Kishor Spices Company established in 1968 by late Shri. Shamji Narshi and later taken over by his son Kishor Shamji since 1975 as sole proprietor concern is in export business of Indian Black Pepper, Cochin Dry Ginger and Indian Nutmeg from India.
Company having recognition from the Government of India as registered Export House since 1988. The company has been granted the status of export house by government of India from 1st April, 2004. The company is also an ISO 9001:2008 integrated HACCP certified company since March 1998 & also IS/ISO 22000:2005 under FSMS by Bureau of Indian Standards since July 2015. Additionally the Spice Board, Government of India has conferred the organisation with Spice House certificate on the basis of facilities for cleaning, processing, grading, testing, warehousing and packaging of spices/spice products.
Company won national award Certificate of Merit in 1997 from government of India, ministry of commerce, given away by the then President of India late Shri. Shankar Dayal Sharma for outstanding export performance in spices from India for the year 1993-94
Company also won Niryat Shree award from Federation of Indian Export Organisation in the year 1996-97 for outstanding export performance in spices from India. And also again in 2016 for the outstanding export performance in Agriculture & Plantation sector during the period 2011-12 received from Honorable President of India Shri. Pranab Kumar Mukherjee.
The company also won award for excellence in spices export from India from Spices Board, and Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry Cochin.
It takes a lot to do things excellently. That too consistently. Year after year. As the natural outcome of consistent excellence, awards and accolades have come. Though Kishor Spices believes that a lot more has to come. And above all, a lot more is to be done. Like adding more products. Bringing out more value-added spices. Gaining still more markets. In its steps to realize these goals , the company is fast going in for ambitious developments. With backward and forward integration getting more emphasis. For, only that way the Company can rise upto its own expectations. Of serving its customers still better.
Indian Spices – There is nothing like them anywhere in the world, in aroma andtaste; In colour and array. Indian spices have inspired many maritime discoveries. Created and ravaged empires;, Made and marred relationships… The history of the word could very well be the history of Indian spices.
From the ancient Phoenicians, Egyptians and Persians to the Europeans and later to the Japanese and the Americans, Indian spices, especially pepper and ginger have lent a dash of life to their otherwise bland cuisines. Thereby making lives better and palatable too..
Found in abundance in the southern-most tip of India, in Kerala, pepper and ginger offer a flavoursome treat. In both array and flavour – thanks to a salubrious climate and environment