Cinnamon spice is one of the highly prized items that has been in use since biblical times for its fragrance, medicinal and culinary properties. This delightfully exotic, sweet-flavored spice traditionally obtained from the inner brown bark of Cinnamomum trees which when dried rolls into a tubular-sticks, known commercially as "quill." The cinnamon plant is a small, evergreen bushy tree belonging to the family of Lauraceae or Laurel of the genus, Cinnamomum. This novel spice is native to Sri Lankan island but also grow in many other countries such as Indonesia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, India, China.
We Supplies, stocking and Exporters of Indian Spices from Kerala ,Tamil Nadu,Karnataka India. We have tie-ups with reputed Planters,Farmers,vendors... who process Indian Spices under the most sanitary conditions. We employ stringent quality checking and assure that the Spices are free from all sorts of dirt and impurities. We provide all types of packing's too, All at most affordable rates.
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Standard Technical Specifications of Cassia –
Color – Dark Yellow- Light brown
Moisture – Max 13%
Volatile Oil – 1-3.5%
Ash Content – Max 5%
Sand Silica Content – Max 1%
Cassia A Sticks –

1 x 20’fcl – 8 - 9mt
1 x 40’fcl – 18 - 19mt

Cut Sticks are packed in 1kg plastic packets, put into 20kg or 25kg strong cartons.
Long A Sticks are packed in 50kg net PP bales.
Broken Cassia chips are packed in 50kg net PP bags.
Ground Cassia is packed in 25kg net Kraft paper bags with inner polythene.

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