No person shall begin or carry on the export business of any spice unless it has obtained registration under the Spice board for making such export.
The Spices Board is the regulatory and export promotion body for Indian spices under the Indian government. The Spices Board was formed in 1987 with the merger of the former Cardamom Board (1968) and the Spices Export Promotion Council (1960), under the Spices Board Act 1986. And have the responsibility of producing/developing cardamom and promoting exports of 52 spices shown in the timetable of the Act.
➲ Regulation of domestic marketing of Small & Large Cardamom and its research and development
➲ Looking for the improvement of all spices and preparing methodologies for that
➲ Organic production promotion, processing, and certification of spices
➲ North East region development for spice production
➲ Quality evaluation services
➲ Export promotion of all spices through support for:-
An application for the grant of a certificate shall be sent to the Board in such form as may be approved and shall be followed by a receipt showing the payment of the approved charge. The Board shall On receipt of such application:
Step 1 Make registration under Spice board website and get the application number
Step 2 Fill the application form online (Part I and Part II)
Step 3 Make the application fees payment through NEFT only
Step 4 After completion of form Part I and Part II generate a hard copy of the application affix sign and seal of signatory and company respectively at appropriate place and forward it to concern designated officers of the board in the concerned region along with relevant documents
Step 5 Check the status of the application after 7-10days of submission
The following are classified as Spices under the Spice Board Act, 1986:
|1. Cardamom||14. Dill||27. Pepper long||40. Marjoram|
|2. Pepper||15. Cinnamon||28. Star Anise||41. Nutmeg|
|3. Chilly||16. Cassia||29. Sweet flag||42. Mace|
|4. Ginger||17. Garlic||30. Greater Galanga||43. Basil|
|5. Turmeric||18. Curry leaf||31. Horse-raddish||44. Poppy Seed|
|6. Coriander||19. Kokam||32. Caper||45. All-Spice|
|7. Cumin||20. Mint||33. Clove||46. Rosemary|
|8. Fennel||21. Mustard||34. Asafoetida||47. Sage|
|9. Fenugreek||22. Parsley||35. Cambodge||48. Savory|
|10. Celery||23. Pomegranate seed||36. Hyssop||49. Thyme|
|11. Aniseed||24. Saffron||37. Juniper berry||50. Oregano|
|12. Bishopsweed||25. Vanilla||38. Bay leaf||51. Tarragon|
|13. Caraway||26. Tejpat||39. Lovage||52. Tamarind|
Q. Who needs to take Spice Board Registration?
A. No person shall begin or carry on the export business of any spice unless it has obtained registration under Spice board for making such export. The Spices Board is the regulatory and export promotion body for Indian spices under the Indian government. The Spices Board was formed in 1987 with the merger of the former Cardamom Board (1968) and the Spices Export Promotion Council (1960), under the Spices Board Act 1986. And have the responsibility of producing/developing cardamom and promoting exports of 52 spices shown in the timetable of the Act.
Q. Documents required for registration?
a. Application in the prescribed form (Form-1)
b. Self-attested copy of IE (import-export) code certificate
c. Registration fee in the form of crossed Demand Draft favouring “spice board”.
d. Confidential bank certificate in the prescribed format in deal cover from the banker in support of your financial status
e. Self-certified copy of Partnership deed/ Memorandum and Articles of Association as the case may be.
f. Self-certified copied of GST registration certificate.
g. Self-attested certificate issued by the directorate of industries in case of manufacturer-exporter of spices.
h. Self-certified copy of PAN card
i. Passport size photo with the white background of the CEO or the designated officer of your firm.
Q. Registration Fees Structure?
New REGISTRATION FEE
GST rate 18%
11th April 2018 onwards New Registration fees will be applicable
Q. Certificate of registration can be cancelled?
A. Registration can be suspended/cancelled under the Spices Board Act & Rules and the power delegated to Spices Board.
Q. What is the validity of the CRES?
A. Certificate of Registration as Exporter is issued for a block period of three years. The present block period commenced from 1st September 2011 and would expire on 31st August 2014. Any Certificate issued during the current block period would be valid only upto 31.8.2014
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