Discover the essence of culinary excellence and nutritional richness with Pushti Spices and Agro International Private Limited, your trusted partner in exporting a wide spectrum of premium agro products and spices from the heartlands of agriculture to your table, we take pride in offering an extensive range, including spices peanuts, mustard oil and various other agricultural treasures.
Immerse yourself in a world of aromatic wonders with our carefully selected whole spices. Each spice is a journey in itself, capturing the essence of the regions where they flourish Beyond our flagship products. Our portfolio reflects the agricultural diversity that sustains communities and enriches lives.
Indulge in the wholesome goodness of our premium spices. Sourced from trusted growers, our spices are a testament to the natural richness and quality that define our offerings
Why you should choose Pushti Spices
We adhere to stringent quality standards, ensuring that every spice we export meets the highest benchmarks of purity, freshness, and flavor. We establish direct relationships with spice growers and farmers, cutting out intermediaries to bring you the purest and freshest spices.
With an illustrious journey spanning two decades in the dynamic world of spices, Mr. Ramlal Namdev and Mr. Bhanu Namdev stands as a seasoned professional renowned for their deep-rooted knowledge and invaluable contributions to the organization. Commencing their career in 2003, they have dedicated the last 20 years to the exploration, cultivation, and knowledge of premium spices and finally converted the family business into the private company to bring into the next level.
Welcome to Pushti
What we do
Step into a world where flavors dance, and aromas tell stories – welcome to our spice sanctuary! At Pushti Spices & Agro International Private Limited, we believe in transforming every culinary experience into a sensory masterpiece, and we invite you to embark on a journey through our exquisite collection of premium spices.
The Arachis genus, which is native to South America, particularly the regions east of the Andes such as Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, and Brazil, encompasses various wild species of peanuts. The cultivated peanuts we know today (Arachis hypogaea) are believed to have originated from a crossbreeding event between two of these wild species, namely A. duranensis and A. ipaensis. Initially, this hybridization resulted in sterile plants, but their fertility was restored through natural chromosome doubling, leading to the development of what is known as an amphidiploid or allotetraploid plant. A wild peanut variant called A. monticola, found in specific areas of northwestern Argentina or southeastern Bolivia, may have emerged from this crossbreeding process. Over time, through selective breeding, A. hypogaea was domesticated and became the cultivated peanut we rely on today.