We import, grind, package and sell spices, aromatic herbs, condiments, seeds and dehydrated vegetables.
We are direct importers of spices of origin. We audit spice producers from different parts of the world to ensure the quality of the products we import. We choose the most reliable producers and supplier in the market with certified products and processes in line with international food safety standards such as HACCP, ISO 9001, ISO 22000 and BRC.
Our domestic spices are the product of our work together with producers, whom we supervise to ensure the highest quality is achieved and sustained.
We have a model plant for the storage, packaging and grinding of spices, in which we comply with the standards established by the Argentine food code (CAA for its acronym in Spanish), in addition to working in compliance with our Manual of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). We are in the process of getting certified under HACCP standards.
All the products we sell are approved by ASSAL (logo) and SENASA (logo) making it possible for us to ensure our customers that they are safe for consumption.
- Microbiological and Physicochemical Analysis
- Special grain sizes (custom grinding)
- Grinding with the latest generation mill that allows greater conservation of essential oils
- CAA-enabled containers
- TACC-Free Certificates
- Ionization / irradiation
Chapter XVI of the Argentine Food Code states:
Art 1199- “Under the generic designation of spices or vegetable condiments, certain plants or parts of them are included because they contain aromatic, sapid or exciting substances used to season, flavor or improve the aroma and flavor of food and beverages.
Art 1200- “They must be genuine, healthy and respond to their normal characteristics, and be free of foreign substances and parts of the plant of origin that do not possess condiment qualities (stems, petioles, etc.). Spices can be sold whole or ground.”