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Farmfed Plantation

Nestled within India’s history are amazing flavors – pepper, vanilla, cardamom, clove, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and turmeric. These spices are more than just ingredients; they’ve played a big part in India’s story. They’ve added taste to our food and have been a part of our journey. But these spices also offer a chance for something exciting. The Indian spice market is like a colorful market full of opportunities. We’re excited about this and want to grow in this space. We’re focusing on growing these spices ourselves. We’re finding and making bigger spaces for them to grow. Our goal is to make these places full of life and energy, where these special spices can grow well. But it’s not just about the land. We’re also thinking about how we do this the right way. We want to take care of the environment and the people around us. We want these spices to be the best they can be.

We’re not just joining the spice business; we want to be leaders in it. We want people to know that we’re different, that we care about our spices and how they’re grown. As we move forward, our dream is to be known for growing amazing spices. With every step, we’re getting closer to this dream. We’re on a journey to make our mark in the world of spices, while remembering the special flavors that make us who we are. In short, India’s spices are like treasures waiting to be discovered. We’re excited about this adventure and invite you to come along as we celebrate the flavors of the past and the exciting path ahead.

Spices Division


at kuttikkanam, Idukki

We have a total of 600 acres of land in Idukki District for cultivation. Our tea plantation extends to 100 acres at Kuttikkanam produces good quality tea leaves.


at Kumily & Kuttikkanam, Idukki
We are successfully cultivating cardomom around 360 acres at Kumily & Kuttikkanam. 100 acres land preparation for Black Pepper & Coffee cultivation and the 30 acres of land is being used for the expansion of Farmfed tourism.


The presence of Green Cardamom within Indian cuisine serves as an unmistakable signature, imparting a sensory experience that is rich, multifaceted, and bursting with flavor. This small yet potent spice, with its origins deeply intertwined with the Indian subcontinent’s culinary heritage, encapsulates the essence of Indian cooking in a single, aromatic seedpod. 


Peppercorns are indeed the fruits of a flowering vine that belongs to the Piperaceae family. This vine, scientifically known as Piper nigrum, is renowned for producing the popular spice known as black pepper. The process of harvesting and processing these peppercorns involves a series of steps that result in the variety of pepper products we use in cooking. 


Finest coffee beans for all those coffee lovers which come with a health benefit as they provide a hefty amount of fiber, and because they have a high amount of antioxidants, specifically phenolic compounds.


Tea which is an aromatic beverage prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured or fresh leaves of Camellia sinensis, an evergreen shrub native to East Asia.