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Value addition of spices, the way forward – By Nanda Kohona
An Article from DailyNews - Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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The Spice Council,
No 14, Masjid Lane,
+94 11 763 5025
+94 11 268 2834
+94 11 763 5025
+94 11 268 2835
The pioneer Scientific Research & Development organization in Sri Lanka.
We are the successor to Ceylon Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research (CISIR) and comes under the purview of the Ministry of Technology and Research and is accredited as per ISO 17025:2005 and conforms to ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Standards.
Ms Manori Wijemana – Senior Deputy Dir
Tel: +94 11 237 9800
EDB is the executive arm of the Export Development Council of Ministers, which is the policy-making body of the EDB. It is headed by H.E. the President of Sri Lanka
Ms Nilminie Wanasinge - Asst Director
Tel: +94 11 230 0732
Ms Naline Colomboage - Dep Director IT
Tel: +94 11 230 5209
The International Pepper Community is an intergovernmental organization of pepper producing countries. The Community now includes Brazil, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Vietnam as full members.
ASTA, the voice of the U.S. spice industry, works to ensure clean, safe spice and address public policy on behalf of the global industry.
Official site. Part of FAO and WHO food and veterinary standards activities. With information about procedure, forthcoming activities
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Ceylon Cinnamon or True Cinnamon is indigenous to Sri Lanka. Our cinnamon, which is known since antiquity, occupies an acclaimed position among our spices.
Pepper, which is the most widely traded spice in the world, is grown mainly in the wet zone of Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka offers the highest grades of cloves such as “Hand picked” which is catered to the specialty markets in the consuming countries.