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  Fennal Seeds (Foeniculum Vulgaee)  
     
 
 
     
  Commercial Varieties :  
     
  We can offer you the following Fennel varieties  
     
 
  • HPS: 1 to 2 % Admixture (Cleaned by Machine without dust & stone)
  • DHPS: 1 % Admixture (Supreme Quality seeds, Cleaned by Machine without dust & stone)
 
     
   Fennel Seeds : Specifications   
 
Whole
Insects
Excreta
Mammalian
Excreta
Other
Mold Insect Defiled
/Infested
Extraneous Foriegn
Matter
Ash. Max Moisture Max.
By Count By Mg./Lb. By Mg./Lb. % by
Weight
% by
Weight
% by
Weight
% by
Weight
%V / W
      (ASTA) (ASTA) (ASTA) (ESA) (ESA)
      1.00% 1.00% 0.50% 9.0%max. 12.0%max
 
     
 
ASTA Cleanliness Specification: In case of Fennel Seeds if more than 20 % of the sub samples contain any rodent, other excreta or whole insect or an average of 3mg/lb mammalian excreta, the lot must be reconditioned. 
 
     
 
USFDA (Defect Level Action): Insects (20% or more of sub samples contain insects), Mammalian excreta (20% or more contain mammalian excreta (OR) Average of more than 3 Mg of mammalian excreta per pound.
 
     
 
Others: The value of volatile oil is minimum 1% (Germany) , 2% (United Kingdom) , 3% (Netherlands) Odour: Warm sweet odour, Colour: Light green and light brownish green
 
     
   Packaging  
     
 
 Type of Bags  Quantity
 New Multi Wall Paper Bag  50 lb/ 22.68 kg
 P. P. Bag  55.12 lb / 25 kg or 110.23 lb/  50 kg
 Jute Bag  110.23 lb / 50 kg
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   Container  
     
 
 Type of Container Quantity
 20 Feet  12 -13 Metric Tonne
 40 Feet   -
 
     
   New Crop  
     
 

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   Overview  
 
 History
Fennel yields both a herb and a spice. All plant parts are edible; roots, stalks and leaves, with the spice coming from the dried seeds. A native to the Mediterranean, Fennel is an ancient and common plant known to ancient Greeks and spread throughout Europe by Imperial Rome. It is also grown in India, the Orient, Australia, South America and has become naturalized in the US. It has been called “meeting seed” by the Puritans who would chew it during their long church Services.

 
     
   Uses  
 
As a herb, fennel leaves are used in French and Italian cuisine’s in sauces for fish and in mayonnaise. In Italy fennel is also used to season pork roasts and spicy sausages, especially the Florentine salami finocchiona. It is traditionally considered one of the best herbs for fish dishes. The English use fennel seeds in almost all fish dishes, especially as a court bouillon for poaching Fish and seafood. It is used to flavour breads, cakes and confectionary.
 
     
   Growth Habits  
 
Fennel is a hardy perennial related to parsley, often cultivated as an annual, reaching height of 1.50-2.50 metres. It resembles dill, which it can cross pollinate with. It should be kept at a distance from dill because the resulting seed will have a dulled flavour. The flower heads are collected before the seeds ripen and theshed out when completely dried.
 
     
   Climate  
 
Fennel will grow in any soil, but richer the soil, the more tender the foliage, Seeds should be sown directly in the garden in the lates pring. Seedlings do not transplant well. The deep taproots are difficult to pull up, so remove unwanted seedlings while yong. The plant will self-sow generously. To maintain a continous supply of fresh leaves throughout the season, sow a few seeds every 10 Days. Fennel can be grown as an annual, although the established roots will overwinter easily.
 
     
 
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