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Venture Green to take organic products into new markets

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 From left: Talal Rafi, Minister Navin Dissanayake, Thusith Muthumala and Thasim Rafi


Venture Green is to expand its value added organic products including its herbal tea products into new regions in the world. Venture Green Global Ltd. is a company focused on exporting value added primary goods from Sri Lanka under its brand.

The three Directors of Venture Green, Thusith Muthumala, Talal Rafi and Thasim Rafi, met Minister of Plantation Industries Navin Dissanayake to launch their latest products.

“Minister Navin Dissanayake has given great support in helping us launch our latest products. He has been very encouraging and through his ministry not only given us the support but also the guidance. We wish to thank the Minister for his support,” said the Directors.

Venture Green was co-founded by Thusith Muthumala, Talal Rafi and Thasim Rafi who are the Directors of the company. Venture Green, seeing an increasing shift towards health consciousness focuses mainly on exporting organic products to countries around the world. 

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