We offer a wide range of food-safe, organic, traceable, and fair-trade certified products that are recognized as high-value crops with medicinal properties, such as turmeric, ginger, cardamom, lemongrass, allspice, and more. Our products are destined for various industries, including tea and beverages, natural supplements, health and wellness, and cosmetics. We bring high-quality and traceable ingredients to market from farm to consumer, ensuring excellence in every use.

We believe in the transformative power of nature to heal the ecosystem and help those who cultivate them thrive, enabling sustainable living and development. This is why we have established direct relationships with over 250 smallholder farmers in Nicaragua and 250 in Honduras who are committed to growing high-quality products that meet our strict customer requirements. They place great emphasis on environmental protection and grow these crops in agroforestry systems, focusing on organic farming, regenerative agriculture, and climate protection to ensure a balance between environmental sustainability and agricultural productivity.

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Our turmeric is grown by smallholder farmers in Nicaragua in the regions of Boaco, San Juan de Rio Coco, Rio San Juan, and Carazo. The turmeric grown in Nicaragua has a naturally deep orange color, a higher curcumin content and a healing effect. Discover the excellence of our premium dried turmeric, which has a remarkable curcumin content of 6-8% – a significant leap over the industry standard of 1-4% found in turmeric from other origins.

Name: Curcuma Longa.
Origin: Nicaragua.
Location: Boaco, San Juan de Rio Coco, Rio San Juan, Carazo.
Farmers: 250 smallholder families.
Flavor: Indulge in the buttery, earthy, and slightly peppery notes that define our turmeric.
Cup color: Vibrant spectrum ranging from orange to brown.
Formats: Fresh Roots, Dried Slices, Tea-Bag-Cut, and Powder.
Certifications: USDA Organic, EU Organic, Fair for Life, Global Gap, and Kosher
Harvest: January to June.

Export Season

Fresh: January to May
Dried: Available year-round