Alamspice Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam - Spice Exporters Manufacturers Producers


Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam

Alamspice is located at Ho Chi Minh city in Vietnam . They are Spice Exporters, Spice Manufacturers, Spice Producers of Allspice, Annatto, Black Pepper, Cassia, Cinnamon, Garlic, Ginger, Long Pepper, Onions, Red Pepper ( Chili ), Turmeric, White Pepper etc. in Ground Spice, Whole Spice forms. They also supply/ manufacture seasonings like Arabi Masala, Curry Masala Powder etc. Their main business regions are Africa, Asia, Europe, Gambia, Greece, Israel, Mexico, Middle East, North America, Philippines, Poland, Russia, South Africa, USA etc. The company achieved ASTA, FDA, HACCP, HALAL, ISO certificates. AAlamspice is established in the year 2014.

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Location Address :
No. 224, 28 Street,
Binh Tri Dong B Ward, Binh Tan District,
Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam.

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KIMTOANPHUC is a prestigious manufacturer, exporter and distributor specializing in SPICES (Black and White Pepper, Cinnamon/cassia) both whole and ground/powder. ALAMSPICE is our registered brand accepted and highly appreciated from clients all the world as America, Germany, Poland, Japan, Korea, Russia, Philippine, Ukraine, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Gambia, Taiwan, China, Israel, Greece… With the philosophy “Quality in everything we do”, our products are controlled strictly from choosing materials to producing according to HACCP and ISO 22000 standard.


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  • Major Spices

    Spice Forms Ground Spice, Whole Spice
    Seasonings / Spice Blends / Spice Mix



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