Star anise is the fruit of a small oriental tree. It is star-shaped and has five to ten pointed boat-shaped sections. These hard sections are seed pods. Star anise trees are short, compact and pleasant-looking. It has the flavour which is reminiscent of licorice. Star anise is sometimes confused with anise due to the similarity of name and flavour, but the two spices are unrelated. Export of Star Anise is done from many countries in the world. It is not only used in several dishes across the world but it also has medicinal properties. Therefore, star anise export from India is, on the rise.
Anise has several culinary applications due to its distinct flavour. It also has medicinal benefits. It is prominently used in Vietnamese, Chinese cuisine and Asian cuisine. It is widely used in soups, broths and so on. Thus, many countries do anise import from India. Anise also has many medicinal benefits. It is rich in a variety of flavonoids and polyphenolic compounds which probably contribute to its medicinal properties. Anise is also said to be useful for treating some fungal, bacterial and viral infections. Anise exporter in India exports anise across the world. Exporting food products including spices, pulses, grains can be a good business today. Due to the unique flavour of Anise and its several health benefits, it is exported across various countries in the world from India. India exports Anise to European and Asian markets including Germany, USA, France, Russia, Korea, Singapore, Japan, and the Middle East.
|Southeastern part of China and Vietnam
|Calories – 21.9(91.7 kJ)
Carbohydrate – 3.3g
|Vitamin A and C