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fenugreek seeds

ProductFenugreek Seed  
HS Code09109912
Europe & Singapore (98.0%-Min to 99.5%-Max)
Packing20/25/50 Kg HDPE/PP Bag or Customized
Loading18 MT (20 FT), 26 MT (40FT)
AromaSlight bitter and pungent 
Yellowish Brown
3 mm to 5 mm
Shelf life1 Years in cool and Dry Place


        Fenugreek plant is scientifically known as Trigonella foenum-graecum L. is an annual herb with tender green leaves and cuboid, amber-yellow seeds or fruits. It belongs to the Fabaceae family and popularly also called “methi”. The early human population has identified the nutrient values of fenugreek as a perennial plant having multiple usages. The dried and fresh leaves are used as an herb, fresh sprouts with leaves and flowers as a vegetable, and the seeds as spices and preservatives. The fenugreek plant gives a fragrant aroma that is similar to clover. Its flowers are bloomed in summer into tiny, yellowish-white colored and aromatic scent. After the drying and falling of the flowers, at least 10-15 brownish-yellow seeds appear from its long and thin seed pods. The Fenugreek seeds are slightly bitter and spicy in flavor. The well-known fenugreek fries, as well as potato-fenugreek curry, is prepared using both fresh and dried leaves. The green fenugreek and sprouted seeds are also suitable for making healthy salads. In India, the fenugreek plant is one of the favorite vegetables that are even used to make parathas and chapatis. Almost all the states of India are involved in farming and consumption of fenugreek. 

        The fenugreek plants are soft and hairless herbs that grow up to 12 to 14 inches in height. The fenugreek plants that are sowed for seeds are generally matured within 3-4 months from sowing to ripping of seeds, and it is harvested when its flowers get dried and fall. Fenugreek seeds are cuboidal shaped and dry, having a diameter of 3–5 mm.  The farm laborers gather the fenugreek plants by pulling the plants off the ground using the harvesting machine. After drying the harvested plants for a week under sunlight, the fenugreek seeds are separated by shaking the dried plant with hands. The collected fenugreek seeds still contain some impurities like dry leaves, small branches, grass, and plant dust or its broken stems. These impurities are segregated via a huller or husker machine. The segregated fenugreek seeds are processed vis the sorting to get the best quality of fenugreek seeds with the highest purity level. Thereafter, a metal detection procedure is considered for detecting the presence of any metal elements. At last, the purest fenugreek seeds are then sent for final packaging or processed further for obtaining the fenugreek powder. 

        The Sky Agri Export supplies the best quality fenugreek seeds in dried forms at a bulk amount, over a given timeline and smooth export process. The company is flexible to receive customized orders from the clients in terms of quality, i.e., Premium, Best, Medium-Best, Medium quality. The Dried fenugreek seeds are in overwhelming demand in European Nations, Russia, the Middle East, Canada, and North and South America. 

Health/Medical benefits of dried fenugreek seeds in day to day consumption

Fenugreek is considered to be beneficial in several ailments related to kidney, stomach, and liver, male reproductive disorders, and diabetes problems.

Traditionally, the fenugreek seeds are helpful in bronchial problems, respiratory problems, sinus conditions, and tuberculosis. It provides relief in gout and arthritis, swollen glands, improves digestion and flatulence.

Fenugreek seeds contain a healthy amount of dietary fibers and proteins, which helps to regulate the blood sugar and secretion of insulin that controls diabetes.

Anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of fenugreek seeds help to cure viral flu, common cold, and other microbial infections.

Another significant benefit of daily usage of fenugreek seed and powder is to give the nursing mothers to be able to increase the secretion of breast milk with high protein.

Dry fenugreek seeds have an amino acid called 4-hydroxy isoleucine that decreases the body cholesterol and blood sugar levels, assists in weight loss, and prevent diabetes.

The fenugreek seeds and leaves help to boost the body immunity, overall health, and stamina levels and allows proper digestion of protein.

Culinary uses of dried fenugreek seeds 

In all the cuisines around the world, viz., Indian, Latin American, Italian, and Southeast Asian dishes, the fenugreek seeds are used as a famous curry or fry.

Home kitchens and fast food joints use the fenugreek seeds as a popular condiment.

Dry fenugreek seed is used to make high protein snacks by using in burgers, pizza, sandwiches, veg cutlets, and stews.

Fenugreek seed is applied to veg and non-veg curries or fried items like cutlets to have an aromatic flavor.

The fenugreek seeds and powder variants are considered for preparing curry powders, spice ingredients that can be used in noodles, steamed momos, and flavored tea.

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