The journey was started in 1957

with a dream to serve the market with pure and hygienically packed spices and food products. This foresight was efficiently guided by Late. Shri. Dhannalal Jain (Kala), the founding father of JK. He was a True Visionary. He encouraged the team to work with an aim to serve the market with consistency – in quality and services. Hard work and patience paid off during the process.
JK Spices was one of the first companies to introduce Commercial packed spices in small packaging. JK Spices have installed automatic Cleaning & Bichromatic Sortex Plant of Bühler along with ETO Machines to ensure finest quality of Indian Spices are packed in JK packets.

Awareness for quality consciousness helped JK in getting ISO 9001:2000 Certified prior to the competition.

JK Spices is constantly researching and developing new product range and refining the existing ones, developing existing sectors and maximizing every opportunity in the ethnic markets worldwide.

Processing units of company are strategically located at 3 places in India at:

■ Unjha, the hub of spices at North Gujarat;

■ Kolkata – the Cultural Capital of India; and

■ Jaipur – the Pink City.

Today, it will not be wrong to say that JK Spices has created niche for itself in the market efficiently. We maintain consistency in the quality of our products through out the year. This is an extra edge to be different from the competitors. According to our many esteemed consumers “JK products just open up and pour in the food for its preparation. No need of extra attention regarding its cleanliness and quality”

JK Spices believe in implementation than just planning. The company is focused to spread its quality superiority all around the globe…

JK Spices has always taken a step forward in the CSR activities efficiently.

JK Masale follows the ideology of “Shudhata, and Swasthata”. Serving orphanages, old age homes, government schools, donating X-Ray machines, ambulances, aiding female education, constructing hospitals for animals are ways we have contributed to the environment and society.

A “Haldi ka Pandal”, an iconic attraction, was created during Durga Puja, 2018 in West Bengal, to facilitate local artist employment and promote healthy living.