What is Ceylon Cinnamon?



What is Ceylon Cinnamon? Ceylon cinnamon spice is derived from the fragrant bark of a tree that is native to the island nation of Sri Lanka. Ceylon cinnamon benefits are wide ranging. Its unique aroma and delicately pungent taste make it a favourite add-on to a variety of foods ranging from coffee to chocolate and curries. Packed with antioxidants and replete with anti-fungal, antibacterial properties, cinnamon is used extensively in oral and dental hygiene products. It’s also a natural source of antioxidants and finds use as an anti-aging supplement.

Since 1745

WHY CEYLON CINNAMON WITH US


Leading Ceylon Cinnamon Exporters



There are a number of types of cinnamon available in the market. However the two popular variants are – Ceylon and Cassia. As the name indicates, Ceylon cinnamon grows exclusively in Ceylon - as Sri Lanka as was earlier known. Recognised as the authentic variety, Ceylon cinnamon exudes a delicate spicy scent and tastes mildly sweet. The Cassia cinnamon on the other hand is a Chinese variety that lacks the superior taste, fragrance and quality of Ceylon cinnamon. No wonder, Cassia cinnamon is priced lower and more commonly available in supermarkets.

Best Practices



Our focus on quality and best practices has endeared us to customers in all parts of the world. A major factor in our success is the cooperation we have developed with the cinnamon farming community in Sri Lanka. Every batch of Ceylon cinnamon that we deliver is organically grown and USDA certified while our food safety management systems are ISO 22000 compliant. Good Management Practices and HACCP ensure that our cinnamon retains its essential traits while conforming to modern standards.

Worldwide Business



Our clients are located all over the world and so you’ll discover that our cinnamon finds pride of place on upmarket store shelves across the US and Canada in North America. Organic Ceylon cinnamon powder enjoys huge popularity among discerning customers in Europe and Asia where there’s a huge demand for the spice.