KN Agri Impex

An ISO9001:2008 certified Agriculture food products import export company

Necessity is the mother of all inventions and the history of pickles reveals the same. It all began long back when the journeys used to be long and the travellers came back home after months of voyages and travels. That was the time when it was thought of preserving food and vegetables and preparing long lasting food which could retain its taste as well as freshness.


Salt is a condiment which enables to keep everything freshened up and also avoids excessive moisturizing of the food item. Thus adding salt and vinegar helped the food item like salads and vegetables to be fresh for many days. Another idea behind this was to preserve the vegetables and fruits even after their season were over. Once it had started, every progressing second came with new revolutionizing ideas and kept on adding piles of pickling recipes and methods of preparation.


Today every part of the world possesses its own fundamental ideas regarding pickles. Not even a single vegetable is left that could escape the pickle experimentation. Although there were several other home made methods to preserve the food items like canning, drying, fermentation, smoking and sugaring, etc. however it was pickling that could take as many experiments as were possible. And the spiced up versions became extraordinarily popular than other methods of preserving food. 


In India, unripe fruits such as mangoes, Indian gooseberry, unripe tamarinds, and lemons are traditionally used. Apart from these, various vegetables such as gherkin, bitter gourd, carrots, cauliflower, ginger garlic, onion, jack fruit, and citron are also pickled. In most cases, only one vegetable or unripe fruit is used for pickling. But occasionally, a mix of two or more vegetables or unripe fruits were also made. Generally, pickles made from vegetables and unripe fruits are prepared with the utmost care so that they cannot spoil and be preserved all year long. Non-vegetarian pickles are also popular. These pickles are made from chicken, fish, prawns, and mutton.
Products
 Size of pack
 Packing in Box
Pickles
North Indian Hot Pickles
Mixed, Mango (Hot), Mango (mild), Panjabi Mango, Lime, Carrot, Green Chilli, Mango Lime, Lime Chili, Carrot Chilli Pickle 
400gm, 5000gm, 35kg
  12 - 4 - 1
Gujarati Hot Pickles 
Green Chilli (Vadhvani), Methia-Mango, Chana-Methi, Khaman-Gunda, Kerda, Garmar, Green Turmeric & Amba Haldar, Brinjal Pickle
 400gm
 12
Gujarati Sweet Pickles
Sweet Mango, Mango Chhunda, Mango Murrabba, Sweet Lime, Mango Katki, Shreaded Mango (Hot & Sweet)
  450gm
  12
 Pastes
 
 
Cooking Curried Pastes
Garlic Paste
Garlic & Ginger Paste
Ginger Paste
Curried Paste (Tikka paste, Tanduri paste)

400gm, 1000gm
400gm, 1000gm
400gm, 1000gm
400gm

12
12
12
12
   Chutneys
 
 
Primem Chutney
Hot Mango Chutney, Sweet Lime Chutney, Hot & Sweet Red Chilli Chutney, Spicy Mango, Tamarind, Tamarind & Dates Pineapple Lime Chilli Chutney, Coconut Chutney
 450gm
 12
 Sweet Mango Chutney
 450gm, 5Kg, 20Kg
 12 - 4
  Major Grey Mango Chutney
 450gm, 5Kg, 20Kg
 12 - 4