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Cinnamon

Ceylon cinnamon, or Cinamomum Zylanicum, is a modestly sized, bushy, and ever green tree native to Sri Lanka. Due to its distinctive quality, color, flavor, and aroma, cinnamon farmed and produced in Sri Lanka has built a solid reputation on the global market.

The distinctive flavor of cassia is attracted by the distinctive way that cinnamon is processed and preserved. Cinnamon quill preparation is a uniquely Sri Lankan combination of art and ability that has been passed down from generation to generation over many years.We provide a selection of premium cinnamon products to meet your needs for both retail and wholesale. Made from hand-selected cinnamon that was grown in Sri Lanka’s perfect conditions, we guarantee the highest grades, best quality, and hygiene.

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Cinnamon

Ceylon cinnamon, or Cinamomum Zylanicum, is a modestly sized, bushy, and ever green tree native to Sri Lanka. Due to its distinctive quality, color, flavor, and aroma, cinnamon farmed and produced in Sri Lanka has built a solid reputation on the global market.

The distinctive flavor of cassia is attracted by the distinctive way that cinnamon is processed and preserved. Cinnamon quill preparation is a uniquely Sri Lankan combination of art and ability that has been passed down from generation to generation over many years.We provide a selection of premium cinnamon products to meet your needs for both retail and wholesale. Made from hand-selected cinnamon that was grown in Sri Lanka’s perfect conditions, we guarantee the highest grades, best quality, and hygiene.

Pepper

The most popular spice in the world and identity “King of Spices” is pepper. South Asia is home to the pepper crop, however historical records indicate that it actually originated in South India. Peppercorns were a highly valued trade product that were utilized as a type of commodity money and were frequently called “black gold.”
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Pepper

The most popular spice in the world and identity “King of Spices” is pepper. South Asia is home to the pepper crop, however historical records indicate that it actually originated in South India. Peppercorns were a highly valued trade product that were utilized as a type of commodity money and were frequently called “black gold.”
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Cloves

The dried reddish-brown flower buds known as “clove” are from a tree in the Myrtaceae plant family by the name of Syzygium aromaticum. These manually separated flower buds are then sun-dried, winnowed, and graded in order to maximize their utility. Our clove harvests, which are those of many Sri Lankan exporters, are abundant and in high demand because they have a high volatile oil content that ranges from 19.5% to 23.4%.
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Cloves

The dried reddish-brown flower buds known as “clove” are from a tree in the Myrtaceae plant family by the name of Syzygium aromaticum. These manually separated flower buds are then sun-dried, winnowed, and graded in order to maximize their utility. Our clove harvests, which are those of many Sri Lankan exporters, are abundant and in high demand because they have a high volatile oil content that ranges from 19.5% to 23.4%.

Cardamom

Cardamom is frequently used in both savory and sweet foods and is also referred to as the “Queen of Spices.” The white and green kinds of cardamom are primarily imported from Sri Lanka, despite the fact that the spice originates originally from India.The Ceylon cardamom is extremely unique and is a special byproduct of our climate and geography; the green variety has a distinct flavor. It has numerous uses besides flavoring food, including those as a natural preservative, a beauty product, and a source of health advantages for the pharmaceutical business.
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Cardamom

Cardamom is frequently used in both savory and sweet foods and is also referred to as the “Queen of Spices.” The white and green kinds of cardamom are primarily imported from Sri Lanka, despite the fact that the spice originates originally from India.The Ceylon cardamom is extremely unique and is a special byproduct of our climate and geography; the green variety has a distinct flavor. It has numerous uses besides flavoring food, including those as a natural preservative, a beauty product, and a source of health advantages for the pharmaceutical business.
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Ginger

Ginger is a fibrous, knobby root with smooth, light brown skin that has a gloss to it. White makes up the flesh of the root. Cakes, pastries, breads, and beverages all taste delicious when ginger root is used as a flavoring. It is very tasty in fruit dishes and sauces, and Asian cuisine frequently makes heavy use of it.Ginger plants have significant genetic variety in the tropical rainforests of Southern Asia, ranging from the Indian subcontinent. Ancient Greeks and Romans utilized ginger, one of the first spices to be exported from the Orient, when it arrived in Europe during the spice trade.
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Ginger

Ginger is a fibrous, knobby root with smooth, light brown skin that has a gloss to it. White makes up the flesh of the root. Cakes, pastries, breads, and beverages all taste delicious when ginger root is used as a flavoring. It is very tasty in fruit dishes and sauces, and Asian cuisine frequently makes heavy use of it.Ginger plants have significant genetic variety in the tropical rainforests of Southern Asia, ranging from the Indian subcontinent. Ancient Greeks and Romans utilized ginger, one of the first spices to be exported from the Orient, when it arrived in Europe during the spice trade.

Turmeric

One of the world’s most potent nutritional supplements is turmeric. The primary active component of turmeric is curcumin. Because of its unique anti-inflammatory and antioxidant characteristics, it is a highly special spice. It also offers a long variety of uses and advantages. Additionally, due to its increased curcumin concentration, Sri Lankan turmeric is considered to be the highest quality turmeric available. Additionally, turmeric powder is used in many cosmetic goods as well as in the pharmaceutical business as a natural coloring agent. Turmeric is an ubiquitous spice in all South Asian homes.
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Turmeric

One of the world’s most potent nutritional supplements is turmeric. The primary active component of turmeric is curcumin. Because of its unique anti-inflammatory and antioxidant characteristics, it is a highly special spice. It also offers a long variety of uses and advantages. Additionally, due to its increased curcumin concentration, Sri Lankan turmeric is considered to be the highest quality turmeric available. Additionally, turmeric powder is used in many cosmetic goods as well as in the pharmaceutical business as a natural coloring agent. Turmeric is an ubiquitous spice in all South Asian homes.
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Mace

The dry outer aril that tightly encases the nutmeg kernel is this spice. Even though they both come from the same fruit, nutmeg and mace are regarded as separate spices. Compared to nutmeg, mace has a stronger scent. It has a stronger flavor and is hotter than nutmeg. The flavor, color, and perfume that mace provides may be found in kitchens and restaurants all around the world. Despite the fact that nutmeg and mace have comparable purposes in recipes, they are almost ever combined.We export Special Grade-1 Mace and Grade-2 Mace, two different grades of mace from Sri Lanka.

Some antioxidants, essential oils, minerals, and vitamins are included in it. Compared to nutmeg, mace has a very distinct nutritional profile. It includes less calories but higher quantities of calcium, iron, vitamin A, vitamin C, carotenes, and essential oils. The active ingredients in mace spice have a wide range of therapeutic uses in traditional medicine, including antifungal, antidepressant, aphrodisiac, digestive, and carminative effects.

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Mace

The dry outer aril that tightly encases the nutmeg kernel is this spice. Even though they both come from the same fruit, nutmeg and mace are regarded as separate spices. Compared to nutmeg, mace has a stronger scent. It has a stronger flavor and is hotter than nutmeg. The flavor, color, and perfume that mace provides may be found in kitchens and restaurants all around the world. Despite the fact that nutmeg and mace have comparable purposes in recipes, they are almost ever combined.We export Special Grade-1 Mace and Grade-2 Mace, two different grades of mace from Sri Lanka.

Some antioxidants, essential oils, minerals, and vitamins are included in it. Compared to nutmeg, mace has a very distinct nutritional profile. It includes less calories but higher quantities of calcium, iron, vitamin A, vitamin C, carotenes, and essential oils. The active ingredients in mace spice have a wide range of therapeutic uses in traditional medicine, including antifungal, antidepressant, aphrodisiac, digestive, and carminative effects.

Nutmeg

Uses of Ceylon nutmeg play a crucial role in culinary as it raises the level of many famous meals from over the world. Nutmeg is the oval-shaped seed of the nutmeg tree, while mace is the red coating that surrounds the shell of the nutmeg seed.Since nutmeg loves milder weather, Sri Lanka’s central regions make the best places for it to thrive. Nutmeg as an ingredient also benefits the beverage, fragrance, and pharmaceutical industries.
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Nutmeg

Uses of Ceylon nutmeg play a crucial role in culinary as it raises the level of many famous meals from over the world. Nutmeg is the oval-shaped seed of the nutmeg tree, while mace is the red coating that surrounds the shell of the nutmeg seed.Since nutmeg loves milder weather, Sri Lanka’s central regions make the best places for it to thrive. Nutmeg as an ingredient also benefits the beverage, fragrance, and pharmaceutical industries.
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Curry Leaves

Curry leaves have been likened to citrus, asafoetida, anise, and lemongrass due to their powerful aroma and flavor. Curry leaves have a mild, somewhat spicy bite and nutty scent when cooked. The leaves, roots, and bark of this plant are all beneficial. The leaves have long been prized for their distinct flavor and culinary utility, but they also have a variety of health advantages that make them quite desirable. Depending on the desired application, the leaves can either be dried or fried. For both culinary and herbal remedies, the fresh version is likewise highly well-liked.

The majority of people discard the curry leaves while eating their soup or curry because they believe that they are merely provided for flavor. They offer a multitude of health benefits without any negative side effects, but they are far more significant than many people believe.Carbohydrates, fiber, calcium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, copper, and other minerals are the primary nutrients present in curry leaves. Aside from antioxidants, plant sterols, amino acids, glycosides, and flavonoids, they also include different vitamins, including vitamin B3 (nicotinic acid), vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B, and vitamin E.

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Curry Leaves

Curry leaves have been likened to citrus, asafoetida, anise, and lemongrass due to their powerful aroma and flavor. Curry leaves have a mild, somewhat spicy bite and nutty scent when cooked. The leaves, roots, and bark of this plant are all beneficial. The leaves have long been prized for their distinct flavor and culinary utility, but they also have a variety of health advantages that make them quite desirable. Depending on the desired application, the leaves can either be dried or fried. For both culinary and herbal remedies, the fresh version is likewise highly well-liked.

The majority of people discard the curry leaves while eating their soup or curry because they believe that they are merely provided for flavor. They offer a multitude of health benefits without any negative side effects, but they are far more significant than many people believe.Carbohydrates, fiber, calcium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, copper, and other minerals are the primary nutrients present in curry leaves. Aside from antioxidants, plant sterols, amino acids, glycosides, and flavonoids, they also include different vitamins, including vitamin B3 (nicotinic acid), vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B, and vitamin E.

Red Chillies

Chili peppers are frequently used as a spice to add “heat” to foods in many different cuisines. When consumed or applied, capsaicin and related chemicals known as capsaicinoids are what give chili peppers their intensity. In the dry zone, notably in the north central province and the intermediate zone, a significant amount of under chilli is grown. Our high-quality chillies have a desirable red color and a pungency that gives them a spicy flavor.
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Red Chillies

Chili peppers are frequently used as a spice to add “heat” to foods in many different cuisines. When consumed or applied, capsaicin and related chemicals known as capsaicinoids are what give chili peppers their intensity. In the dry zone, notably in the north central province and the intermediate zone, a significant amount of under chilli is grown. Our high-quality chillies have a desirable red color and a pungency that gives them a spicy flavor.
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Vanilla

Vanilla is a member of the orchid family, and its genus is Vanilla planfolia. Few types of vanilla, such Bourbon vanilla, Vanilla tahitensis, and Vanilla pompon, are in significant demand from end users on the global market. Vanilla’s active component, vanillin, is what gives products their flavor. The increased vanillin concentration in Sri Lankan vanilla attracts the highest pricing from consumers in the global market. In the wild, the green pod must be harvested before it reaches full maturity.
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Vanilla

Vanilla is a member of the orchid family, and its genus is Vanilla planfolia. Few types of vanilla, such Bourbon vanilla, Vanilla tahitensis, and Vanilla pompon, are in significant demand from end users on the global market. Vanilla’s active component, vanillin, is what gives products their flavor. The increased vanillin concentration in Sri Lankan vanilla attracts the highest pricing from consumers in the global market. In the wild, the green pod must be harvested before it reaches full maturity.

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