Thawalama, Sri Lanka
Other Name/s: Sri Lanka Cinnamon, True Cinnamon, Pure Ceylon Cinnamon, Cinnamomum Verum, Ceylon Canela & Mexican CinnamonCountry of Origin: Sri Lanka (Ceylon)
Country of Origin: Sri Lanka (Ceylon)
Grade/s: Grading Cinnamon is based on the diameter of quills, number of quills per Kilogram and extent of foxing.
Ceylon cinnamon Alba is the most expensive grade in the Ceylon cinnamon family. The diameter of Alba quills is 6mm maximum. Available in cut form.
- C5 Extra special, C5 special, C5, C4, C3
Available in cut and bale forms. The diameter of C quills varies from 6-19mm.
- M5, M4
Available in cut and bale forms. The diameter of M quills is 16mm maximum.
- H1, H2 Special, H2, and H3
H2 Speical, H2 and H3 are available in cut and bale forms. The diameter of H quills varies from 23-38mm.
Please refer our “Ceylon Cinnamon Sri Lanka Standards” post to understand how we do the grading and the standard we follow: http://126.96.36.199/ceylon-cinnamon-sri-lanka-standards/.
What is Ceylon Cinnamon? Ceylon cinnamon is native to Sri Lanka (Ceylon). Sri Lanka is the world’s largest producer of Ceylon cinnamon to the world. Ceylon cinnamon has a pale brown to slightly reddish color and a delicate, sweet flavor. Ceylon cinnamon is the safest cinnamon in the world due to a lower level of Coumarin (0.017g/ Kg.)
Packing & Loading Capacity:
Ceylon cinnamon bale :
Length is 42 cm, wrapped in gunny/ Pp bags.
20 ft. container : 7 MT : 25 Kg bale
40 ft. container: 15.846 MT: 22.68 kg bale
Ceylon cinnamon cut:
Cut size varies from 6 cm to 18 cm, poly wrapped and stored in coagulated cardboard boxes.
Relevant Sri Lanka Standards:
SLS 81: 2010 Sri Lanka Standard for Specification for Ceylon Cinnamon
Grading Cinnamon based on the diameter of quills, number of quills per Kilogram and extent of foxing.
SLS 1327: 2008 Code of Hygienic Practice for Spices and Other Dried Aromatic Plants
Value Added Products We Do:
Private label spices bottles and bags
Cinnamon tea (diabetic tea)
Organic [USDA, EU, and Korean] [Optional]
Country of Origin
Other certificates request
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