About Safa Tradelink

Safa Tradelink exports a wide range of whole as well as ground Spices, Pulses and dry Coconut (Kopra). Our products comply with the International health and safety standards. Which can be supplied in a customized packaging as required on time. All our spices are hygenically packaged to ensure premium quality.

Our Specialties

Ever imagined your food without spices? Unimaginable, isn't it? We can easily put it this way; wherever you find an Indian you will find spices. No wonder, when food giants from across the world come to India, they have to add an Indian twist to their menu.

Right from the kitchen and medicinal uses in homes spices have an important role to play in different places. As India is blessed with a varied climate, each state produces some spice or the other. No wonder why spices are used so extensively for cooking in India. Not only in other countries spices are considered to be of great use.

Apart from adding colour, flavour and taste, consumption of spices provide infinite health benefits. You can be more creative in use of spices if you know its uses better. Some may be a substitute for your costly beauty products and even medicines. Have a quick overview of Indian spices, their uses and benefits


Cumin Seeds

Known as the appetite stimulant, cumin seeds are extensively used in preparation of medicines and aromatic products. Cumin heals stomach disorders such as appendix pain and diarrhea and is used mostly in Indian and Asian cuisines. We offer our cumin in various kinds which are comprised of organic cumin powder, white cumin powder, black cumin powder, whole cumin and cleansed as per client specifications


Sesame Seeds

Sesame seeds add a nutty taste and a delicate, almost invisible, crunch to many Asian dishes. They are also the main ingredients in tahini (sesame seed paste) and the wonderful Middle Eastern sweet call halvah. They are available throughout the year. Sesame seeds may be the oldest condiment known to man. They are highly valued for their oil which is exceptionally resistant to rancidity.


Coriander Seed Full and Split

Coriander seed is an important spice crop having a prime position in flavouring food.Coriander Seeds is very famous in India & it is generally used for digestive aid. It is mainly used in Curries & garam masalas. Coriander is an ayurvedic medicinal herb, which is widely used as a flavoring agent for its unique smell and flavour. Regular use of coriander helps to improve the overall health and prevents many of the vitamin deficiency diseases.


White Millet (Jowar)

Jowar is the Indian name for sorghum, a cereal grain native to Africa. Also known as white millet, whole jowar kernels can be steamed, boiled, added to soups and stews or ground into a flour, that can be used as a substitute for wheat flour in baked goods. Jowar is a gluten-free, high-protein, cholesterol-free source of a variety of essential nutrients, including dietary fiber, iron, phosphorus and thiamine.


Green Millet (Bajra)

Bajra also knowns as pearl millet is very popular in Rajasthan, this humble food has been eaten in India since the pre-historic times. It is mostly consumed in the form of rotis or khichdis, especially in the winters. Bajra is high in proteins with a good amount of amino acids. It is a good source of iron, which helps formation of hemoglobin in blood thus preventing anaemia. It is a moderate source of vitamin B1, which is required for a healthy nervous system.


Peanut

Also known as ground nuts, peanuts, along with beans and peas are members of the legume family which are the best sources of protein in the plant kingdom. Peanuts are found in a wide variety of products. They can be eaten salted, dry roasted, boiled and even raw. They can be found in peanut brittle, peanut butter and candy bars and is often a major ingredient in mixed nuts.


Chickpea (Kabuli Chana)

The chickpea—also widely known as garbanzo bean, chana (north India), Indian pea and Bengal gram—is a tasty and versatile legume. There are many health benefits to eating chickpeas. Their high protein content is perfect for those wishing to replace red meat in their diet. Chickpeas are also high in fiber and help to lower cholesterol.


Turmeric

Turmeric “the golden spice of life” is one of most essential spice used as an important ingredient in culinary all over the world. Turmeric is a tropical plant perennial herbs, curcuma domestically cultivated in India since ancient time. As early as 3000 B.C., the turmeric plants were cultivated by Harappan civilization.


Dry Coconut (Kopra)

The coconut is known for its great versatility as seen in the many uses of its different parts and found throughout the tropics and subtropics. Coconuts are part of the daily diets of many people. Coconuts are different from any other fruits because they contain a large quantity of "water" and when immature they are known as tender-nuts or jelly-nuts and may be harvested for drinking.

Contact Us

MR.FOHAD MOTIWALA +91-98251-51142
MR.FARHAN MOTIWALA +91-98251-23130
Email Us :
Address: 4/2718, Vaniya sheri, Opp. Dena Bank,
Begumpura, Surat - 395003
India
Ph No. +91-261-2342406

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