Ant Commodity sends Ceylon cinnamon samples to Sri Lanka ITI to test for Coumarin. Also, conduct a wide range of tests to ensure the highest quality.
Today, we are thrilled to announce the launch of Track & Trace where the goal is to let the end-buyers of commodities and consumers know information related to the supply side of the commodity. Currently, Track & Trace provides information such as the number of farmers involved, how the money… Read More
Developing countries, such as Sri Lanka that rely on commodities to improve their economies are known as commodity-dependent countries. The problem is, commodity prices are constantly fluctuating, which leads to a great deal of uncertainty to the economy. Those most affected by this price fluctuation are the farmers. For example,… Read More
Cassava is a staple food widely consumed by half a billion people in the developing world. After rice and maize, cassava is the third largest source of food carbohydrates. There are two types of cassava: bitter for animal consumption and sweet for human consumption. Thailand is the largest producer of… Read More
Ant Commodity collects Ceylon cinnamon local prices from farmers in four cities in Sri Lanka (Galle, Matara, Ratnapura, and Kandy). All prices are quoted in FOB USD/KG (=1 Kg or 2.20462 lbs). Ant Commodity updates Ceylon cinnamon prices twice a week. Grades included are Alba, C-5 Sp, C-5, C-4, M-5, M-4, H-1,… Read More