Indian Mace Exporter

Mace is actually the lacy coating, called the aril, found on a nutmeg seed. This lacy aril is red in colour and can be removed by hand from the outer shell of the nutmeg and then dried. The Mace exporter in India exports tonnes of the product abroad from India. This Mace export from India has been increasing over the years. This may be because of the several health and medicinal benefits of Mace. The Indian Mace exporter, therefore, is earning good revenues from this export. The Mace export includes the export of various varieties of Mace.

Global Market Demand

India is the second main Mace Producing country in the world. Other mace growing countries include Indonesia, Sri Lanka and a few Caribbean Islands. For the Mace exporter in India, the US is the biggest market today. The US buyers usually prefer the east Indian type Orange-Red Mace in its whole form. Due to the various uses and benefits of mace, the Mace import from India has been on a rise over the years.


Product Name Mace
Origin Banda, Indonesia
Family Myristicaceae
Binomial name Myristica fragrans


Nutrients Calories 475 kcal
Total Carbohydrates 50.50g
Dietary Fiber 20.2g
Minerals Folate
Vitamins Vitamin A
Vitamin C
Protein 6.71 g
Fats Fat 32.38g

Uses & Benefits

Uses :

  • Culinary Mace has various health and medicinal uses. It is consumed by mouth for diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, stomach spasms and pain, and intestinal gas.
  • Culinary Mace may also be useful for treating cancer, kidney disease, increasing menstrual flow and so on.
  • Culinary Mace can also be applied to the skin to kill the pain. It is used especially for pain caused by achy joints (rheumatism).
  • Culinary In the food industry, mace is popularly used as a spice and flavouring.