Nuts and Spices
Our organic ginger comes from Sokafana villages (Analamanga region), and Lohariandava (Atsinanana region).
It supports more than four hundred (400) peasants belonging to 4 associations.
A star ingredient in Malagasy recipes, ginger has multiple health benefits.
Our black pepper comes mainly from the north-eastern part of Madagascar. Three (3) associations, each made up of around thirty producers, produce this spice with respect for organic farming.
The campaign periods are between April and June, as well as from September to November.
Commonly called “voatsiperifery”, this spice has a place of honor in Malagasy cuisine. We work with producersin the Anjozorobe Angavo Protected Area corridor, and in the East of the Big Island.
Nearly a hundred families we support live from wild pepper cultivation.
Our cashew nuts producers are located in Ambilobe, in the DIANA region. There are approximately three hundred farmers producing it, in eight (8) associations.
Cashew has multiple health benefits.
It comes from the east coast of Madagascar, and is naturally dried in the sun by associations in the region.
Campaign period: April – May
With a slightly lemony scent, our Ceylon cinnamon comes from the Analanjirofo region, on the east coast of Madagascar. Available in sticks (HNNG) from 5 to 20 cm, or spines (CZ4).
Campaign period: January-May / September-December