Rich, mild, sweet, and flavorful Ceylon Cinnamon, also popularly known as “true Cinnamon”

Why Ceylon Cinnamon is So Quality?

Ceylon Cinnamon is native to just one region of the world, and producing it requires hours of delicate work. But not all spices labeled cinnamon are the Ceylon variety. Many in the Western market are actually cheaper types of cinnamon called cassia. It is not real Cinnamon, But Sri Lankan Cinnamon is Real Cinnamon and it called Ceylon Cinnamon. So, what makes Ceylon Cinnamon so favorable? And why is it so quality & expensive.


Yes…Marking A Moment Of Historical Significance, Sri Lanka Received Its First Ever Geographical Indication (GI) Certification When The European Union (EU) Commission On 02nd February, 2022 Granted GI Status To Ceylon Cinnamon.   Today It Is Given The Same Geographic Identity By The Trade, ‘Ceylon Cinnamon’ – Its Fine Quality Reflected In Its Grade – ‘True Cinnamon’. The Bark Is Paper Thin, Brittle, Yellowish Brown In Color, And Highly Fragrant; Far Superior To Common Cinnamon Varieties

Ceylon Cinnamon is a versatile spice that is associated with a long list of health benefits.

Cinnamon Buns, With Tea, Cinnamon Rolls. – Benefits of Ceylon Cinnamon contains anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antimicrobial effects. These properties mean Ceylon Cinnamon supports your immune health. Ceylon cinnamon was part of a study that showed it enhanced antioxidant enzyme activity. This means it may prevent or treat certain types of cancer

Product Origin in Sri Lanka

Ceylon Cinnamon is native to just one region of the world, and producing it requires hours of delicate work. Even the most skilled workers can make only a few pounds of quills a day.  But all spices labeled as Cinnamon are not the Ceylon variety. Ceylon Cinnamon is considered to be the most delicate among the major species of Cinnamon. Its flavor is more subdued, less bitter, and has a sweet finish. It has a sweet aromatic smell & taste


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  • Rich in antioxidants, Cinnamon is one of the world’s healthiest foods.
  • Cinnamon also contains polyphenols; minerals; and anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral properties—nutrients that boost immunity, balance blood sugar and support digestion.
  • Choose Ceylon—aka “true” cinnamon—instead of cassia, especially if using large quantities, to avoid liver damage.
  • Whether you add a swirl to your morning oatmeal, or sprinkle atop desserts, lattes or smoothies, the cinnamon you are using in effort to improve your health may actually be harmful, especially in large amounts! This is because the variety of cinnamon you are using is likely cassia (ordinary supermarket cinnamon), not Ceylon.
How To Buy Cinnamon?

CEYLON CINNAMON EXPORT HOLDINGS (PVT) LTD is registered export company in Sri Lanka and supply Ceylon Cinnamon and other Ceylon Spices to global trade.

If you are looking for wholesale Cinnamon and where to buy Cinnamon online? You are at the right place! Because, we supply wholesale Cinnamon at the best prices to wholesale and retail buyers, shops, hotels, restaurants, retail/grocery outlets, and Cinnamon cafes

You can buy up to 30KG from our online order. We are delivering your order by worldwide via Sri Lanka post or Courier service withing our free shipping service. We provide open tracking facility for registered articles. (Some countries do not provide open tracking facilities.) We are providing From   Alba Ceylon Cinnamon to all type of other Cinnamon Categories. This is 5 inches Cinnamon sticks  for your convenience.

However, our wholesale Ceylon Cinnamon pricing will not always be the lowest, but we will not revert to using low-quality Cinnamon to get the price down to get your order. We supply only the highest-quality and premium Ceylon Cinnamon at the most affordable and competitive prices. You are welcome to contact us at ccehpvt@gmail.com for the best custom price quote for wholesale order

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The history of Cinnamon dates back to about 2800 B.C. Cinnamon was a precious spice in the west during 14th -15th centuries and its’ primary use was to preserve meat and to retard the growth of bacteria.   The quest for Cinnamon was a major factor which led to exploration of the world in 15th century. By that time the real Cinnamon was produced in only one place, namely in Ceylon or Sri Lanka.

 The Evidence about the Cinnamon trade in Sri Lanka back to 1518. Dutch agreement (Hanguranketha agreement) signed in 14th February 1766 between the Sri Lankan king Sri Keerthi Sri Rajasinghe and the Dutch government.

Around 1518, Portuguese traders discovered cinnamon at Ceylon, present-day Sri Lanka but by 1800, Cinnamon was no longer an expensive, rare commodity, as it had begun to be cultivated in other parts of the world. When Cinnamon trees dwindled in the jungles because of excessive peeling, the Dutch took measures to cultivate Cinnamon. By 1794, there were 609 million Cinnamon trees in southwest Sri Lanka. “By the end of the Dutch rule, there were massive commercial plantations of Cinnamon along the coast. When the British occupied the island in 1815.This  Cinnamon is originally grown wild in central hill country of Sri Lanka.

The trees grow as leafy bushes, usually reaching a maximum of 3 m (10 ft) in height. They are first harvested at 3 years old and continue producing well for 40–50 years. Small side branches (1.5–5 cm; ½” to 2″ in diameter) are removed from the trees. The outer bark is removed and processed into mulch. Twigs, leaves and berries (seeds) are crushed to make cinnamon oil, a less valuable byproduct. The inner bark of the branches is loosened by being rubbed with a brass rod. The bark is then split with a brass or stainless-steel knife and peeled off as intact as possible. Long, full ‘quills’ of cinnamon are more valuable than broken pieces. These quills are then dried over several days in the shade, then in darkness. All this work is done by hand by experienced workers; this is the most expensive part of producing cinnamon spice. Finally, the dried bark is cut into sticks or ground into powder for sale to consumers.

  • Cinnamomum verum (Cinnamomum zeylanicum, also called true cinnamon tree or Ceylon cinnamon tree) is a small evergreen tree belonging to the family Lauraceae, native to Sri Lanka.

    Cinnamomum verum trees are 10–15 meters (30–50 feet) tall. The leaves are ovate-oblong in shape and 7–18 cm (3–7 inches) long. The flowers, which are arranged in panicles, have a greenish color and a distinct odor. The fruit is a purple 1 cm (½”) drupe containing a single seed.


    The old botanical synonym for the tree, Cinnamomum zeylanicum, is derived from Sri Lanka’s former name, Ceylon. Sri Lanka still produces 80–90% of the world’s supply of Cinnamon verum.

    There are several different cultivars of Cinnamomum verum based on the taste of bark.

    • Pani-Miris Kurundu
    • Miris Kurundu
    • Sevel Kurundu
    • Weli Kurundu
    • Thiththa Kurundu

    Interesting facts about Ceylon Cinnamon

    1. Color – Light brown Color,
    2. Formation – Several layers of fold like a cigar,
    3. Texture- Soft and fragile. Easy to break,
    4. Flavor & Aroma- Sweet flavor. Soft aroma,
    5. Composition-0.004% of Coumarin, Use- Safe for prolonged use.
    6. Origin- Sri Lanka
  • lowers blood pressure
  • lowers LDL cholesterol (the bad cholesterol), total cholesterol and triglycerides
  • has a regulatory effect on blood sugar levels, making it particularly helpful for people with type 2 diabetes
  • has an anti-clotting effect on the blood
  • inhibits bacterial growth and food spoilage when added to food, making it a natural food preservative
  • boosts cognitive function and memory when inhaled
  • serves as a source of manganese, fibre, iron and calcium
  • the combination of calcium and fibre in cinnamon can help to remove bile, which prevents damage to the colon and protects it from colon cancer
  • stops the growth of bacteria and fungi (such as the common yeast, Candida)
  • prevents inflammation that causes arthritispain, liver disease, and increases the risk of heart disease

Cinnamon has numerous medicinal properties that can help with a variety of health issues. It prevents heart attacks and other heart diseases, in addition to its beneficial effects on insulin resistance and ability to lower blood sugar levels. potential clients, and help convince the visitor that you are a good fit for them.

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Ceylon cinnamon is considered the healthiest type of Cinnamon because it contains no toxic compounds and is high in nutritional properties such as antioxidants, antibacterial properties and anti-inflammatory agents. potential clients, and help convince the visitor that you are a good fit for them. Please read the Cinnamon vs Casia page


Cinnamon can be eaten in a number of ways, but the most common is to sprinkle it on your casserole, dessert or tea. You can buy it in powder form or you can grind a cinnamon stick into powder by yourself.




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BALE Max, Length of Stick Is 42 cm. Bale Packed Form of Compact Bales About 25 kg to 45 kg Wrapped with Suitable Material (Gunny or Pp Bags) CHIPS Dried Bark of Unpeelable Cinnamon Stems, Branches and Trimmings Inclusive of The Outer Bark Which Has Been Obtained by Chipping or Scrapping Consist of Well Dried, Hand Pick and Clean Unpeeled Cinnamon Bark. Should Packed in The Form of Clean Bales or in Bags. CUT Cinnamon Cut to a Required Length and It’s Graded Based on Diameter. Cut Grades: C4/C4MS/CS/CSSP

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