|Feature||Healthy For Skin, Natural Taste|
|Packaging Type||Jute Bag, Plastic Bag|
|Drying Process||Sun Dried|
There are two dominant types of turmeric found on the world market: Madras and Alleppey, both named after the regions of production in India. The orange-yellow
flesh Alleppey turmeric is predominantly imported by the United States, where users prefer it as a spice and a food colorant. *Alleppey turmeric contains about 3.5% to 5.5% volatile oils, and 4.0% to 7.0% curcumin. In contrast, the Madras type contains only 2% of volatile
oils and 2% of curcumin* The Madras turmeric is preferred by the British and Middle Eastern markets forits more intense, brighter and lighter yellow color. The Patna variety is noted for its deep colour. Of the two types cultivated in Maharashtra, 'Lokhandi' has bright
coloured hard rhizomes and the other has light-coloured soft rhizomes. popular commercial varieties in Andhra
Pradesh are 'Duggirala' of Guntur and 'Tekurpeta' which has long, stout, smooth and hard fingers. 'Kasturi Pasupa' of the Godavari Delta, the 'Armoor' type of the Nizamabad area and the 'Chaya Pasupa' are the other important varieties of Andhra Pradesh.