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Spices Board Registration (CRES)

What it means?

Spice Board  has been recognized by the Government as a flagship organization for the development of Indian Spices. It act as a link between Indian exporters and the importers abroad. Having a Valid Certificate of Registration from Spices Board is mandatory for any manufacturer or merchant who is dealing with export of spices.

Punishment for Trading without Spices Board Certificate – (1) Imprisonment upto one year, (2) Fine upto one thousand rupees

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Service Price options:

Beginner

(Spice Board Registration)

From ₹5,000

Services Includes: Application Filing & Application Tracking, Delivery of Spice Board Certificate.

Validity: Valid for the 3 years.

Service Fees: Rs 5,000/- (Additional Govt. Fee starting from Rs 11,800/- will be applicable)

CA Attestation may be required on certain documents – Additional Rs 3000/- will be applicable.

Standard

(Spice Board & APEDA Registration)

From ₹10,000

Services Includes: Application Filing & Application Tracking, Delivery of Spice Board & APEDA Certificate.

Validity: Spice Board is Valid for 3 years & APEDA Valid for 5 years.

Service Fees: Rs 10,000/- (Additional Govt. Fee: For Spice Board starting from Rs 11,800 and For APEDA – Rs 6,000/- as applicable)

CA Attestation may be required on certain documents – Additional Rs 3000/- will be applicable.

All inclusive

(Spice Board, APEDA & IEC Registration)

From ₹12,500
From ₹11,500

Services Includes: Application Filing & Application Tracking, Delivery of Spice Board, APEDA & IEC Certificate.

Validity: Spice Board is Valid for 3 years, APEDA Valid for 5 years & IEC is valid for the Financial Year.

Service Fees: Rs 11,500/- (Additional Govt. Fee: For Spice Board starting from Rs 11,800 and For APEDA – Rs 6,000/- as applicable & for IEC is Rs 500)

CA Attestation may be required on certain documents – Additional Rs 3000/- will be applicable.

Documents Checklist
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Certificate of Import-Export Code issued by DGFT (IEC)
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Copy of PAN card
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GST certificate (If not available, self declaration for not having GST)
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Bank Report in the prescribed format (in bank's letter head) duly signed and sealed by the Bank
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Documents regarding the constitution of the firm

ie; Partnership deed, Memorandum and Article of Association (MoA & AoA), Certificate of Incorporation (CoI), Certificate issued by Registrar of Co-operative Society etc. & List of present Directors/Partners with contact details

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(For Manufacturer) - MSME/Udyog Aadhar/Udyam registration certificate
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(For Manufacturer) - Valid FSSAI/Pollution Control Board certificate

(Address of processing unit should be mentioned in the FSSAI/ certificate issued by Pollution Control Board)

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(For Manufacturer) - Valid Lease deed/Rent agreement – If the processing unit is rented or leased
Document Checklist
Sole Proprietorship process brief
Process Brief
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Submit Documents as per Checklist
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Documents are checked & Verified
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Application forms are filled & Submitted
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Registration Certificate Is obtained
Key Benefits
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Global Connection

Provides link between Indian Exports and Importers abroad.

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Processes and forwards foreign trade inquiries to reliable exporters.
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Manages a comprehensive and up-to-date data bank for exporters and importers.
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Organizes a common platform for interaction between Indian exporters and international buyers through participation in major international exhibitions and meetings.
Benefits of FIEO
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CRES stands for Certificate of Registration as Export of Spices.

In case of export/import of Spices/Spice products, Certificate of Registration as
Exporter of Spices issued by the Board is mandatory in addition to the IEC. Spices Board issues Certificate of Registration as Exporter of Spices [CRES] under Section 11 of the Spices Board Act.

IEC Stands for IMPORTER EXPORTER CODE

Any bonafide person/ company looking to enter import – Export business must obtain IE code.

No Import/export can be carried without IEC which forms a primary document for recognition by Govt. of India as an Exporter/
Importer

Certificate of Spices Board is issued for a block period of three years. The certificate should be renewed at the end of every block year. For example, if you obtained the certificate for 2017 to 2020, then you are required to renew your registration certificate at the end of 2020. Current block year is 2021-2024.

Yes . Tax registration is required and a photocopy of Tax regn. certificate to be
submitted along with the application. If tax is not issued to the applicant then a declaration stating that you do not have a domestic sale in spices will be accepted temporarily.

No. Only one CRES would be issued against a single IE code number. Any proprietor can have only one IEC number. In case of more branches under one IEC which need to be incorporated in the CRES, an endorsement of address would be done.

  1. Research, Development, and Regulation of domestic marketing of Small & Large Cardamom
  2. Post-harvest improvement of all spices
  3. Promotion of organic production, processing and certification of spices
  4. Development of spices in the North East
  5. Provision of quality evaluation services
  6. Export promotion of all spices through support for:
    1. Technology upgradation
    2. Quality upgradation
    3. Brand promotion
    4. Research & product development

Cardamom, Pepper, Chilly, Ginger, Turmeric, Coriander. Cumin, Fennel, Fenugreek, Celery, Aniseed, Bishopsweed, Caraway, Dill, Cinnamon, Cassia, Garlic, Curry leaf, Kokam, Mint, Mustard, Parsley, Pomegranate seed, Saffron, Vanilla, Tejpat, Pepper long, Star Anise, Sweet flag, Greater Galanga, Horse-raddish, Caper, Clove, Asafoetida, Cambodge, Hyssop, Juniper berry, Bay leaf, Lovage, Marjoram, Nutmeg, Mace, Basil, Poppy Seed, All-Spice, Rosemary, Sage, Savory, Thyme, Oregano, Tarragon, Tamarind.