India is the only country that caters a wider SHU and ASTA specification of a buyer.
There are several varieties of Indian Chilli – the most popular are Sanam, Teja, Byadgie, 273, Wonder Hot, 334, Mundu and Tomato chillies.
Indian chillies have many uses including: food, confectionery, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, farm protection, paint manufacturing, liquor and self defense weapons.
Indian chillies are available with different levels of spiciness ranging from high to sweet. The color from deep red to light red. Harvest of the chillies in India is between Jan & April. IPM – Integrated Pest Management is an approach which is ecological to control the usage of the pesticides in chilli farming. Ipm chillies are popular in Europe and Japan for its premium quality and pricing.