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Lucky Leather Stores

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Supplier From Sri Lanka
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Sep-01-20
Apr-23-23
Alfalfa Hay

Alfalfa, also called lucerne, is a perennial flowering plant in the legume family Fabaceae. It is cultivated as an important forage crop in many countries around the world. It is used for grazing, hay, and silage, as well as a green manure and cover crop. The name alfalfa is used in North America.

Alfalfa hay is an excellent source of energy, protein, calcium, and some other nutrients for horses. Its concentrations of protein and calcium meet the nutrient needs of horses in high levels of production, such as growth and lactation, but exceed the nutrient requirements of horses in other life stages.

Used widely in animal feed, it is able to provide a nutrient-rich source in commercial animal production.

MOQ: 40ft Container

Supplied from Kenya, Spain, the United States, etc.


Anthracite Coal

The highest rank of coal. It is a hard, brittle, and black lustrous coal, often referred to as hard coal, containing a high percentage of fixed carbon and a low percentage of volatile matter.

The principal use of anthracite today is for domestic fuel in either hand-fired stoves or automatic stoker furnaces. It delivers high energy per its weight and burns cleanly with little soot, making it ideal for this purpose. Its high value makes it prohibitively expensive for power plant use.

Due to fewer impurities and the highest calorific value, the global demand for anthracite has increased, increasing the anthracite mining market. Compared with other coal types, anthracite has less residue and impurities after combustion, and the flue gas is negligible, making it an efficient fuel.

MOQ: 25,000 MT

Supplied from Indonesia, Australia, and Russia.


May-19-23
Avocado Jumbo

Jumbo is a local avocado variety native to East Africa. This naturally occurring variety is heavier than Hass and Fuerte's counterparts.

Although it is usual to experience less taste when it comes to larger fruits, the jumbo avocado seems to have a different logic altogether. They are very fleshy, creamy, and tasty with high-fat content. A definite complete meal.

MOQ: 5 MT

Supplied from Kenya, Uganda, and South Africa.


Avocado Pinkerton

Pinkerton avocados have an elongated pear shape with green, slightly pebbled, medium-thick, and easy-to-peel skin. The large fruits vary greatly in size, ranging from 8 to 18 ounces. Their flesh is smooth and creamy, high in oil content, and houses a very small seed, and their flavor is nutty and rich. The medium-sized spreading Pinkerton avocado tree is known to be a heavy and early producer, and unlike most fruits, the avocado does not ripen on the tree and can actually be stored on the tree for several months before harvesting.

Like all avocados, Pinkerton avocados are botanically classified as berry. They are scientifically named Persea Americana, and they belong to the Lauraceae, commonly known as the laurel, family, which also includes camphor, cinnamon, sassafras, and the California laurel.

MOQ: 5 MT

Supplied from Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Kenya and Uganda.


May-19-23
Hass Avocado

Hass Avocado Over the years, the avocado has been called an alligator pear, custard apple, butter pear and vegetable pear. The name alligator pear originated from a the specimen that has a rough skin similar to the hide of our Everglades beast of the swamps.

The Hass avocado is a variety of avocados with dark green, bumpy skin. It was first grown and sold by Southern California mail carrier and amateur horticulturist Rudolph Hass, who also gave it his name.

Owing to its taste, size, shelf-life, high growing yield, and in some areas, year-round harvesting, the Hass cultivar is the most commercially popular avocado worldwide.

MOQ: 10 MT

Supplied from Colombia, Ecuador, Kenya, Uganda, Vietnam and Indonesia.


Avocado Fuerte

Fuerte Avocado The Fuerte avocado is often recognized as the archetypal avocado, green in color, pear-like in shape, and ranging from six to twelve ounces in size. It has smooth, medium-thin skin that peels easily, with dense, pale green flesh. It is marginally oily with a rich, creamy flavor and notes of hazelnut, and it is still considered by many to be the best-tasting avocado.

The Fuerte avocado tree is large and spreading, one of the more cold-hardy varieties and the leaves have a strong anise smell when crushed. The fruit set of the tree is irregular, as some trees never seem to have much fruit while others are productive, and it has a tendency to alternate in bearing, producing an adequate crop every other year, depending on the weather at setting time, along with other factors.

The name Fuerte, meaning strong or hardy in Spanish, was given to this variety because it survived the great freeze of 1913 in Los Angeles, California.

Fuerte Avocados are medium in size, long-shaped fruit with green, leathery, easy-to-peel skin. Eat fresh or make guacamole, as Fuerte have a nice creamy and delicious flavor. Avocado trees are subtropical plants and have large leaves.

MOQ: 10 MT

Supplied from Colombia, Ecuador, Kenya, Uganda, Vietnam, and Indonesia.


Bamboo Shades (Bamboo Blinds)

Besides bamboo being edible (well, as far as pandas are concerned), bamboo window treatments are made from the natural fibers of the bamboo plant. Woven wood treatments are made from a combination of bamboo, rattan, jute, grasses, and reeds to create a variety of color options.

Speaking of color, good to know that seasons can change the color of these natural reeds, grasses, etc. If you are doing more than one window, we recommend ordering or purchasing all of the blinds you will need for the same room at the same time to avoid possible dye lot changes. Can be coated with varnish or water-based applications for outdoor long-lasting use. Also can be painted in any color as per the requirement.

MOQ: 10 MT

Can be supplied from China, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Thailand.


Bamboo Utensils

Bamboo is an excellent material for cooking utensils. It is strong and durable, yet lightweight, which makes it easy to use. Bamboo cooking utensils are also heat-resistant, so you can use them for a variety of cooking tasks.

Cutlery like spoons, forks, chopsticks, and other similar items, crockery like plates, dishes, cups, and other similar items, bamboo cloth hand towels, etc..., are some of the versatile products that are made from bamboo.


May-17-23
Bamboo Pole

Bamboo is a diverse group of mostly evergreen perennial flowering plants making up the subfamily Bambusoideae of the grass family Poaceae.

Bamboo is versatile and has notable economic and cultural significance in South Asia. and East Asia. being used for building materials, as a food source, and as a raw product and depicted often in arts, such as in bamboo paintings and bamboo work.

Bamboo like wood is a natural composite material with a high strength-to-weight ratio useful for structures. Bamboo's strength-to-weight ratio is similar to timber and its strength is generally similar to a strong softwood or hardwood timber.

A bamboo pole is called a culm. It is the telescopic extension of the emerging shoot and grows to full height at a rapid rate that can exceed a metre a day.

The external surface is polished and extremely hard being coated with a protective screen of wax and silica. Peripheral culm tissue is a dense matrix of elongated cellulose plant fibres cemented together by a substance called lignin to provide a strong and very flexible pole.

MOQ 1 20ft Container

Supplied from Vietnam, Indonesia, China and India.


Natural Baskets

Bamboo is a remarkable material. Besides being eco-friendly, they also offer various other benefits, including being lightweight, durable, stain and odor resistant, affordable and stylish. They're chemical-free and has natural antibacterial and antimicrobial properties bamboo dinnerware is healthy, safe to eat from and child-friendly.

Rattan is a flexible and natural material that can be weaved into many different things, including furniture. There are over 600 species of rattan in the world, and Cane-line uses the best and strongest species, namely the Manau rattan. Cane-line has worked with rattan for decades, and a significant part of the product range is therefore designed in rattan. Many consumers have opened their eyes to the fine natural materials and especially the more responsible choice.

Both Bamboo and Ratan can be used to weave baskets which are environmentally friendly and also looks great.

Supplied from Vietnam, China, Indonesia, Philippines or Thailand.


Bamboo Chopsticks

Bamboo is an excellent material for cooking utensils. It is strong and durable, yet lightweight, which makes it easy to use. Bamboo cooking utensils are also heat-resistant, so you can use them for a variety of cooking tasks.

Cutlery like spoons, forks, chopsticks, and other similar items, crockery like plates, dishes, cups, and other similar items, bamboo cloth hand towels, etc..., are some of the versatile products that are made from bamboo.

Bamboo chopsticks are non-toxic, healthy, and safe to use as bamboo has natural antibacterial and antimicrobial properties and they also donot cause environmental pollution.
Supplied from Vietnam, China, Indonesia, India or Sri Lanka.


Rattan Webbing Roll

This material is pre-woven and can be used in a number of applications, including some Commercial Projects, but is more commonly used in chair seats and door panels.

Rattan Webbing is generally used for DIY re-caning chair seats and backs. You can apply shellac, stain or paint to finish, however leaving the Rattan Webbing in its natural state is best. The webbing however will darken slightly with age and sunlight.

Can be supplied in different widths as per requirement.

MOQ: 5 MT

Can be supplied from China, Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand.


May-17-23
Banana

A banana is an elongated, edible fruit botanically very produced of several kinds of large herbaceous flowering plants in the genus Musa. In some countries, bananas used for cooking may be called " Plantains". distinguishing them from dessert bananas. The fruit is variable in size, color, and firmness, but is usually elongated and curved, with soft flesh rich in starch covered with a rind, which may be green, yellow, red, purple or brown when ripe.

Musa species are native to tropical Indomalaya and Australia and are likely to have been first domesticated in New Guinea. They are grown in 135 countries, primarily for their fruit, and to a lesser extent to make fiber, banana wine and banana beer. and as ornamental plants. The world's largest producers of bananas in 2017 were India and China, which together accounted for approximately 38% of total Production.
Worldwide, there is no sharp distinction between "bananas" and "plantains". Especially in the Americas and Europe, "banana" usually refers to soft, sweet, dessert bananas, particularly those of the Cavendish group, which are the main exports from banana-growing countries. In the US, as of 2019, these bananas, by poundage, are the most consumed fresh fruit.

MOQ 10 tons

Supplied from India, Vietnam, China, Africa and South America.


Bauxite (Aluminium Ore)

Bauxite is a naturally occurring, heterogeneous material composed primarily of one or more aluminum hydroxide minerals, plus various mixtures of silica, iron oxide, titania, aluminosilicate, and other impurities in minor or trace amounts.

Bauxites are typically classified according to their intended commercial application:� � abrasive, cement, chemical, metallurgical, refractory, etc.

The bulk of world bauxite production (approximately 85%) is used as feed for the manufacture of alumina via a wet chemical caustic leach method commonly known as the Bayer process.

MOQ 5,000MT

Supplied from Africa or India


May-30-23
Beet Sugar

White table sugar comes from either sugarcane or sugar beet and is usually sold without its plant source clearly identified. This is because chemically speaking the two products are identical.

Refined table sugar is pure, crystallized sucrose, much in the same way that pure salt is simply sodium chloride. Sucrose is found naturally in honey, dates and sugar maple sap, but is most concentrated in sugarcane and sugar beet.

The refining process renders the original plant irrelevant as the sucrose is completely extracted from the plant that produced it.

Sugar beets are grown in climates that are too cold for sugarcane. The low sugar content of the beets makes growing them a marginal proposition unless prices are relatively high. In 2000 Russia, the United States, Germany, France and Turkey were the world's five largest sugar beet producers.

MOQ 12,500MT

Supplied from Brazil


Betel Nut (Areca Nut)

Betel nut is a nut that comes from a plant called Areca. It is sometimes used to make medicine. Betel nut is chewed alone or in the form of quids, a mixture of tobacco, powdered or sliced betel nut, and other ingredients.

Betel nut is used for schizophrenia, a group of eye disorders that can lead to vision loss (glaucoma), poor digestion, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses. Using betel nuts might also be unsafe.

Some people use betel nut as a recreational drug because it speeds up the central nervous system (CNS).

The seed is separated from the outer layer of the fruit and may be used fresh, dried, boiled, baked, roasted or cured. The most common method of using betel nut is to slice it into thin strips and roll it in a betel leaf with slaked lime (powder) or crushed seashells. This leaf package is known as a betel quid, betel nut chew, betel chew, betel pan or betel paan (India).

MOQ: 20ft container

Supplied from Indonesia.


May-19-23
Black Tea

Black tea, is a type of tea that is more oxidized than oolong, yellow, white and green teas. Black tea is generally stronger in flavor than other teas. All five types are made from leaves of the shrub Camellia sinensis, though Camellia taliensis is also used rarely.

Black tea has the highest amount of caffeine, which makes it weight-loss-friendly. More caffeine means an extra boost of energy that can help you burn more calories. A study conducted in 2014 found that drinking three cups of black tea regularly increased weight loss as well as reduced waist circumference.

MOQ 14 MT

Supplied from India, Sri Lanka, Kenya and Indonesia.


Cinnamon (Ceylon) & Cassia

Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of several tree species from the genus Cinnamomum.

Cinnamon is used mainly as an aromatic condiment and flavoring additive in a wide variety of cuisines, sweet and savory dishes breakfast cereals snacks, foods, bagels, teas, and traditional foods.

The aroma and flavor of cinnamon derive from its essential oil and principal component, cinnamaldehyde as well as numerous other constituents including eugenol.

Cinnamon is the name for several species of trees and the commercial spice products that some of them produce. All are members of the genus Cinnamomum in the family Lauraceae. Only a few Cinnamomum species are grown commercially for spice. Cinnamomum verum(AKA Zeeylanicum) known as \"Ceylon cinnamon \" after its origins in Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon) is considered to be\" true cinnamon.

But most cinnamon in international commerce is derived from four other species, usually and more correctly referred to as \"cassia\". burmannii (Indonesian cinnamon of Padang cassia), cassia (Chinese cinnamon or Chinese cassia) C. loureiroi (Saigon cinnamon or Vietnamese cassia) and the less common C.

Citriodorum (Malabar cinnamon). In Indonesia and China produced 70% of the world\'s supply of cinnamon, Indonesia produced nearly 40% and China 30%.

MOQ: 2 MT

We can supply both Ceylon Cinnamon from Sri Lanka and Cassia from China, Vietnam, Indonesia and India, in either cigar cut, or longer sticks or powder form.


Loop Pile Carpets

Loop pile carpets are not sheared like cut piles are. They are left as loops and constructed in many different weights and thicknesses. Loop piles are great option for both residential and commercial uses. The loop pile allows manufacturers to create many different patterns and textures. Loop piles are very popular in game rooms, family rooms and offices for their durability and wide variety of patterns.

For the average residential house, deciding between a cut pile or loop pile carpet is a matter of personal preference. They have substantially different looks and feels but each one will perform well in a residential setting. The best thing to do is to decide which one you prefer and stick to that style. This will help narrow your choices down and help you come up with the perfect carpet for your particular project.

Available in 6ft and 12ft width and many GSM to choose from.

MOQ: 40ft container

Supplied from UAE or China.


Cut Pile Carpets

Cut pile is a style of carpet that is sheared, exposing the ends of the carpet fiber. Cut piles come in different lengths and thicknesses. They are the most popular styles of carpet today and tend to be softer underfoot and to touch than loop pile carpets. Cut pile carpets work well for a whole house type carpet.

For the average residential house, deciding between a cut pile or loop pile carpet is a matter of personal preference. They have substantially different looks and feels but each one will perform well in a residential setting. The best thing to do is to decide which one you prefer and stick to that style. This will help narrow your choices down and help you come up with the perfect carpet for your particular project.

Available in 6ft and 12ft width and many GSM to choose from.

MOQ: 40ft container

Supplied from UAE or China.


Apr-11-23
Pile Carpets

Loop pile carpets are not sheared like cut piles are. They are left as loops and constructed in many different weights and thicknesses. Loop piles are great option for
both residential and commercial uses. The loop pile allows manufacturers to create many different patterns and textures. Loop piles are very popular in game rooms,
family rooms and offices for their durability and wide variety of patterns.


Jun-01-23
Cashew Kernel

The cashew tree is a tropical evergreen tree native to South America in the genus Anacardium that produces the cashew seed and the cashew apple accessory fruit. The tree can grow as tall as 14 meters, but the dwarf cultivars, growing up to 6 m, prove more profitable, with earlier maturity and greater yields.

The cashew seed is commonly considered a snack nut (cashew nut) eaten on its own, used in recipes, or processed into cashew cheese or cashew butter. Like the tree, the nut is often simply called cashew.

Cashew Kernel (or: raw cashew kernels, cashew kernels, cashew kernal) is the name of the raw cashew nuts after going through the processing of cashew nuts. After peeling hard and corrosive shell outside, the cashew kernel is revealed.

Cashew kernels are usually not eaten raw but cooked or roasted. Used in desserts and also some curries, the roasted kernels are usually eaten as a snack.

MOQ: 5 MT

Supplied from Tanzania, Vietnam, India, Indonesia and Sri Lanka.


Jun-01-23
Cashew Shell

It is estimated that one ton of dry cashews can give 250-300 kilos of cashew nuts and 700-750 kilos of cashew nut shells from which 154 kilos of cashew oil can be produced.

Cashew oil is an important material in many industries. It is used to make high-quality adhesive materials, binder for seagoing vessels paint, and laminated and heat-resistant materials. It can also be used in the electrical and electronic industries.

Most companies focus on making cashew oil semi-finished products, or Cardanol oil essence. Though Carnadol has high value, companies still focus on making cashew nut or shell oil because Carnadol has a short expiry date, while the investment rate and the risks are high. Cashew nut shells, considered rubbish by many people, turn out to be a material which may create a market worth hundreds of millions of dollars a year.

MOQ: 20 MT

We can source cashew shells for you from India, Vietnam and Indonesia.


Raw Cashew Nut (With Shell)

Raw Cashew Nuts( Known as RCN, Cashew nut Shell-on, Cashew nut in a shell, or Cashew nuts) is the name of the cashew apple sub-nut. Although a cashew apple contains 90% of the fruit, only 10% is a Raw Cashew nut.

A single Raw Cashew Nut has 30% cashew kernels and 70% cashew shell. Normally 1 ton of raw cashew nut can process 250-300 kg of the cashew kernels and 700-750 kg of the cashew shells.

The RCN has to be processed to separate the shell from the cashew kernel, which are used in cooking and confectionary making.

MOQ: 10 MT

We source the best RCN from India, Vietnam and Indonesia.


Halaban Charcoal

Halaban charcoal comes from typical Indonesian wood, especially from the island of Kalimantan, namely Halaban Wood. This type of charcoal is very versatile, can be used for cooking, for industrial purposes, and also as BBQ charcoal.

Halaban wood is one type of wood that has straight, large, strong, hard with sturdy fibers and is widely used by the people of Kalimantan in general for their charcoal needs. The advantages of charcoal from Halaban wood are that it does not cause sparks, does not smell, and has long-lasting heat. Halaban charcoal is perfect for BBQ because it produces little smoke, has durable heat and does not spark.

MOQ: 24 MT

Supplied from Indonesia.


Bamboo Charcoal

Bamboo charcoal is charcoal made from species of bamboo.

Bamboo charcoal is typically made from the culms or refuse of mature bamboo plants and burned in ovens at temperatures ranging from 600 to 1200 �°C. It is especially porous charcoal, making it useful in the manufacture of activated carbon.

Bamboo charcoal is made of bamboo by means of a pyrolysis process. According to the types of raw materials, bamboo charcoal can be classified as raw bamboo charcoal or bamboo briquette charcoal. Raw bamboo charcoal is made of bamboo plant parts such as culms, branches, and roots. Bamboo briquette charcoal is made by carbonizing bamboo residue, such as bamboo dust or saw powder, and compressing it into sticks or lumps. There are two equipment processes used in carbonization, one is a brick kiln process, and the other is a mechanical process.

In East Asia and Africa, many people use bamboo charcoal as a cooking fuel, producing less air pollution than other charcoal. Like all charcoal, bamboo charcoal purifies water by reducing organic impurities, odorants, and chlorine.

MOQ: 20 MT

Supplied from India, Vietnam, and Indonesia


Charcoal Machines

Machines for charcoal briquette making and charcoal powder making are available in various sizes and options.

Fully automated, semi-automated and manual machines depending on the clientsâ?? needs can be designed and made.

Mixers, crushers, pressers, extruders, dryers, etc., can be tailor-made to client requirement.

MOQ - 1 Unit.

Supplied from China.


Bamboo Charcoal

Bamboo charcoal is charcoal made from species of bamboo.
Bamboo charcoal is typically made from the culms or refuse of mature bamboo plants and burned in ovens at temperatures ranging from 600 to 1200 �°C. It is especially porous charcoal, making it useful in the manufacture of activated carbon.

Bamboo charcoal is made of bamboo by means of a pyrolysis process. According to the types of raw materials, bamboo charcoal can be classified as raw bamboo charcoal or
bamboo briquette charcoal. Raw bamboo charcoal is made of bamboo plant parts such as culms, branches, and roots. Bamboo briquette charcoal is made by carbonizing bamboo residue, such as bamboo dust or saw powder, and compressing it into sticks or
lumps. There are two equipment processes used in carbonization, one is a brick kiln process, and the other is a mechanical process.

In East Asia and Africa, many people use bamboo charcoal as a cooking fuel, producing less air pollution than other charcoal. Like all charcoal, bamboo charcoal purifies water by reducing organic impurities, odorants, and chlorine.

MOQ 20MT

Supplied from India, Vietnam, and Indonesia


Coconut Shell Charcoal Briquettes

Coconut shell charcoal is the by-product of pyrolysis process which involves burning coconut shells in a limited supply of oxygen in order to carbonize it first. After that, coconut shell charcoal is crushed into powder and mixed with adhesive to manufacture different shapes and size of charcoal briquettes.

One of the main functions of Coconut Charcoal Briquette is for shisha or hookah burner - for which the briquettes are made into small cubes and discs. People also use the lower grade for barbecue purposes - for which the briquettes are made into pillow shape, spheroid, square cylinders or hexagonal cylinders.

MOQ: 20 MT

Supplied from India, Vietnam and Indonesia.


Sawdust Charcoal Briquettes

Charcoal briquette is a kind of fuel made by charcoal powder. Compared with traditional fuels, charcoal briquettes can not only generate heat continuously but also produce no smoke and odor during combustion.

Therefore, it has been widely used in domestic and industrial applications in recent years and has become the most popular fuel in many countries. Charcoal is the product of incomplete combustion of wood or wood raw materials or pyrolysis under the condition of air isolation. The charcoal is then powdered to shape them into briquettes to cater to different industries.

The sawdust charcoal briquettes ignite quicker, burn with a higher heat and can burn longer than coconut shell briquettes.

MOQ: 24MT

Supplied from India, Indonesia, Vietnam Paraguay and Egypt.


Sawdust Charcoal Briquettes

Charcoal briquette is a kind of fuel made by charcoal powder. Compared with traditional fuels, charcoal briquettes can not only generate heat continuously but also produce no smoke and odor during combustion.

Therefore, it has been widely used in domestic and industrial applications in recent years and has become the most popular fuel in many countries. Charcoal is the product of incomplete combustion of wood or wood raw materials or pyrolysis under the condition of air isolation. The charcoal is then powdered to shape them into briquettes to cater to different industries.

The sawdust charcoal briquettes ignite quicker, burn with a higher heat and can burn longer than coconut shell briquettes.

MOQ 24MT

Supplied from India, Indonesia, Vietnam Paraguay and Egypt.


Apr-27-23
Cloves

Cloves are the aromatic flower buds of a tree in the family Myrtaceae, Syzygium aromaticum.

They are native to the Maluku Islands in Indonesia and are commonly used as a spice, flavoring or fragrance in consumer products, such as toothpaste, soaps, or cosmetics. Cloves are also grown in Sri Lanka and India.

Cloves are full of antioxidants. These compounds help your body to fight free radicals, which damage your cells and can lead to disease. By removing free radicals from your system, the antioxidants found in cloves can help reduce your risk of developing heart disease, diabetes, and certain cancers.

MOQ: 10 MT

It is one of the ingredients that give an exquisite taste for Asian food and is widely used in cooking around the world.


May-19-23
Coal

Coal is a sedimentary deposit composed predominantly of carbon that is readily combustible. Coal is black or brownish-black, and has a composition that (including inherent moisture) consists of more than 50 percent by weight and more than 70 percent by volume of carbonaceous material.

Coal is primarily used as fuel to generate electric power all over the world. In coal-fired power plants, bituminous coal, sub-bituminous coal, or lignite is burned. The heat produced by the combustion of the coal is used to convert water into high-pressure steam, which drives a turbine, which produces electricity.

The ranks of coals, from those with the least carbon to those with the most carbon, are lignite, sub-bituminous, bituminous, and anthracite.

MOQ : 30,000 MT

Supplied from Indonesia.


Apr-20-23
Cocopeat

Cocopeat is the best environmentally friendly growing medium

Cocopeat can be put into use in many areas such as in greenhouses, seedling nurseries, worm bedding, hydroponics (Growing medium), application in horticulture and floriculture, container gardening, etc.

Cocopeat and coco-fiber are produced from coconut husk with an extraction machine. In the market, there are two types of cocopeat (Low Ec and High EC).

Supplied from Vietnam, India, or Indonesia.


May-19-23
Cocoa Powder

Cocoa powder, an unsweetened chocolate product, adds deep chocolate flavor to desserts and beverages. Cocoa powder occurs when the fat, called cocoa butter, gets removed from the cacao beans during processing. The leftover dried solids get ground into the product sold as cocoa powder.

Pure ground cocoa powder has a pH level between 5.3 and 5.8, putting it on the acidic end of the scale. The natural cocoa powder produced with the Broma process retains the natural pH level.

It tends to be more intensely flavored, and a lighter, almost reddish-brown color.

The Dutch process (sometimes called "Dutching") bathes the cocoa beans in an alkaline solution, producing a darker brown cocoa powder with a chemically neutral pH of between 6.8 and 8.1, resulting in a more mellow flavor. Dutching also reduces the antioxidant properties of cocoa.

We can supply pure or alkalized cocoa powder from our affiliated factories around the world.

MOQ: 10 MT

Supplied from India, Indonesia, Vietnam, South America and Africa.


Young coconut (Tender coconut)

A young coconut is a coconut which is harvested before it is fully mature. Young coconuts are also known as green or tender coconuts, depending on regional preferences, and they are harvested both for their flesh and for the liquid inside, which is known as coconut juice or water.

When cut open, a young coconut has very tender coconut meat which may still be in a slightly gelatinous form, along with the nutrient-rich coconut water. Coconut water can be consumed plain or blended with other ingredients as a treat, and the meat of young coconuts is also eaten.

Generally comes in green but ones from Sri Lanka can be orange or green. Can be supplied with the full skin or semi-cut for easier packing and cutting.

MOQ: 18 MT

We can supply this from India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, etc.


Mature Coconut (Semi-husked)

These are fully matured coconuts but while de-husking, the husk is left intact over the eyes of the coconut. This is a sensitive area, and by protecting it we can increase the shelf life of the coconut as the area susceptible to decay is protected.

These older coconuts have a brown outer surface. They contain a small amount of liquid called mature coconut water, which is only sometimes consumed. The mature coconut contains a thick layer of firm. white flesh, which is called mature flesh or meat or sometimes copra (copra is the term used to describe the flesh when it is dried and processed for oil making).

MOQ: 18 MT

We can supply this from India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Vietnam, etc.


Virgin Coconut Oil

Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO) is known as the mother of all oils as it is a treasure trove of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that imparts good health. Virgin coconut oil is the purest form prepared from fresh meat of the mature coconut and coconut milk. This extraction process may/may not require heating. But it does not involve any chemical processing that helps to retain natural qualities with the oil.

MOQ: 5 MT

We can supply VCO from India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and Thailand.


Coconut Shell Charcoal

Coconut shell charcoal is a valuable commodity produced from coconut shells. South East Asia is the leading producer and supplier of coconut shell charcoal.

Coconut Shell Charcoal is manufactured by carbonizing raw coconut shells in a limited supply of air. Economical and eco-friendly, coconut shell charcoal is one of the
cleanest and most favored sources of developing activated carbon. Whereas other materials such as wood, coal, or other carbon-based sources are also suitable
charcoal sources, the quality of coconut shell charcoal is far superior to others.The odorless and non-toxic characteristic qualities of coconut shell charcoal make it a
widely used deodorizers and decolorizers in the air conditioning industry, cosmetic industry and water purification plants.Also widely used to make activated carbon for the cosmetics industry, teeth whitening, etc.

MOQ 20MT

Supplied from India, Vietnam, Indonesia and Sri Lanka.


Coconut Shell Charcoal

Coconut shell charcoal is a valuable commodity produced from coconut shells. South East Asia is the leading producer and supplier of coconut shell charcoal.

Coconut Shell Charcoal is manufactured by carbonizing raw coconut shells in a limited supply of air. Economical and eco-friendly, coconut shell charcoal is one of the cleanest and most favored sources of developing activated carbon. Whereas other materials such as wood, coal, or other carbon-based sources are also suitable charcoal sources, the quality of coconut shell charcoal is far superior to others. The odorless and non-toxic characteristic qualities of coconut shell charcoal make it a widely used deodorizer and decolorizer in the air conditioning industry, cosmetic industry, and water purification plants. Also widely used to make activated carbon for the cosmetics industry, teeth whitening, etc.

MOQ: 20 MT

Supplied from India, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka.


Apr-27-23
Coconut Sugar

Coconut sugar, sometimes called coconut palm sugar, comes from the sap of the coconut palm tree not the coconuts. Harvesters tap coconut palm sap by cutting into the tree's flower-bud stem to access its nectar.

Producers mix the sap with water, boil it into a syrup, and allow it to dry and crystallize. Afterward, they break the dried sap apart to create sugar granules that resemble regular table or cane sugar.

Coconut sugar retains many nutrients found in the coconut palm mostly iron, zinc, calcium and potassium.

These nutrients can support the body in numerous ways, but coconut sugar does not contain enough of them per serving to offer a measurable benefit.

Coconut sugar also contains the soluble fiber inulin which is linked to a lower risk of blood sugar spikes.

Available from Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and Thailand.


Roasted Coffee Beans

Coffee roasting is a heating process that brings out the aroma and flavor locked inside a green coffee seed, which has a mild, grassy taste on its own, and turns the beans brown.

The flavor profile of a bean\'s roast level will depend on the varietal and geographic location of that bean as well as the roasting method.

Roasting coffee transforms the chemical and physical properties of green coffee beans into roasted coffee products. The roasting process is what produces the characteristic flavor of coffee by causing the green coffee beans to change in taste. Unroasted beans contain similar if not higher levels of acids, protein, sugars, and caffeine as those that have been roasted, but lack the taste of roasted coffee beans due to the Maillard and other chemical reactions that occur during roasting.

Coffee tends to be roasted close to where it will be consumed, as green coffee is more stable than roasted beans. The vast majority of coffee is roasted commercially on a large scale, but small-scale commercial roasting has grown significantly with the trend toward \"single-origin\" coffees served at specialty shops. Some coffee drinkers even roast coffee at home as a hobby in order to both experiment with the flavor profile of the beans and ensure the freshest possible roasted coffee.

Our own affiliated Wakey brand roasted specialty coffees come in 10%5 Robusta, 100% Arabica and Robusta/Arabica (70:30) mixed in high-quality freshness guaranteed re-sealable sachets and also in bulk. OEM is possible only on a contract basis.

MOQ: 10 MT

Supplied from Vietnam, India, Africa or Indonesia.


Green Coffee Beans

Green coffee beans are the raw seeds of coffee cherries that have been separated or processed and have yet to be roasted. All of a coffee's taste and flavor potential is held within this green seed. This potential is ultimately unleashed through roasting green coffee.

Their extract is popular as a dietary supplement, but green coffee can also be purchased in whole-bean form and used to make a hot beverage, much like roasted coffee.

Many artisan coffee roasters, buy the green beans and roast it to perfection themselves to create coffee magic.

"Prices vary based on grading of the coffee and where it is grown."

MOQ: 10 MT

Available in both Robusta and Arabica and variants, supplied from Vietnam, India, Indonesia, South America and Africa.


Instant Coffee Powder

Instant coffee is a beverage derived from brewed coffee beans that enable people to quickly prepare hot coffee by adding hot water or milk to coffee solids in powdered or crystallized form and stirring.

The product was first invented in Invercargill, the largest city of the New Zealand region of Murihiku, in 1890. Instant coffee solids (also called soluble coffee, coffee crystals, coffee powder, or powdered coffee) refer to the dehydrated and packaged solids available at retail used to make instant coffee. Instant coffee solids are commercially prepared by either freeze drying or spray drying, after which it can be rehydrated. Instant coffee in a concentrated liquid form, as a beverage, is also manufactured.

We can supply your our Wakey brand instant black coffee and 3-in-1 coffee or in bulk as per your specifications from our affiliated factory in Vietnam. OEM is possible too but only on contract basis. We can supply spray-dried instant coffee powder, freeze-dried instant coffee flakes or instant Agglomerated coffee granules.

MOQ 10MT

Supplied from Vietnam, India, and Indonesia.


May-19-23
Coconut Fibre

Coconut fiber is an environmentally friendly material that has many benefits.

The coconut fiber is mainly used to replace foam materials in beds, seat cushions, coir mattress, coir doormats, geo-textile, planter box, soil erosion prevention, mattresses, car seats & sofas.

Coco Fiber is produced from coconut husk with an extraction machine.

Coconut Fiber Color: Golden brown
Length of Fiber: 15 cm to 30 cm
Moisture: 18-20%
Impurity: 2% Max
Dust: 4% Max
Weight/Ball: 90-130 Kg
Loadability: 40" HC (18-19 MT)
MOQ: 18 MT

Supplied from Vietnam, India or Indonesia.


Coir Mat Runner

Coconut coir mat runner is an eco-friendly product made from Coir Rope.

The coir mat is a needle-punched mattress coir pad designed to suppress weeds and control erosion around new vegetation. Coir mats are a completely biodegradable product that will eventually degrade to enrich the surrounding environment.

Coir geotextiles can be categorized as, machine-made and hand-made in various weights of the net.

Material: 100% Cocofiber
Wrap/weft: 56/60 (custom)
Thickness: 4-5 cm
Size/Roll: 1 x 10m (custom)
Packaging: Roll
Weight/Roll: 50 kg
Loadability: 40" HC (110 Roll)
MOQ: 110 Rolls

Supplied from Vietnam, India, or Indonesia.


Copper Cathode

Copper cathode is� a form of copper that exhibits purity of more than 95%. It is the primary raw material utilized in the production of copper rod, which is employed in several industries.

Pure copper exhibits excellent electrical conductivity. In order to remove impurities from copper ore, it undergoes two processes, smelting and electro-refining.

Copper cathodes are used in the� manufacturing of continuous cast copper rods which are further used for the wire, cable and transformer industries. They are also used for the manufacturing of copper tubes for consumer durable goods and other applications in the form of alloys and sheets.

MOQ 5,000MT

Supplied from Africa


Corn (Field Corn)

Field Corn, also known as cow corn is a North American term for maize (Zea mays) grown for livestock fodder (silage and meal), ethanol, cereal and processed food product. The principal field corn varieties are dent corn. A flint incudes blue corn (Zea mays amylacea) and waxy corn.

Field corn is primarily grown for livestock feed and ethanol production is allowed to mature fully before being shelled off the cob and being stored in silos, pits, bins, or grain "flats".

Field corn can also be harvested as high-moisture corn, shelled off the cob and piled and packed like silage for fermentation; or the entire plant may be chopped while still very high in moisture, with the resulting silage either loaded and packed in plastic bags, piled and packed in pits, or blown into and stored in vertical silos.

People may pick ears of field corn when its sugar content has peaked and cook it on the cob or eat it raw. Ears of field corn picked and consumed in this manner are commonly called sweet corn, or "roasting ears" due to the most commonly used method of cooking them.

MOQ 12,500MT

Supplied from Brazil, Argentina, USA or Paraguay.


May-19-23
Dates

Dates are one of the oldest cultivated fruits - it's thought that they were a staple part of the Babylonian diet 8,000 years ago. Dates are a tropical fruit that is grown on a date palm tree in small clusters.

It has dark brown skin, and soft flesh, and is uniquely sweet. Colors range from honey yellow, and red to brown, the last of which is the most common.

Available fresh or dried, they're very sweet, with a rich, deep flavor and a lush, slightly chewy texture. The mahogany brown Medjool variety is the sweetest and tastes a little like toffee. Dates are full of nutrition, especially dry dates. Dry dates are high in calories particularly carbohydrates (74 grams). It also contains several essential vitamins and minerals with fibers.

Dates are famous for their rich concentration of antioxidants which can be beneficial for your cardiac and pulmonary health, making them one of the most ideal heart-healthy foods. We supply Ajwa, Safawi, Medjool, Sukkari, Amber, and other Saudi varieties from Makkah and Madinah.

MOQ: 2 MT

Supplied from Saudi Arabia.


May-19-23
Dried Ginger

Dried ginger has a more intense flavor than fresh ginger. The exact ratio of how much ginger powder to use in place of fresh ginger depends on both your preference for how much of its strong, peppery flavor you want in your dish as well as the potency, age, and quality of the spice itself.

Dry ginger powder can soothe stomach irritation, headache, and the common cold. It also revs up metabolism and has anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, ginger powder is effective for weight loss, flatulence, urinary infections, migraine, and acne. You can also mix it with baking soda for skin cleansing.

MOQ: 15 MT

Supplied from Vietnam or Indonesia.


Bamboo Fork & Spoon

Bamboo is an excellent material for cooking utensils. It is strong and durable, yet lightweight, which makes it easy to use. Bamboo cooking utensils are also heat-resistant, so you can use them for a variety of cooking tasks.

Cutlery like spoons, forks, chopsticks, and other similar items, crockeries like plates, dishes, cups, and other similar items, bamboo cloth hand towels, etc..., are some of the versatile products that are made from bamboo.

Bamboo is a remarkable material. Besides being eco-friendly, they also offer various other benefits, including being lightweight, durable, stain and odor resistant, affordable and stylish.
They're chemical-free and have natural antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, bamboo dinnerware is healthy, safe to eat from and child-friendly.

Supplied from Vietnam, China, Indonesia, Philippines or Thailand.


Bamboo Bowls & Plates

Bamboo is an excellent material for cooking utensils. It is strong and durable, yet lightweight, which makes it easy to use. Bamboo cooking utensils are also heat-resistant, so you can use them for a variety of cooking tasks.

Cutlery like spoons, forks, chopsticks, and other similar items, crockery like plates, dishes, cups, and other similar items, bamboo cloth hand towels, etc..., are some of the versatile products that are made from bamboo.

Bamboo bowls and plates, offer a sustainable and biodegradable alternative to plastic. Since they're chemical-free and has natural antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, bamboo dinnerware is healthy, safe to eat from and child-friendly.

Supplied from Vietnam, Indonesia or China.


May-19-23
Coir Doormats

Coir Doormat - A natural and textured weave.

Coir Doormats are made from 100% natural coconut husk fibers making them hard-wearing and long-lasting. They are great for stopping mud and dirt before it makes it into your house and when the mud dries you can simply brush it off.

Coir Doormats are made from coconut husk using a weaving machine.

Material: 100% Cocofiber
Size/Roll: 2.1 x 40 Meter
Size/Pcs: 50 cm x 70 cm
Weight: 0,8-0,9 kg/pcs
Contuction: Panama/Diagonal
Loadability: 40" HC (12.000 pcs)
MOQ: 6,000 pcs

Supplied from Vietnam, India or Indonesia.


May-19-23
Dragon Fruit

Dragon fruit is a tropical fruit that's low in calories and high in fiber and antioxidants. Some people say it tastes like a cross between a pear and a kiwi. You can slice and eat the fruit as-is, try it with yogurt, or add
it to a smoothie or salad.

The plant is native to southern Mexico and Central America. Today, it is grown all over the world.

It goes by many names, including pitaya, pitahaya, and strawberry pear. The two most common types have bright red skin with green scales that resemble a dragon hence the name.

The most widely available variety has white pulp with black seeds, though a less common type with red pulp
and black seeds exist as well.

Another variety referred to as yellow dragon fruit has yellow skin and white pulp with black seeds.

MOQ: 10 MT

Supplied from Vietnam or Indonesia.


Apr-23-23
Coir Pots

Coir pots used for faster plant cultivation and germination.

Coco-coir pots have an exceptionally high permeability to water, air and roots. The coir pots break down naturally in the soil, which minimises root disturbance at the time of planting.

Coco-coir pots are made up of the coconut hull that is derived from the fibrous body between the husk and the coconut. These biodegradable pots are an excellent growing medium because plants can be transplanted into the pot itself.

Colour: Golden Brown
Weight: 50-70 gr
Moisture: 18-20%
Diameter: 9 cm, 12 cm, 15 cm
High: 8 cm, 11 cm, 14 cm

Supplied from Vietnam, India or Indonesia.


May-19-23
Cabbage

Cabbage, comprising several cultivars of Brassica oleracea, is a leafy green, red (purple), or white (pale green) a biennial plant is grown as an annual vegetable crop for its dense-leaved heads.

Green cabbage has numerous pale green leaves that are thick and broad with prominent veins and a slightly waxy finish. They overlap to form a dense round-to-oblate ball and can measure 15 to 18 centimeters in diameter and may weigh up to 10 pounds or 3.6 kilograms each. The leaves are firm when raw and tender when cooked.

Green cabbage offers a sweet, grassy flavor with a mustardy finish referred to as "cruciferous" a trademark characteristic of Brassicas. Green cabbage can be eaten raw, cooked, and pickled. It is often showcased in coleslaws, braising greens, and salad mixes. Green cabbage can be juiced, wilted, braised, roasted, stir-fried, and grilled. It pairs well with rich ingredients such as pork, cream, aged and blue cheeses, butter, eggs, olive oil avocados, and nuts.

MOQ: 5 MT

Supplied from Kenya, India, Vietnam, and Indonesia.


May-19-23
Carrots

The carrot is a root vegetable often claimed to be the perfect health food, typically orange in color, though
purple, black, red, white, and yellow cultivars exist, all of which are domesticated forms of the wild carrot, Daucus carota, native to Europe and Southwestern Asia.

They're rich in beta-carotene, a compound your body changes into vitamin A, which helps keep your eyes healthy. And beta-carotene helps protect your eyes from the sun and lowers your chances of cataracts and other eye problems. Yellow carrots have lutein, which is also good for your eyes.

MOQ: 10 MT

Supplied from Vietnam, China, India, or Indonesia.


Orange King Coconut

Coconuts are a southeast Asian variety of tree nut, botanically known as Cocos nucifera var aurantiaca. They stand apart from other coconuts with their orange colored skin and football-like shape. Although they are not as sweet as other varieties, they are the preferred coconut in the South Asian tropics, where they earned the name King of the coconuts.

They are harvested with extreme care, by hand and lowered from the tall palm trees using ropes and pulleys to avoid damaging the precious fruits.

In the local Sinhalese (Sri Lankan language), they are called Thambili. The palm fruits have been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years.

MOQ: 18 MT

Supplied from Sri Lanka and India.


May-23-23
Mud Crabs

Scylla serrata (often called mud crab or mangrove crab, although both terms are highly ambiguous and black crab) is an ecologically important species of crab found in the estuaries and mangroves of Africa, Australia and Asia.

In their most common forms, their shell colours vary from a deep, mottled green to very dark brown.

Scylla serrata is a swimming crab with an oval carapace. The carapace bears four triangular frontal teeth between the eyes and nine anterolateral teeth on each side. The chelipeds (claw-legs) are massive and smooth, and longer than the other legs.

Mud crabs are prized by recreational fishers for their impressive size and delicious taste.

MOQ 1 MT

Supplied from Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Vietnam.


May-19-23
Durian

The durian is the edible fruit of several tree species belonging to the genus Durio. There are 30 recognised Durio species, at least nine of which produce edible fruit. Durio zibethinus, native to Borneo and Sumatra, is the only species available in the international market.

Durian lovers say it has a sweet, custardy taste, with the texture of creamy cheesecake. Flavors often attributed to the durian fruits are caramel and vanilla. Some fruits have a slightly bitter note, together with some sweetness.

You could call it the most loved and the most hated fruit on earth. Also called the king of fruits, durian has a very powerful smell which puts off many people. But those who can overcome the smell are in for a huge surprise because it said a person who overcomes the smell and eats the fruit will never get bored of eating it over and over again.

MOQ 10 MT

Supplied from Vietnam, Indonesia or Thailand.


Apr-27-23
Fruits

We are able to supply from all over the world, tropical and other fruits such as:

Avocado
Durian
Mangosteen
Pineapple
Watermelons
Banana
Papaya
Rambutan
Apple
Salak (Snake Fruit)
Dragon Fruit
Lemon
Orange
Strawberry
Cherry
etc, etc...


May-17-23
Cherry

A cheery is the fruit of many plants of the genus Prunus and is a flesh drupe (stone fruit). Commercial cherries are obtained from cultivars of several species, such as the sweet Prunus avium and the sour Prunus cerasus.

The name 'cherry' also refers to the cherry tree and its wood, and is sometimes applied to almonds and visually similar flowering trees in the genus Prunus, as in " Ornamental cherry" or "cherry blossom".

Like most temperate-latitude trees, cherry trees require a certain number of chilling hours each year to break dormancy and bloom and produce fruit. The number of chilling hours required depends on the variety. Because of this cold-weather requirement, no member of the genus Prunus can grow in tropical climates.

Supplied from Turkiye, North, and South America.


May-19-23
Salak

Salacca is a genus of about 20 species of palms native to Southeast Asia and the eastern Himalayas. They are dioecious (with the exception of Salak Bali) and pollinated by Curculionidae beetles.

They are very short-stemmed palms, with leaves up to 6-8 m long. The leaves have a spiny petiole; in most species, they are pinnate with numerous leaflets, but some species, notably S. magnifica, have undivided leaves. The fruit grows in clusters at the base of the plants, and is edible in many species, with a reddish-brown scaly skin covering a white pulp and one to two large inedible seeds.

The Salak (S. zalacca) or snake fruit is the species most widely grown for its fruit; the firm white pulp has a slightly acidic taste. The skin of the snake fruit has a unique texture not unlike that of a snake's skin, rough to the touch in one direction but smooth in the other.

MOQ: 5 MT

Supplied from Indonesia.


May-19-23
Rambutan

Rambutan is a medium-sized tropical tree in the family Sapindaceae. The name also refers to the edible fruit produced by this tree. The rambutan is native to Southeast Asia. It is closely related to several other edible tropical fruits including the lychee, longan, pulasan and guinep.

The name "rambutan" is derived from the Malay word rambut meaning 'hair' referring to the numerous hairy protuberances of the fruits, together with the noun-building suffix -an. Similarly, in Vietnam, they are called chim chim (meaning 'messy hair).

Their taste is similar to lychee, as they belong to the same family. Rambutans have a sweet, fruity flavour with a hint of acidity reminiscent of strawberries and grapes. Additionally, there is a floral, tropical taste to it.

MOQ: 5 MT

Supplied from Vietnam, Indonesia or Thailand.


May-19-23
Mangosteen

Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana), also known asthe purple mangosteen, is a tropical evergreen tree with edible fruit native to tropical lands surrounding the Indian Ocean.

Its origin is uncertain due to widespread prehistoric cultivation. It grows mainly in Southeast Asia, Southwest India and other tropical areas such as Colombia and Puerto Rico, where the tree has been introduced.

In each fruit, the fragrant edible flesh that surrounds each seed is botanically endocarp, i.e., the inner layer of the ovary. The seeds are of similar size and shape to almonds.

Mangosteen has been used to treat skin infections and diarrhea. Recent scientific studies suggest that mangosteen possesses strong antioxidant, anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, anti-microbial, and antimalarial properties.

MOQ: 5 MT

Supplied from Vietnam, Indonesia, India and Thailand.


May-17-23
Fresh Garlic

Garlic (Allium sativum) is an herb related to onion, leeks, and chives. It is commonly used for conditions related to the heart and blood system. Garlic produces a chemical called allicin. This is what seems to make garlic work for certain conditions. Allicin also makes garlic smell.

Despite the smell it is a major part of cooking all over the world because it adds such intense flavor that cannot be obtained without its addition.

People commonly use garlic for high blood pressure, high levels of cholesterol or other fats in the blood, and hardening of the arteries. It is also used for the common cold, osteoarthritis, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses. There is also no good evidence to support using garlic for COVID-19.

MOQ 20ft container

Supplied from China or India.


May-19-23
Fresh Ginger

Ginger is obtained from a flowering plant originating in Southeast Asia. Including ginger in your diet can have numerous physical and psychological health benefits.

Ginger is among the healthiest (and most delicious) spices on the planet. It belongs to the Zingiberaceae family, and it's closely related to turmeric, cardamom, and galangal.

The rhizome (underground part of the stem) is the part commonly used as a spice. It's often called ginger root or, simply, ginger. Ginger can be used fresh, dried, powdered, or as an oil or juice. It's a very common ingredient in recipes. It's sometimes added to processed foods and cosmetics.

Ginger increases serotonin and dopamine levels. This can reduce inflammation, which may cause depression. It could also provide benefits for anxiety, depression, dementia, Alzheimer's disease and post-traumatic stress disorder. Ease stomach pains: Ginger can treat nausea and motion sickness.

MOQ: 10 MT

Supplied from Vietnam, India or Indonesia.


Apr-23-23
Fresh Chili

The chili, also called chili pepper in some parts of the world, is the fruit of the plants belongs to family Solanaceae and genus Capsicum. It is the one the most important and largest produced spice crops in Asia.

The culprit that gives the burning sensation in chilies is the chemical called capsaicin and the redness is due a chemical called capsanthin. Although originating in South America, chili has been adopted in Asia as a major component of Asian cuisine. Some of the health benefits of chili are: good source of iron and B-complex vitamins, protection against cancer, good for prostate health, reduces bacterial infections, etc.

MOQ: 15 MT

Supplied from India, Pakistan, Vietnam and Kenya.


May-19-23
Seedless Lime

Persian lime, also known by other common names such as seedless lime, Bearss lime, and Tahiti lime, is a citrus fruit species of hybrid origin, known only in cultivation. The Persian lime is a triploid cross between key lime and lemon, this seedless lime variety grows abundantly in the warm and fertile Mekong Delta of Vietnam.

A key ingredient in Thai, Vietnamese, and Mexican cuisines, Persian limes are known for their fast growth and pleasant aroma.

Smaller and less sour than lemons, our seedless limes from Vietnam are sure to add the extra zest to brighten up your next culinary creations or serve as the perfect addition to your morning glass of water to boost your health with its high Vitamin C and potassium levels.

MOQ: 10 MT

Supplied from Vietnam.


Apr-23-23
Big Onion

Bombay onion is known for its sharp flavor and have origins in mostly around Mumbai/Nashik area in India. Bombay onions are known to have have high levels of antioxidants and phenols. They have an earthy, strong taste and are perfect for thick, rich, distinctive sauces to dishes of Indian and other cuisines.

White onion or Allium cepa are a cultivar of dry onion which have a distinct light and mild flavour profile. Much like red onions, they have a high sugar and low sulphur content, and thus have a relatively short shelf life. White onions are used in a variety of dishes, such as those of Mexican and European origin.

MOQ: 20ft Container

Supplied from India, Vietnam, China.


May-17-23
Potato

The potato is a starchy food, a tuber of the plant Solanum tuberosum, and is a root vegetable native to the Americas. The plant is a perennial in the nightshade family Solanaceae.

Potatoes were introduced to Europe from the Americas by the Spanish in the second half of the 16th century. Today they are a staple food in many parts of the world and an integral part of much of the world's food supply. As of 2014, potatoes were the world's fourth-largest food crop after maize (corn), wheat, and rice.

Following millennia of selective breeding, there are now over 5,000 different types of potatoes. Over 99% of potatoes presently cultivated worldwide descend from varieties that originated in the lowlands of south-central Chile.

MOQ: 20ft container

Supplied from India, Vietnam, or Indonesia.


Prawns (Tiger & Vannamei)

A tiger prawn or penaeus monodon, is a crustacean that lives in the ocean. Since the 1970s, this prawn has been produced in rapidly increasing quantities by international aqua-culturists also known as aqua farmers primarily in Australia and Thailand. Like other prawns, tiger prawns are prepared and eaten in a variety of ways.

Vannamei prawns are tropical prawns that are farmed in areas near the equator, generally along the coast in artificial ponds. This farming is increasingly being certified as sustainable in accordance with the GlobalGAP, BAP or ASC standard. Under ideal conditions, the prawns can grow up to a length of 20 centimeters.

Both are highly sought after in the food industry.

MOQ: 2 MT


May-19-23
Snow Peas

The snow pea is an edible-pod pea with flat pods and thin pod walls. It is eaten whole, with both the seeds and the pod, while still unripened. Snow peas are a crunchy and delicious vegetable. While they can be eaten raw, they take just minutes to cook.

The name "snow peas" may come from the vegetable's ability to withstand frost. They're generally planted no earlier in the spring than other pea varieties, and some gardeners keep them growing through autumn. Another theory behind the name refers to its white appearance in bright light.

Snow peas can be grown in open fields during cool seasons and can thus be cultivated during winter and spring seasons. Storage of the pea with films of polymethyl pentene at a temperature of 5 C and a concentration of oxygen and carbon dioxide of 5 kPa augments the shelf life, and internal and external characteristics of the plant.

MOQ: 5 MT

Supplied from Kenya and China.


May-19-23
Green Beans

Green beans are young, unripe fruits of various cultivars of the common bean, although immature or young pods of the runner bean, yardlong bean, and hyacinth bean are used in a similar way. Green beans are known by many common names, including French beans, string beans, and snap beans or simply snaps."

They are distinguished from the many other varieties of beans in that green beans are harvested and consumed with their enclosing pods before the bean seeds inside have fully matured. An analogous practice is the harvest and consumption of unripened pea pods, as is done with snow peas or sugar snap peas.

As common food in many countries, green beans are sold fresh, canned, and frozen. They can be eaten raw or steamed, boiled, stir-fried, or baked. They are commonly cooked in other dishes, such as soups, stews, and casseroles. Green beans can be pickled, similarly to cucumbers.

MOQ: 10 MT

Supplied from Kenya, India, Vietnam, China, or Indonesia.


May-30-23
Jackfruit

The jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) also known as the jack tree, is a species of tree in the fig, mulberry and breadfruit family (Moraceae).

The jackfruit tree is well-suited to tropical lowlands and widely cultivated throughout tropical regions of the world including India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and the rainforest of the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and Australia.

It bears the largest fruit of all trees, reaching as much as 55 Kg (120 Pounds) in weight, 90 cm (35 inches) in length and 50 cm (20 inches) in diameter. A mature jackfruit tree produces some 200 fruits per year with older trees bearing up to 500 fruits in a year.

The jackfruit is multiple fruit composed of hundreds to thousands of individual flowers, and the fleshy petals of the unripe fruit are eaten. The ripe fruit is sweet (depending on variety) and is commonly used in desserts. Canned green jackfruit has a mild taste and meat-like texture that lends itself to being called "vegetable meat".

Jackfruit is commonly used in South and Southeast Asian cuisines. Both ripe and unripe fruits are consumed. It is available internationally, canned or frozen and in chilled meals as are various products derived from the fruit, such as noodles and chips.

MOQ 10MT

Supplied from Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia or India.


Green Cardamom

Green cardamom, also known as true cardamom or choti elaichi in Hindi, is a spice from Elettaria cardamomum, a plant that belongs to the ginger family (Zingiberaceae). Producers harvest its small, green seeds and pods which carry sweet yet pungent flavors reminiscent of eucalyptus before they are completely mature.

The spice is a staple for sweet and savory Indian cuisine delicacies, most notably masala chai. It lower blood pressure, improve breathing, and maaid weight loss. What\'s more, animal and test-tube studies show that cardamom may help fight tumors, improve anxiety, fight bacteria and protect your liver, though the evidence in these cases is less strong.

People use cardamom seeds and pods in curries, desserts, and meat dishes, as well as in beverages, such as coffee and chai tea.

MOQ: 2 MT

We supply the best green cardamoms from our affiliated suppliers from India.


May-19-23
Green Tea

Green tea is a type of tea that is made from Camellia sinensis leaves and buds that have not undergone the same withering and oxidation process which is used to make oolong teas and black teas. Green tea originated in China, and since then its production and manufacture has spread to other countries in East Asia.

People used green tea in traditional Chinese and Indian medicine to control bleeding and heal wounds, aid digestion, improve heart and mental health, and regulate body temperature. Studies suggest that green tea may have positive effects on weight loss, liver disorders, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, and more.

MOQ: 14 MT

Supplied from India, Kenya, Sri Lanka and Indonesia.




Coconut and Palm Ekel (For Broom, etc)

For centuries people in many tropical countries has been used to bundle little fallen branches of trees and sweep their outdoor surface.

Coconut Ekel is midrib of coconut leaves which is removed and dried to make natural brooms. The strength and flexibility of the midrib is what helps it become an efficient and effective broom.

Palm ekel on the other hand is similar but lighter in weight than the coconut ekel but it serves the same purpose as efficiently as the coconut ekel when made into a broom.

MOQ: 20 MT

We can supply coconut and palm ekel from Vietnam, India, Thailand and Indonesia.


May-30-23
Iron Ore

Iron ores are rocks and minerals from which metallic iron can be economically extracted. The ores are usually rich in iron oxides and vary in color from dark grey, bright yellow, or deep purple to rusty red.

The iron is usually found in the form of
Mangnetie (Fe3O4, 72.4% Fe) hematite (Fe2O3 69.9%)
goethite ((FeO(OH), 62.9% Fe) Limonite (FeO(OH) n(H2O) 55% Fe) siderite (FeCO3, 48.2%, Fe)

Ores containing very high quantities of hematite or magnetite, typically greater than about 60% iron, are known as natural ore or direct shipping ore, and can be fed directly into iron-marking blast furnaces.

Iron ore is the raw material used to make pig iron which is one of the main raw materials to make steel 98% of the mined iron ore is used to make steel.

In 2011 the Finacial Times quoted Christopher LaFemina, mining analyst at Barclays Capital, saying that iron ore is " More integral to the global economy than any other commodity except perhaps oil".

MOQ 25,000

Supplied from Oman


Feb-05-24
Lithium

Lithium


Macadamia Nuts

Macadamia nuts are tree nuts that have a subtle, butter like flavor and creamy texture. Native to Australia, macadamia trees are now grown in various places around the world, such as Brazil, Costa Rica, Hawaii, and Kenya.

Like most other nuts, macadamia nuts are rich in nutrients and beneficial plant compounds. They are also linked to several benefits, including improved digestion, heart health, weight management, and blood sugar control.

Macadamia nuts are calorie-rich nuts that are high in healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals. Macadamia nuts are also rich in monounsaturated fats, a type of fat that may boost heart health by lowering your total and LDL (bad) cholesterol levels.

These nuts are low in carbs and sugar and have a moderate fiber content. This combination makes them unlikely to spike your blood sugar levels, which may be especially beneficial for people with diabetes.

MOQ: 5 MT

Supplied from Kenya and South America.


May-19-23
Mango

Mango is an edible stone fruit produced by the tropical tree Mangifera Indica. It is believed to have originated between Northwestern Myanmar, Bangladesh, and North-Eastern India.

M. Indica has been cultivated in South and Southeast Asia since ancient times resulting in two types of modern cultivars: the " Indian type" and the "Southeast Asian type".

Other species in the genus Mangifera also produce edible fruits that are also called "mangoes" the majority of which are found in the Malesian ecoregion.

Worldwide, there are several hundred cultivars of mango. Depending on the cultivar, mango fruit varies in size, shape, sweetness, skin color, and flesh color, which may be pale yellow, gold, green, or orange.

Mangoes are generally sweet, although the taste and texture of the flesh vary across cultivars some, such as Alphonso, have a soft, pulpy, juicy texture similar to an overripe plum, while others, such as Tommy Atkins are firmer, like a cantaloupe or avocado, with a fibrous texture.

MOQ 5 tons

Supplied from India, Vietnam, Africa, South America, Pakistan and Indonesia.


Apr-23-23
Orange

The orange is a hybrid between pomelo (Citrus maxima) and mandarin (Citrus reticulata). It originated in a region encompassing Southern China, Northeast India, and Myanmar, and the earliest mention of the sweet orange was in Chinese literature in 314 BC. As of 1987, orange trees were found to be the most cultivated fruit tree in the world.

Orange trees are widely grown in tropical and subtropical climates for their sweet fruit. The fruit of the orange tree can be eaten fresh, or processed for its juice or fragrant peel. As of 2012, sweet oranges accounted for approximately 70% of citrus production.

MOQ 20ft container

Supplied from China, India, Vietnam or Turkey.


Coir Geotextiles

Coir Geo-textile is an eco-friendly product made from coconut coir, widely used for soil bio-engineering and slope stabilization programs.

Coir geotextile possesses the mechanical strength essential to hold soil in position and stop erosion. The nettings split up the runoff and dispel the power of flowing water. Coir also encourages the establishment of recent plant life by absorbing water and stopping becoming dry from the top soil and seed products.

Coir geotextile can be categorized as machine-made or hand-made in various weights of the net.

Material: 100% Cocofiber
Wrap/weft: 4 x 4 cm, 5 x 5 cm (custom)
Diameter of Yarn: 4-5 mm
Size/Roll: 2 x 20m (custom)
Weight/Roll: 14 kg
Construction: Panama 1/1
Loadability: 40" HC (800 bale MT)

Supplied from Vietnam, India, or Indonesia.


Apr-23-23
Coir Sheet

Coir sheet can used for a plan liners, for weed control in vineyard, and for the prevention of soil erosion in small backyard slopes and gardening applications.

Coir sheet come with a thickness 3mm, 5mm or 10mm.

Coir sheets consist of layers of coir fiber with a natural latex layer added on it to hold the fiber together.

Colour: Golden Brown
Thickness: 3-10 mm (custom)
Moisture Content: 18% - 20%
Width: 50-200 cm
Length: up to 20 m

Supplied from Vietnam, India or Indonesia.


May-19-23
Coir Logs

Coir logs is the best Solution for soil erosion.

Coir Logs are easy to use, have less water evaporation, suitable for hills, banks, shorelines, and other erosion-prone areas -the most effective material in creating natural environments.

Coir Twine is made from coconut fiber which is extracted from coconut husk, using a spinning machine.

Material: 100% Cocofiber
Diameter Log: 30 cm
Diameter of Yarn: 6-7 mm
Lengths: 3 m (custom)
Inner Core: Cocofiber
Weight/Log: 45 kg
Application: Erosion Control
Loadability: 40" HC (250 log)
MOQ: 50 logs

Supplied from Vietnam, India, or Indonesia.


Apr-23-23
Coir Sticks

Coir sticks are used for growing small climbers and as support for small flowering plants. These sticks are used in nurseries, horticulture & greenhouse farming and indoor or outdoor horticulture decor also for ornamental plants and vegetables.

Coir sticks are used for growing small climbers and as support for small flowering plants.

Coir sticks are made by coir rope with wood or plastic stick.

Colour: Golden Brown
Materials: Wood or PVC
Length: 40-120 cm (custom)
Diameter: 2 cm

Supplied from Vietnam, India or Indonesia.


Feb-05-24
Corriander

Corriander


Feb-05-24
Tentalite

Tentalite


May-19-23
Passion Fruit

Native to the eastern coast of South America, passion fruit is grown across all tropical and subtropical regions for its sweet, tangy fruit. Beginning its life as a striking purple flower, the plant soon develops round-shaped, purple-fleshed fruit. Inside each fruit is a slightly acidic flesh with crunchy, edible seeds.

Passion fruits are round or oval, and range from a width of 1.5 to 3 inches. They can be yellow, red, purple, or green. The fruits have a juicy edible center composed of a large number of seeds.

MOQ: 5 MT

Supplied from Vietnam, Uganda or Indonesia.


Apr-24-23
Black Pepper

Black pepper, (Piper nigrum), also called pepper, perennial climbing vine of the family Piperaceae and the hotly pungent spice made from its fruits. Black pepper is native to the Malabar Coast of India and is one of the earliest spices known. Widely used as a spice around the world, pepper also has limited usage in medicine as a carminative (to relieve flatulence) and as a stimulant of gastric secretions.

In early historic times pepper was widely cultivated in the tropics of Southeast Asia, where it became highly regarded as a condiment. Pepper became an important article of overland trade between India and Europe and often served as a medium of exchange; tributes were levied in pepper in ancient Greece and Rome.

MOQ 5MT

Supplied from Vietnam, Indonesia, India and Sri Lanka.


May-19-23
White Pepper

White pepper is obtained by removing the dark outer part of the pericarp of the dried peppercorn, and the flavor is less pungent than that of black pepper. The outer coating is softened either by keeping the berries in moist heaps for 2 or 3 days or by keeping them in sacks submerged in running water for 7 to 15 days, depending on the region. The softened outer coating is then removed by washing and rubbing or by trampling, and the berries are spread in the sun to dry. Whole white pepper can also be prepared by grinding off the outer coating mechanically.

Use white pepper to season light-colored dishes like cream sauces, soups, potatoes, pasta, and seafood. White pepper has a pungent flavor so use less than you would black pepper.

White pepper is a good source of flavonoids, vitamin A, and vitamin C. These aid in lowering high blood pressure. Thus, white pepper may help manage blood pressure.

MOQ 5 MT

Supplied from Vietnam, India, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka.


Apr-23-23
Pineapple

Pineapple (Ananas comosus) is an incredibly delicious, healthy tropical fruit. It's packed with nutrients, antioxidants, and other helpful compounds, such as enzymes that can protect against inflammation and disease. It's commonly eaten baked, grilled, or freshly cut.

Pineapple contains plenty of nutrients and beneficial compounds, such as vitamin C, manganese, and enzymes to help aid digestion. Eating fresh or roasted ripe pineapple may help boost immunity, lower cancer risk, and improve recovery time after surgery.

MOQ 20ft container

Supplied from Vietnam, Indonesia, India, Kenya.



Himalayan Pink Salt

Himalayan Pink Salt


Himalayan Pink Salt

Himalayan salt is mined from the Salt Range mountains, the southern edge of a fold-and-thrust belt that underlies the Pothohar Plateau south of the Himalayas in Pakistan.
Himalayan salt comes from a thick layer of Ediacaran to early Cambrian evaporites of the Salt Range Formation. This geological formation consists of crystalline halite intercalated with potash salts, overlain by gypsiferous marl and inter-layered with beds
of gypsum and dolomite with infrequent seams of oil shale that accumulated between 600 and 540 million years ago. These strata and the overlying Cambrian to Eocene sedimentary rocks were thrust southward over younger sedimentary rocks, and eroded to create the Salt Range. The salt, which often has a pinkish tint due to trace minerals, is primarily used as a food additive to replace refined table salt but is also used for cooking and food presentation, decorative lamps and spa treatments.

Himalayan salt is a table salt. Analysis of a range of Khewra salt samples showed them to be between 96% and 99% sodium chloride, with trace presence of calcium, iron, zinc, chromium, magnesium, and sulphate, all at varying safe levels below 1%.

MOQ 5MT

Supplied from Pakistan.

 



Himalayan Pink Salt

Himalayan salt is mined from the Salt Range mountains, the southern edge of a fold-and-thrust belt that underlies the Pothohar Plateau south of the Himalayas in Pakistan.
Himalayan salt comes from a thick layer of Ediacaran to early Cambrian evaporites of the Salt Range Formation. This geological formation consists of crystalline halite intercalated with potash salts, overlain by gypsiferous marl and inter-layered with beds
of gypsum and dolomite with infrequent seams of oil shale that accumulated between 600 and 540 million years ago. These strata and the overlying Cambrian to Eocene sedimentary rocks were thrust southward over younger sedimentary rocks, and eroded to create the Salt Range. The salt, which often has a pinkish tint due to trace minerals, is primarily used as a food additive to replace refined table salt but is also used for cooking and food presentation, decorative lamps and spa treatments.

Himalayan salt is a table salt. Analysis of a range of Khewra salt samples showed them to be between 96% and 99% sodium chloride, with trace presence of calcium, iron, zinc, chromium, magnesium, and sulphate, all at varying safe levels below 1%.

MOQ 5MT

Supplied from Pakistan.

 


May-19-23
Pistachio

Pistachio, (Pistacia vera) is, a small tree of the cashew family (Anacardiaceae), and its edible seeds, are grown in dry lands in warm or temperate climates. While the pistachio tree is believed to be indigenous to Iran. It is widely cultivated from Afghanistan to the Mediterranean region and in California.

The seed kernels can be eaten fresh or roasted and are commonly used in a variety of desserts, including baklava, halvah, and ice cream. They are also used for yellowish-green coloring in confections. The seeds are high in protein, fat, dietary fiber, and vitamin B6. Pistachios are bursting with fiber, minerals, and unsaturated fat that can help keep your blood sugar,
blood pressure, and cholesterol in check. Their fiber and protein can make you feel fuller for longer. This fiber can also have a positive effect on your gut by aiding "good" bacteria.

MOQ: 10 MT

Supplied from Turkey or Iran.


Dried Red Chilli

Sun-drying is the most natural method when it comes to drying the chillies as it requires no preparation. Direct sunlight and heat are the only success factors to ensure a bountiful supply of dried chillies. Fresh chillies are dried under the sun for at least 3 days.

Dried chillies or dried peppers are added into stir-fries, curries and even soups to add some spiciness to the flavour. The usage of dried chillies does not only makes the dish spicy but also provides a stronger taste and colour to the dish compared to fresh chillies.

Dried chillies of certain varieties such as cayenne help to minimise cholesterol, triglyceride levels, and platelet aggregation. They also increase your body's ability to dissolve fibrin, a substance that leads to the formation of blood clots.

MOQ: 10 MT

Supplied from India and Vietnam.


May-08-23
Rice

Rice is the staple food of over half the world\'s population. It is the predominant dietary energy source for 17 countries in Asia and the Pacific, 9 countries in North and South America, and 8 countries in Africa. Rice provides 20% of the world\'s dietary energy supply, while wheat supplies 19% and maize (corn) 5%.

The varieties of rice are typically classified as long-, medium-, and short-grained. The grains of long-grain rice (high in amylose) tend to remain intact after cooking; medium-grain rice (high in amylopectin) becomes more sticky. Short-grain rice is used extensively in Japan, including to accompany savory dishes. Short grain rice is often used for rice pudding.

We can supply Sella 1121 (Golden, Creamy, White), Sella 1509, Ponni, Matta, Sona Masoori, Jasmine, etc.

MOQ: 20ft container

Supplied India, Pakistan, Thailand, and Indonesia.


Bitumen Roofing Sheets

Bitumen roofing sheets are a great lightweight and durable choice of sheet for almost any outdoor roofing project. Our bitumen roofing sheets come in a variety of colours with a corrugated structure for extra strength.

Bitumen is very durable, and unlike the other roofing sheet options can often look better as it weathers in the eyes of many. It can resist impacts fairly well, yet it is incredibly easy to cut to size. Bitumen is nearly always corrugated, which helps to resist impacts as well as easily shed water.

MOQ 20ft Container.

Supplied from Turkiye, India or China.


Coir Twine Net (For Meonggae Cultivation)

Coir Twine Nets are used for oyster, sea squirt, Mongi cultivation and it provides a necessary environment that enables breeding to grow.

Coir Twine is made from coconut fiber which is extracted from coconut husk, using a spinning machine.

Material: 100% Cocofiber
Size: 90 x 130 cm
Diameter of Yarn: 5-6 mm
Twist: 13-15/10cm
Technics: Spinning Machine
Length of Yarn pieces: 200 m
Packaging: 10 pcs/bale
Loadability: 40"HC (5400 pcs)
MOQ: 5400 pcs

Supplied from Vietnam, India or Indonesia.


Apr-23-23
Coir Rope

Coir rope is determined by factors such as type of coir fibre used, twisting wavelength, diameter and braking strength.

The coir rope is relatively waterproof, and is one of the few natural fibres resistant to damage by saltwater. Coir ropes can be used as a substitute for plastic rope, to make nets, plant climbing media, make geo-textile, etc.

Coir ropes are made from coco-fiber. Coir rope is usually a 2 ply yarn made out of coir fibre with the help of spinning machine.

Colour: Golden Brown
Materials: Cocofiber
Density: 70-150 m/kg (custom)
Diameter: 4-7 mm

Supplied from Vietnam, India or Indonesia.


Coir Twine (For Hops Farming)

Coir twine is extremely popular among hops growers. Another benefit is that coir twine is often more affordable than other natural twines, such as sisal.

Coir Twine is made from coconut fiber which is extracted from coconut husk, using a spinning machine.

Material: 100% Coco Fiber
Diameter: 5-6 mm
Type: 2 Ply
Lbs: 90-100 lbs
Packaging: 100 pcs/hank
Weight/Bale: 80-85 Kg
Length/Pcs: 5.8, 6, 6.4 m (custom)
Loadability: 40" HC (140 bale)
MOQ: 70 Bales

Supplied from Vietnam, India or Indonesia.


Silica Sand (Quartz Sand)

Silica sand,� also known as quartz sand, white sand, or industrial sand,� is made up of two main elements: silica and oxygen. Specifically, silica sand is made up of silicon dioxide (SiO2).

The most common form of SiO2 is quartz â?? a chemically inert and relatively hard mineral. SiO2 grades at a 7 out of 10 on� Mohs hardness scale, making it ideal for use as� filtration media� and� abrasive blasting sands.

Although quartz is often white or colourless, it can come in a wide range of shades. The colour of each sand deposit depends largely on the variety of minerals and rock detritus that make up the resource.

In order to be considered a silica sand the material must contain at least 95% SiO2 and less than 0.6% iron oxide. If the sand does not meet this criteria, it will qualify as whatâ??s often called â??regularâ?? sand.

Regular sand,� also known as feldspathic sand, brown sand, or construction sand, will always contain some silica, but only in amounts less than 95%. For example, typical brown sand used for� concrete applications� can contain up to 80% SiO2, along with varying amounts of iron, carbonate, potassium, and other trace elements/minerals.

MOQ 25,000MT

Supplied from Egypt, Iraq, Vietnam or Indonesia


May-19-23
Strawberry

The garden strawberry (or simply strawberry; Fragaria ananassa) is a widely grown hybrid species of the genus Fragaria, collectively known as the strawberries, which are cultivated worldwide for their fruit. The fruit is widely appreciated for its characteristic aroma, bright red color, juicy texture, and sweetness.

It is consumed in large quantities, either fresh or in such prepared foods as jam, juice, pies, ice cream, milkshakes, and chocolates. Artificial strawberry flavorings and aromas are also widely used in products such as candy, soap, lip gloss, perfume, and many others.

Strawberries are good for your whole body. They naturally deliver vitamins, fiber, and particularly high levels of antioxidants known as polyphenols -- without any sodium, fat, or cholesterol. They are among the top 20 fruits in antioxidant capacity and are a good source of manganese and potassium. Just one serving -- about eight strawberries -- provides more vitamin C than an orange.

MOQ 5 MT

Supplied from Kenya and Turkey.


Sugar ICUMSA 600-1200 (Brown Sugar)

Known as brown sugar, Icumsa 600-1200 is 100% raw refined and is produced after the first crystallization of sugar cane. This sugar is thicker than white sugar, known as Icumsa 45, and its color is brownish. Raw brown sugar from sugar cane, when fully refined, contains about 70% white sugar.

Light brown sugar, sometimes known as Demerara sugar or raw cane sugar, is often used in sauces and in most baked goods. It is a partially processed sugar that retains more of the molasses naturally present.

Dark brown sugar has a deeper color and stronger molasses flavor than light brown sugar - the rich, full flavor makes it ideal for gingerbread, beans, barbecue and other full flavored foods. The crystals are slightly thicker and stickier than normal brown sugar, giving that sugar a sandy texture.

MOQ 12,500MT

Supplied from Brazil


Sugar ICUMSA 45

Icumsa 45 sugar, known today as white sugar, is one of the most sought after by sugar importers worldwide, due to its purity and brightness.

The term ICUMSA is an acronym called the International Commission for Uniform Methods of Sugar Analysis, or the International Commission for Uniform Methods of Sugar Analysis in free translation.

As the highest quality sugar available on the market today, ICUMSA 45 sugar has a sparkling white color and is highly refined, suitable for human consumption and use in a wide range of food products.

Due to 99.8% sucrose in its composition, Icumsa sugar has a high purity and can be stored for up to 2 years.

Other types of white sugar include ICUMSA 100 and ICUMSA 150, refined white sugars that lack the clear sparkling appearance of ICUMSA 45, but which are nonetheless still safe for human consumption.

MOQ 25,000MT

Supplied from Brazil


Sugar ICUMSA 100/150

Known today as crystal sugar, ICUMSA 100/150 are widely used in large-scale baking and in the production of drinks and food. Formed by the crystallization process, without chemical refining, crystal sugar serves as a lower cost substitute in relation to Icumsa 45 sugar, known as traditional white sugar, even more because it contains less chemicals in its composition.

Crystal sugar undergoes a clarification process, using sulphitation and chalk. It consists of fine, regular crystals, with high brightness and 99.5% purity, widely used in the production of carbonated drinks, liqueurs, juices, ice cream and sweets in general.

MOQ 25,000MT

Supplied from Brazil


Feb-05-24
Sulfur

Sulfur


Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower seeds are technically the fruits of the sunflower plant (Helianthus annuus). The seeds are harvested from the plantâ??s large flower heads, which can measure more than 12 inches (30.5cm) in diameter. A single sunflower head may contain up to 2,000 seeds.

There are two main types of sunflower crops. One type is grown for the seeds you eat, while the other â?? which is the majority farmed â?? is grown for the oil.

The sunflower seeds you eat are encased in inedible black-and-white striped shells, also called hulls. Those used for extracting sunflower oil have solid black shells. Sunflower seeds have a mild, nutty flavor and a firm but tender texture. Theyâ??re often roasted to enhance the flavor, though you can also buy them raw. Studies found that consumption of seeds â?? including sunflower seeds â?? was linked to lower rates of cardiovascular disease, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure. Sunflower seeds are a source of many vitamins and minerals that can support your immune system and increase your ability to fight off viruses.

MOQ: 15 MT

Supplied from China or South America.


Wooden Tableware

Wooden tableware and kitchenware using sustainable wood is highly sought after in this day and age. This helps reduce the use of plastics which damage the environment. Using sustainable wood also helps stop deforestation.


Blue Silver Tarpaulin

A Polyethylene tarpaulin ("polytarp") is not a traditional fabric, but rather, a laminated of woven and sheet material. The center is loosely woven from strips of Polyethylene plastic, with sheets of the same material bonded to the surface. This creates a fabric-like material that resists stretching well in all directions and is waterproof.

All these Virgin PE Tarpaulin Sheets are widely used for truck covers, transportation, agriculture, industrial, building, etc. The big feature for the tarpaulin is economic, practical, convenient and so on.

Sheets can be either of low-density polyethylene (LDPE) or high-density polyethylene (HDPE). When treated against ultraviolet light, these tarpaulins can last for years exposed to the elements, but non- UV treated material will quickly become brittle and loose strength and water resistance if exposed to sunlight.

MOQ 20ft Container

Supplied from China, Vietnam, India, Thailand.


Flavored Specialty Teas

Not all teas are made equally. Teas are available in different forms with a wide price range and methods of consumption. Some teas have more aroma than the others, or you might find some teas easier to steep than the others.

Tea leaves are graded differently. The whole leaves and some broken leaves are the ones that are being packaged as specialty teas. Specialty tea is a high-grade premium loose-leaf tea. These are considered as high in quality tea leaves. The whole tea leaf is the type of tea leaf that can be used for multiple infusion and take the longest time to infuse. The broken tea leaves that are large enough are also considered in making specialty tea because it preserves its high quality. In fact, some broken leaf is better than a few whole leaf teas.

Now add natural real flavors, whether fruity or flowery or other, to these specialty teas, and you end with an exquisite tea with natural flavors and colors that can change moods and move hearts.

MOQ: 5 MT

Supplied from India or Sri Lanka.


PE Tarpaulin (Multi Color)

A� polyethylene� tarpaulin (\"polytarp\") is not a traditional fabric, but rather, a� laminate� of woven and sheet material. The center is loosely woven from strips of� polyethylene� plastic, with sheets of the same material bonded to the surface. This creates a fabric-like material that resists stretching well in all directions and is waterproof.

Sheets can be either of� low density polyethylene� (LDPE) or� high density polyethylene� (HDPE). When treated against� ultraviolet� light, these tarpaulins can last for years exposed to the elements, but non-UV� treated material will quickly become brittle and lose strength and water resistance if exposed to sunlight.

MOQ 20ft Container

Supplied from China, Vietnam, India, Thailand.


Vanilla Beans (Vanilla planifolia)

There are over 110 varieties of vanilla orchids. Only one, Vanilla planifolia, produces the fruit responsible for 99 percent of commercial vanilla.

Most often, vanilla beans are processed into vanilla extract, a common ingredient in baked goods and other food recipes.

Whole vanilla beans or their seeds are used in recipes, just not as frequently because of the higher cost. The tiny seeds add texture and the bean has an intense flavor, plus they can add to the beauty of a light-colored dessert. Vanilla beans are simple to prepare. They\'re also often used whole to infuse the natural flavor into sugar, syrups, and beverages.

MOQ: 10 MT

We can supply vanilla beans from Indonesia, India, Madagascar, etc.


Jun-01-23
Walnuts

A walnut is the edible seed of any tree of the genus Juglans (family Juglandaceae), particularly the Persian or English walnut, Juglans regia. The fruits of trees in the (family Juglandaceae) are often confused with drupes. Still, they are accessory fruit because the outer covering of the fruit is technically an involucre and thus not morphologically part of the carpel; this means it cannot be a drupe but is instead a drupe-like nut.

Although culinarily considered a \"nut\" and used as such, it is not a true botanical nut. After full ripening, the shell is discarded, and the kernel is eaten.

Walnuts are rich in heart-healthy fats and are high in antioxidants. What\'s more, regularly eating walnuts may improve brain health and reduce your risk of heart disease and cancer. These nuts are easily incorporated into your diet, as they can be eaten on their own or added to many different foods.

MOQ: 14 MT

Supplied from China


Hardwood Charcoal

Hardwood Charcoal (Lump Charcoal)Also known as "Lump Charcoal," this is what you get when the wood is burned down to impurity-free coal. No binders, no fillers just pure, simple, high-quality charcoal.

It is made by slowly burning real pieces of wood in an airtight area until all the natural chemicals, sap, and moisture leave the wood. All that's left is pure charcoal.

Many different types of trees can be used to make hardwood charcoal, some give off sparks and others donnot. Mostly used in BBQs and for home use, they burn faster than briquettes.

MOQ: 24 MT

Supplied from Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Paraguay, and Africa.


Hardwood Charcoal

Hardwood Charcoal (Lump Charcoal)Also known as \"Lump Charcoal,\" this is what you get when the wood is burned down to impurity-free coal. No binders, no fillers just pure,
simple, high-quality charcoal.

It is made by slowly burning real pieces of wood in an airtight area until all the natural chemicals, sap, and moisture leave the wood. All that\'s left is pure charcoal.

Many different types of trees can be used to make hardwood charcoal, some give off sparks and others donâ??t. Mostly used in BBQs and for home use, they burn
faster than briquettes.

MOQ 24MT

Supplied from Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Paraguay and Africa.


 
 
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