It was never suprising that Sri Lanka is blessed with the ideal natural resources and climatic conditions for the growing of a variety of Fruits and Vegetables. These delicacies are highly sought after world-wide, in the form of a variety of ready-to-serve beverages, fruit juices and pulps, dehydrated and frozen fruit, canned fresh fruit, cordial, marmalade and jam etc.
In an age, where processed food with a high amount of salt, sugar and oil is being rejected by the majority of the consumers, we aim to maintain a culture of using innovative food processing methods with nutritious ingredients, to prepare food products that are high in taste and goodness.
Sri Lankan processed foods are produced and exported to the UK, USA, Australia, Spain and the Maldives in packaged, frozen or chilled form, and bulk orders for food connoisseurs, hoteliers and others in the food trade.
Sesame Oil (Gingerly Oil)
Sesame oil is an edible vegetable oil derived from sesame seeds. Sesame oil is pressed from the tiny sesame seed.
Treacle was originally the name of a medicinal mixture which was most likely used as an antidote against poisons, in particular venomous bites. The name is derived from Old French triacle, in turn from Latin theriaca meaning “antidote to poison”.
Coconut Treacle is made by refining the sap extracted from the coconut tree. The treacle, having been refined, and manufactured in Sri Lanka, tends to have a flavor unique to the island.
Dehydrated Curry Leaves
We have dehydrated the freshest, most aromatic curry leaves that can help create authentic Indian and Sri Lankan cuisine.
After the pulverizing process has been completed, the product is packaged and labeled according to the client’s specifications. Pulverized mango can be stored for a very long time, boasting an average shelf-life of about 24 months.
It can also be used in puddings, bakery fillings, and fruit meals for children, flavors for food industry, and also to make ice cream and yogurt.
Essentially a prime table fruit, mango pulp is perfectly suited for conversion to juices, nectar, drinks, jams, fruit cheese or to be had by itself or with cream as a superb dessert.
Dehydrated Moringa Leaves
Moringa is a drought tolerant, medium-sized, evergreen tree that prefers warm, frost-free climates to flourish.
Being the largest fruit on earth, jackfruit is fat-free and a nutritious source of vitamin C and potassium. In Sri Lanka it is used in many ways: as a food staple - an alternative to the main meal, rice and as side dishes, snacks, soups, drinks, salads and a dessert.
Momordica charantia, known as bitter melon, bitter gourd, bitter squash, or balsam-pear in English, has many other local names.