Seervi Overseas

Mustard Seed

At Seervi Overseas, we take pride in offering a rich selection of premium mustard and sesame seeds, cultivated and harvested from the fertile lands of India. Our products are more than just commodities; they are a celebration of India’s agricultural heritage and our commitment to quality and purity.


Types Offered

Black Mustard Seeds (Brassica Nigra):

Known for their strong, pungent flavor, these seeds are essential in many spice blends and pickling recipes.

Yellow Mustard Seeds (Brassica Alba):

Milder in flavor, they are ideal for delicate sauces, dressings, and as a pickling spice.

Brown Mustard Seeds (Brassica Juncea):

These have their outer husks removed, offering a subtler flavor suitable for specific culinary needs.

Uses and Applications:

Culinary Uses:

From seasoning dishes to making mustard sauce, these seeds are versatile in culinary applications.

Medicinal Properties:

Rich in antioxidants, mustard seeds have been used in traditional medicine for their anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties.

Oil Production:

Mustard seeds are also pressed to extract mustard oil, widely used in cooking and as a massage oil in Indian households.

Quality Control:

Each batch of mustard seeds undergoes stringent quality checks and is carefully processed to maintain purity, freshness, and flavor. We ensure that our seeds are free from impurities and contaminants, aligning with international safety standards.

Packaging and Logistics: We understand the importance of preserving the integrity of our products during transit. Our mustard and sesame seeds are packaged using food-safe, moisture-resistant materials, ensuring they reach you in perfect condition. We offer various packaging options to cater to different market needs and preferences.

At Seervi Overseas, we are committed to delivering the essence of India’s rich agricultural heritage through our top-quality mustard and sesame seeds. Our products are more than just ingredients; they are a symbol of our dedication to quality, tradition, and the spirit of Indian agriculture