ORIGINAL CEYL N PRODUCTS
Sri Lanka was historically attractive to the Western, Middle Eastern & Asian nations for its spice riches. Nature spices deliver the most authentic spice production variety such as cinnamon, pepper, cloves, cardamoms, chili, curry powder, tamarind & many more.
These grow in abundance all over the island as fertile and diverse soil types and varying temperature conditions.
Nature Spices was incorporated in 1999 with a view of supplying high quality spices to local consumers. From day one, we focused on quality, grate taste and smell without adding any preservatives or additives.
We were one of the first companies to offer spices in multi-colour printed, food grade bags.
Our high quality product is a result of careful planning and executing of GMP certified process at our purpose build factory. We believe in high quality raw material producing highest quality output.
OUR AUTHENTIC PRODUCTION
Nature Spices are a brand coming from a GMP approved company established in Sri Lanka (Formerly known as Ceylon).
We originate from a country with a long history and famous for quality spices; thus Nature Spices have the capacity of supplying the genuine and highest quality spices grown in our native soil.
This is where all the magic happens and the secret of Nature Spices to become the taste of the nation.
More than 20,000 sq.ft purpose built factory located in a serene environment is fully GMP certified.
We use manual labor for cleaning, washing and sorting our raw materials. We ensure the automated machines receive highest quality chili, pepper, cloves, cinnamon, etc.., without any unwanted particles.
Currently, we supply our products to largest super market chains locally, both as ‘Nature Spices’ brand as well as private labeled packages on a regular basis.
We contemplate to exports our high quality spices into Australia, Canada, USA, Cyprus, Italy, UK, Japan, Korea & Middle Eastern countries such as UAE, as well as to Maldives, Qatar, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia where a large number of Sri Lankan, Asian & European expatriate migrant workers and natives who value the Sri Lanka quality spice.