Cinnamon for export and import

Cinnamon for export and import

Cinnamon for export and import

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Cinnamon for export and import

                                                 Cinnamon for export and import

product Name :Cinnamon

Availability time  : All over the Year

Container Capacity : 20 FCL & per 40 FCL

Season Crop of Cinnamon : ALL YEAR


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Product description

Cinnamon for export and import is the common name for the perennial plant Cinnamomum sp., a member of the Lauraceae family. There are hundreds of species within the Cinnamomum genus that are native to tropical and subtropical regions. The spice is harvested from the peels of the inner bark of the Cinnamomum tree

There are 2 main types of Cinnamon for export and import traded in Europe: Ceylon cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) and cassia (Cinnamomum cassia). Cassia is the sweetest of the 2. Ceylon cinnamon, often referred to as true cinnamon, has a milder flavour, is finer and has less coumarin (a moderately toxic, naturally occurring sweet-smelling compound) than cassia. Cassia, the bark of the evergreen cassia tree, is a spice similar to cinnamon but coarser and less fragrant. It is therefore considered to be of lower quality. In this study, cinnamon is used as a general term for both species. When a specific species is meant, it is referred to specifically as cassia or Ceylon cinnamon

Cinnamon for export and import is cultivated extensively in China, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and the coastal regions of India and Vietnam. The statistical data in this document are based on Combined Nomenclature (CN) codes. The CN uses Harmonized System (HS) codes to classify products. The codes used in this study are listed below. While the first code (09061100) focuses exclusively on Cinnamomum zeylanicum (Ceylon cinnamon), the second code (09061900) includes cassia. The cinnamon-tree flowers mentioned under this code are expected to play a very small role in trade. The third code (09062000), for crushed and ground Cinnamon , includes both cassia and Ceylon cinnamon

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