ATDC USA,LLC.,is a subsidiary of Andhra Trade Development Corporation (Pvt)Ltd., Guntur, India. which is one of the leading Indian Spice Exportes having its own manufacturing facilities.

 

ATDC USA,LLC.,has been importing high qualityIndian Spices in Bulk Packings and also in Commercial Packings. It has itsown brand under name "Andhra Style". The imported Indian Spices are being stored in its warehouse at 1935 Brandon Court, Unit-B, Glendale Heights, IL 60139, USA and distributed to its various customers.

 

ATDC USA,LLC.,can fulfill orders from its stock stored at its warehouse in Glendale Geights and can also under take orders to supply directly from its parent company in India in container loads.

 

Ordrs can be fulfilled in any type of packing as required by the customer that is in bulk packing of 25 kgs. each bag or in commercial packing of 100 grams or 200 grams or 400 grams or 800 grams. Bulk packing are done in Jute bags with polythene lining or as required by the customers. For commercial packing can be done as per the Brand Style of the customer or without brand name or in "Andhra Style" brand name. The commercial packings can be done in polypropylene bags with nitrogen flushing or without nitorgen flushing.

 

India offers a store house of cuisines with an exciting variety of flavours, tastes and visual appeals. Indian cusine is as diverse as the country itself. Several dishes are unique to certain regions, many of them culinary masterpieces.

 

There are dishes that pay tribute to the hot and sour tastes, and others that flatter the sweet palate. In several instances, summer, winter and monsoon seasons have their own special dishes.

 

The tropical regions favour foods that are low in spices and oils, while the relatively temporate parts fancy the hot and spicy fare.

 

The primary function of spices in Indian food is to improve the flavour of the dish. The primary quality a consumer normally looks for in a food is its organoleptic properties, rather than its nutritive value. Even highly nutritive food is not accepted unless it is adequately spices. It is only when pleasure to the eye and plate meets, that food becomes fully acceptable. The best chefs in the world consider flavourings and seasonings absolute necessities for achieving this objective. Even the people of the West, particularly the Europeans and the Americans, who have a tradition of bland food, have begun to appreciate the added piquancy spices impart to food.

 

Spices have also a physiological action beneficial to the human system. They help digestion in many ways by stinulating the digestive tract. Every spice used for making curries is a preservative. All of them have some antiseptic value. Many are carminative and tend to reduce flatulence..

 

Some spices are used to add colour to food, to improve its eye appeal, like turmeric in yellow rice. Spices also serve as thickening agent in the preparation of curries.