Turmeic powder

Did you know?

Our turmeric Powder is sourced from Salem – home to the best haldi in India.
Consistent-quality curcumin content maintained in turmeric powder all-year round.
A deep-golden colour marks the authenticity of turmeric powder.

Haldi Living

In its many avatars, turmeric powder has always been a part of India's legacy. Cousin to the ginger family, our love for this condiment is proved by the fact that it has risen to being one of the most consumed spices in the country. Its deep-golden colour and earthy fragrance appeals to not only your aesthetic but olfactory senses as well.

Tata Sampann Turmeric Powder enjoys a very potent percentage of a powerful ingredient – curcumin. Flush with antioxidant properties, curcumin has been known to eliminate free radicals, helping our bodies put up a strong front against cancer, heart diseases and Alzheimer’s, amongst other maladies. It also boosts metabolism and aids in digestion, thus, validating an Indian custom observed since ages – having some haldi doodh before sleeping, to ensure good health!’

Turmeric Powder Benefits

The Tata Sampann Advantage

*Handpicked from the fields of Salem (Tamil Nadu) which produces the best haldi in India, Tata Sampann Turmeric Powder has a minimum of 3% curcumin; consistency in its quality levels is maintained throughout the year. It has all its natural oils intact which not only imparts rich flavor to haldi, but unlocks several health benefits as well. It has no artificial colour or preservatives added.

Turmeric powder, in its truest form, has a deep-golden hue to it. This sets it apart from products inferior in quality that tend to give off a colour that moves towards the lighter shades of yellow.

Health Benefits of Turmeric

  • Aids digestion
  • Helps fight against cancer and heart diseases
  • Improves brain function
  • Helps battle depression

Nutrition Guru says:

Don’t just take our word for it – try out these 3 purity tests on your haldi:

Root Test
Pink Test
Chalk Powder Test
haldi Root Test 1 1.
Take a turmeric root and place it on a piece of paper.
haldi Root Test 2 2.
Pour cold water over it.
haldi Root Test 3 3.
If it starts leaving colour, the root is impure.
haldi Pink Test 1.
Add a pinch of turmeric powder to hydrochloric acid.
haldi Pink Test 2 2.
Shake it well.
haldi Pink Test 3 3.
If the mixture turns pink, it means the powder is adulterated.
haldi chalk powder test 1 1.
Put a pinch of turmeric in a glass of warm water.
haldi Chalk Powder Test2 2.
If the sediments settle at the bottom, no worries.
haldi Chalk Powder Test 3 3.
If the water turns yellow, it contains chalk addictive.



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