We are a leading and pioneering Company
that specializes in the export of a range of Syrian Agricultural Crops. We are supplier of Spices, pulses, in addition to a wide variety of foodstuffs.

Sales are done through anetwork of agents
or brokers throughout the world , namely in USA and Europe, Asia.

We take pride in the quality of our goods.
Ammar Ghadban Trading Co. is confident that we are able to supply goods up to market demand.

We are exporter of a wide selection of organic spices such as cumin seeds, anise seeds, coriander seeds, caraway seeds, black cumin seeds and many other items of spices.
Ammar Ghadban Trading Co is ready to export a wide selection or organic spices and we remain at your disposal to provide you with quotation or any other information you deem necessary noting that we offer competitive pricing, timely shipment and packaging options that suits your requirement.

Anis seeds

Anise seeds is an annual, aromatic Mediterranean herb from the parsley family, cultivated for its seed-like fruits and the oil obtained from them and used to add flavor to foods, liqueurs and candies.
Ammar Ghadban Trading Co delivers natural and organic anise seeds. We guarantee the quality and purity of our product and we have the capacity to provide you with needed quantity of anise seeds of Syrian origin.

Black Seeds(Nigella Sativa)

Black cumin seed derives from a plant with the botanical name Nigella sativa. Black Cumin seeds are one of the most revered medicinal seeds in history. Nigella Sativa has a very little aroma but is carminative.
Ammar Ghadban Trading Co is able to provide and export very big quantities of black cumin seeds.

Caraway seeds

Caraway seeds are strongly aromatic and warm. Caraway seed plant is actually the fruit of a biennial herb from the parsley family.
Caraway seeds are widely used in bread, biscuits and cookies, or in salads and other vegetable dishes.
Ammar Ghadban Trading Co exports Caraway seeds bagged and packed according to your requirements. The quality of our products satisfies international standards.

Coriander seeds

Coriander seeds, are the seed of coriandrum sativum, which belongs to the parsley family.
The coriander seeds are almost round in shape and brown to yellowish red in color. Coriander is widely grown in Syria.
Our Coriander is widely known by the most excellent quality.

Cumin Seeds

Cumin seeds are the seeds of Cuminum, which belongs to the parsley family. Cumin seeds are pale green in color and elliptical in shape with deep furrows. They have a penetrating flavor and aroma.
We deliver natural and clean cumin seeds and we are able to provide very big quantities of them in the convenient packaging and export them worldwide.

is a species in the genus Foeniculum (treated as the sole species by many botanists), and is native to southern Europe (especially the Mediterranean) and southwestern Asia. It is a member of the family Apiaceae, formerly the Umbelliferae.
It is a highly aromatic perennial herb, erect, glaucous green, and grows to 2 m tall. The leaves grow up to 40 cm long; they are finely dissected, with the ultimate segments filiform, about 0.5 mm wide. The flowers are produced in terminal compound umbels 5–15 cm wide, each umbel section with 20–50 tiny yellow flowers on short pedicels. The fruit is a dry seed from 4–9 mm long, half as wide or less, and grooved.
Fennel is used as a food plant by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including the Mouse Moth and the Anise Swallowtail.


is a native to India and southern Europe. For centuries it has grown wild in India, the Mediterranean and North Africa. where it is mainly cultivated. A limited crop grows in France. It was used by the ancient Egyptians to combat fever and grown in classical times as cattle fodder. Commercially, it is used in the preparation of mango chutneys and as a base for imitation maple syrup. In India it is used medicinally, and as a yellow dyestuff. It is also an oriental cattle fodder and is planted as a soil renovator. In the West, fenugreek’s therapeutic use is now largely confined to the treatment of animals, though historically. it has been used in human medicine. The name derives from the Latin ‘Greek hay” illustrating its classical use as fodder.
Spice Description
Fenugreek is the small stony seeds from the pod of a bean-like plant. The seeds are hard, yellowish brown and angular. Some are oblong, some rhombic, other virtually cubic, with a side of about 3mm (1/8”). A deep furrow all but splits them in two. They are available whole and dried , or as a dull yellow powder, ground from the roasted seeds.
Bouquet: Warm and penetrating, becoming more pronounced when the seeds are roasted. Ground, they give off a ‘spicy’ smell, pungent, like an inferior curry powder which would probably contain too much fenugreek.
Flavour: Powerful, aromatic and bittersweet, like burnt sugar. There is a bitter aftertaste, similar to celery or lovage.


There are many alternative spellings for this spice; mahlab, mahalab, mahleb, mahlebi or mahaleb. All of these names refer to an unusual fragrant spice made from the stones of a small, black cherry tree that grows wild in the Mediterranean region across to Turkey. It was first used for perfumes in the Middle East and Turkey, where it later became popular as a spice for flavouring breads. The world's major producer of Mahlab is now Iran, followed by Turkey and Syria..
Spice Description
Mahleb is the dried kernel of a small cherry stone. It is oval, about 5mm (3/16") long, buff-coloured with a finely wrinkled skin and a cream-coloured interior. The powdered spice is yellowish, similar to the colour to mace. Mahleb is not readily available outside the Middle East, though you may find it in Greek or Middle Eastern markets.
Bouquet: quite sweet with notes of cherry and almond. Some describe it as resembling marzipan.
Flavour: a combination of fragrant rosewater-like sweetness and a nutty and faintly bitter, but not unpleasant aftertaste

Sumac (سماق)

This spice comes from the berries of a wild bush that grows wild in all Mediterranean areas, especially in Sicily and southern Italy, and parts of the Middle East, notably Iran. It is an essential ingredient in Arabic cooking, being preferred to lemon for sourness and astringency. Many other varieties of sumac occur in temperate regions of the world. In North America Rhus glabra is known for its use in the tanning industry and for its medicinal properties. Also in North Americai is the related Rhus toxicodendron (poison ivy) which can cause a severe skin reaction when touched.
Spice Description:
The berries are dried and crushed to form a coarse purple-red powder. The whole fruit appears in dense clusters. Individual berries are small, round, 10 mm (1/4”) in diameter, russet coloured and covered with hairs.


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