Spices

Spice crops have been produced and used in Ethiopia from time immemorial. Several indigenous and exotic spice crops are cultivated widely in the country by smallholder farmers. Currently, there is a growing demand for organic spices in Europe, USA and Japan for food colouring, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, essential oil derivatives and textile industries.

Coriander

Coriander is an increasingly popular green herb in middle east and asatic cookery. The main supply comes from Bale and Gonder Ethiopian regions.

Turmeric

used as a ground spice and in curry powder, mainly as a food colouring agent as well as a colouring material in the textile industry.

Black Cumin

Black Cumin has a long history of uses for food flavours, perfumes and medicinal values. Ethiopian variety of cumin seed accumulate up to 50% thymol, a monocyclic phenolic compound.

Ginger

Ginger is a rhizome that grows underground from a seed piece. Ginger plant can grow 3-4 c.m tall.It is consumed as a delicacy, medicine, or spice.

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