“Agriculture is an ecological system that enhances biodiversity and soil biological activity”

Prof. John Doe
University of Macau

Ethically Farmed

Our agricultural and farming process are done in international highest industrial standards while following ethical practices. We ensure that all the farming procedures are ethical.

International Standards

With assistance of experts in the agricultural sector, we strive our best to ensure that we render our agricultural and farming practices with international standards with the highest quality.

Exporting Worldwide

Due to the high entreaty from all over the world for our products, to satisfy the demand we export worldwide. We have a wide coverage of international market to ensure that our quality products reach every corner of the world.

Ethically & Naturally Farmed

Ethically & Naturally Farmed

Due to the particular geography and climate of the island, Sri Lanka has an incredible agricultural heritage.
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With International Standards

With International Standards

All our subsidiaries are governed by the International Safety Organization, HACCP, SLS and Halal Certification.

Exporting Highest Quality Tea

Exporting Highest Quality Tea

Ever since James Taylor planted the first 19 acres of Tea in Kandy, the phrase “Ceylon Tea” has become synonymous with our beautiful island.

We are Exporting Worldwide

We are Exporting Worldwide

Our current international markets include South East Asia, India,
Europe and the USA.
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Products We Export

Tea has in it elements that make it a natural anti-oxidant. It is also a refreshing beverage that may be drunk hot or iced and now comes in many natural flavours. “Tea Leaf” brings to you some of the finest tea from the choice gardens of Sri Lanka.

Known as the Spice Island, Sri Lanka was historically attractive to the Western nations for its spice riches. Sri Lankan Spices and Allied products Suppliers export the most sought-after cinnamon, pepper, cloves, cardamoms, nutmeg, mace and vanilla. These grow in abundance all over the island in fertile and diverse soil types and varying temperature conditions.
Opinion of the origin of the Areca nut is uncertain and has diverging views. Arecanut has many uses and historical records reveal that it originated in South India. Archeological evidence from Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines suggests that they have been used for four thousand years or more.
The Sri Lankan Fisheries sector boasts diverse resources of marine life species. These species range from oceanic species like yellowfin tuna, bigeye tuna, marlin, swordfish, and reef fish species like ribbon fish, jacks, parrot fish, groupers and snappers, and crustaceans such as crabs, lobsters, prawns and shrimps. Fish from Sri Lanka is exported fresh, chilled and frozen as whole fish, loins and stakes to overseas markets.
Coconut is one of the major plantation crops in Sri Lanka which accounts for approximately 12% of all agricultural produce in Sri Lanka. Total land area under cultivation is 395,000 hectares and about 2,500 million nuts are produced per year.
Organic agriculture is a sustainable form of agriculture, for both ecological and economic reasons. The development trend of Organic Agriculture in world during the past decade shows a positive growth. As an example USA and Canada are having rapidly growing Organic Food market of 20% and Europe is having 7.8% per year.
Items such as Acorus, Anise, Asafoetida, Basil, Cardamom, Cloves, Cubebs, Cumin, Dill, Fennel, Gallnut, Locorice, Mace, Musk, Nigella-Seeds, Nutmeg, Poppy, Sao, Saffron, Sarasaparilla, Tail pepper and Grit were left uncultivated and therefore even there is a very big demand for the export in Sri Lanka at present.