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Delectable natural meat products from MA’s Kitchen’s Pepper Valley Farm


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MA’s Kitchen has been providing Sri Lankans with high quality products for over three decades and has become one of the country’s most trusted and sought-after food manufacturers. The company, which originally started operations manufacturing spices and curry powders has diversified over the years to encompass several other areas. The organisation’s latest foray is into the production of speciality meat products, snacks convenience meals under its Pepper Valley Farm label. 

The Pepper Valley Farm located in Matale practices the farm to fork concept, so that customers can rest assured that the products they purchase carry the MA’s Kitchen seal of approval throughout the process. 

Pepper Valley CEO Maliek De Alwis speaking about the launch of the product said, “Today’s consumer is conscious of their food choices, and more concerned about where their food ingredients are sourced from. Consumers of processed meats are more conscious of the origin of ingredients and the level of processing involved. This is definitely a step in the right direction for both consumers and food manufacturers. As a trusted brand, we strive to ensure that the products we deliver to our customers are safe and reliable and the best way to do that is to take control of the entire process, from farm to fork, which is what the Pepper valley project strives to do. Our pork products are made with meat sourced from our farm and absolutely no fillers or extenders are used for any of our meat products. Even the locally available spices and herbs are grown on the farm.” 

The Pepper Valley range includes delectable items such as spicy and smoked sausages, lingus, chorizo, pepper crusted ham, satays, yakitori chicken skewers and slow cooked ribs to name a few. Steamed buns filled with various delicious fillings like soy ginger chicken, hoisin pork and curried polos are also available. 

No fillers, meat extenders, MSG or artificial flavours are used and the products are flavoured with just spices and herbs. Furthermore, Pepper Valley chicken sausages are made using only breast and thigh meat and no mechanically deboned meat is used. 

The entire Pepper Valley Farm selection can be found at the main MA’s Kitchen retail outlet at 472, Thimbirigasyaya Road, in Colombo 05. Curated ranges can be found at Park Street Gourmet, Kenko 1st Rosmead Place and House of Wines on Flower Road.

Pepper Valley is part of MA’s Tropical Food Processing Ltd. which has been a leading food manufacturer in Sri Lanka. It is a producer and marketer of quality food, ingredients and condiments for retail consumers in Sri Lanka, as well as to larger corporate and export-oriented customers in the food industry. The corporation is based in Colombo with factories in Dambulla, Matale, Minuwangoda and Iyakkachchi. 


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