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Cinnamon Legends opens another signature showroom in Mount Lavinia

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Cinnamon Legends opened a new signature showroom in Mount Lavinia to cater the increasing  demand for value added Ceylon Cinnamon and other spiced products locally and internationally. The Chief Guest of the event was Minister of Social Empowerment Daya Gamage and the Guest of Honour was Nations Trust Bank PLC Senior Vice President Bandara Jayathilake. 

The new showroom design reflects the brand’s commitment to innovations, new technology and sustainability. The new showroom concept draws inspiration from Chairman Nihal De Silva and Managing Director Upuli De Silva. Cinnamon Legends products are available in its own exclusive outlets, leading shopping malls, department stores, super markets, five-star hotels, salons and spas, high end beauty shops, gymnasiums in Sri Lanka and exported to over 27 countries. The next showroom will be opened in One Galle Face shopping mall in June.

At the launch all the invitees experienced the true innovations of indigenous Ceylon spices, cinnamon tisane, salubrious oils, endearing gifts, perfumed wax candles and range of beauty care and many more. 

Addressing the gathering the company Chief Executive Officer Anushka Vidanapathirana emphasised the importance of value additions in order to be competitive in the international market and to protect the Sri Lankan spice industry from the threats of Indonesia, Vietnam and other emerging spice producers. He admired the support of the Ministry of Primary Industries and the Export Development Board to scale up the spice sector of Sri Lanka.

Cinnamon Legends Ltd. is the pioneering and leading company which manufactures and markets value added cinnamon products nationally and internationally. The product portfolio consists of over 100 items which includes cinnamon quills, powder, teas, other spices pepper, cloves, nutmeg, mace, cardamom (organic and non-organic) personal care, beverages, fragrance oils, scented candles, essential oils, individual and corporate gifts, etc. Cinnamon Legends products are certified with ISO 9001, 22000, Organic USDA, EU, JAS and KOSHER. The products are manufactured with finest raw materials sourced from own plantations and registered suppliers. The state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Kesbewa, the sub processing centres, and trained staff of Cinnamon Legends will take the industry to new highs soon. 

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