Our Export Oriented Products
Our Export Oriented Products
Nelco has reached all major continents in the world with spices, pasta, grains, and sweets. Our most
demanding product range is around spices because we use authentic Sri Lankan herbs to make them.
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 flavouring additive in a wide variety of cuisines, sweet and savoury dishes, breakfast cereals, snack foods, teas, and traditional foods.
Nearly every part of the moringa tree is edible. It is rich in antioxidants and other nutrients which are commonly missing in the diets of people living in undeveloped countries. Moringa powder can be used as an antiseptic to sterilize contaminated surfaces. It is effective against a wide range of bacteria and fungi, including those that cause gastric ulcers and gastric cancer.
Organic ginger powder has a high source of vitamins and minerals like manganese, potassium, copper and magnesium. Nutritionally dense and loaded with plantbased antioxidants & vitamins/minerals such as manganese, potassium, copper and magnesium. It can be used for teas, smoothies, juices, pickles etc.
Curry Leaves Powder
Curry leaves are a mandatory spice in any oriental household. Nelco Curry Leaf Powder is made with the finest of the curry leaves that are carefully dried before it is made into powder. It is ideal to add flavor to bland dishes adding that extra spice.
Ceylon Gamboge Cream
Gamboge fruit is an excellent source of vitamin C and contains a phytonutrient called xanthone,
which is a powerful antioxidant. The fruit also contains dietary fiber and small amounts of
vitamin A, iron, and calcium. Gamboge fruit, botanically classified as Garcinia xanthochymus, is a
tart, tropical fruit that belongs to the Clusiaceae family. Also known as the Yellow mangosteen
and False mangosteen, Gamboge fruits are native to humid, tropical forests of Southeast Asia
and are favored for their sweet and sour flavor, popularly utilized in fresh applications. While the
fruits are not commercially produced and are instead consumed on a local level, the garcinia tree
is more famously known for a resin that is extracted and used as a natural dye and pigment.
Ceylon Soursop Juice
Soursop is a member of the Annonaceae family, and also related with the custard apple family. It has a unique sweet and savory taste. Its scientific name is Annona muricate, but it also call like guanabana, paw-paw, sirsak, and graviola. Soursop has many uses in traditional medicine, and it has been used to treat a wide range of health conditions and ailments.
Ceylon Pineapple Juice
The pineapple is a Bromeliaceae family plant. Many types of pineapple can be used to make commercial pineapple juice, the most common being Smooth Cayenne, Red Spanish, Queen and Abacaxi. Pineapple juice contains 84% water, 16% carbohydrates, and contains negligible fat and protein.
King Coconut Water
King Coconut is endemic to Sri Lanka and is used exclusively for drinking purposes due to its natural sweetness unlike coconut water. It does not contain any chemicals, preservatives, dyes or even sugars.
Ceylon Jackfruit Juice
The bark of a jackfruit is green or yellow and thorny. When it is ripe and ready to eat it emits a smell, but the pulp inside smells and tastes better. They may help prevent diseases like cancer and heart disease, as well as eye problems like cata racts and macular degeneration.
Ceylon Mango Juice
Mango juice is derived from the mangoes that grow on tropical trees belonging to the genus Mangifera. There are hundreds of different species and varieties of mangoes grown around the world, but the most common varieties are Mangifera indica and Mangifera foetida. Among the most notable health benefits of mango juice are lowering blood pressure, improving circulation, improving eyesight, supporting the immune system, preventing cancer and chronic diseases, improving skin health, lowering cholesterol levels, and maintaining acidity levels.
Ceylon Watermelon Juice
Watermelon juice contains a lot of nutrients, including significant amounts of vitamins A and C. It also provides antioxidants such as lycopene and cookerbitazine E.