphic change. Spices were bartered with other essentials in the pre British Raj. Marginal farmers would sell their wares to merchants, who would store and sell them at large profits to the spice traders. In the present day, the farmers wares are auctioned at the Government controlled markets leading to openness, equal opportunity and fair play. 

In the past, most people in India, stored spices procured during the harvest period throughout the year. Now, with the advent of better processing technologies, cold store facilities, safe packaging media and easy availability, most households buy packaged spices as and when required.

At one point in time India controlled over two thirds of all spice trade worldwide. New players have emerged in the International markets challenging India's prominence. However, due to a surge in international demand of spices, exports from India have grown rapidly in the last few years.

With a vast expanse of land and varied climate, India has a unique position in the global spice industry, which not many can ignore.

 
 
 
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