Cinnamon is often confused with another spice known as cassia. Quite often, cassia is being sold as cinnamon in the market. In order to make sure the availability of pure Sri Lankan cinnamon, we have sourced this directly from the farmers in the Western Ghats region of Kerala. Cinnamon is widely cultivated in Sri Lanka and in the Western Ghats of Kerala. Earlier, when spices were exported to the West, the spices took with them the names of the respective ports from which they were exported. The cinnamon exported from Sri Lanka came to be known as Ceylon cinnamon just like the cardamom exported from Alleppey was called the Alleppey cardamom. Though there are naturally grown cinnamon trees in the yards of most of the houses in the Ghats, these spices are not yet commercially exploited. They are not machine harvested like those cinnamons imported from Sri Lanka. In Kerala, since there is no commercial production or farm worker involved, the farmers themselves strip off the cinnamon skin using their knives unlike the imported ones which undergoes mechanized cutting and peeling. Our products are sourced from a network of women who use the surplus spice from their yards to earn a living. We value the trust of our customers; hence the quality of the spices is reassured before its packing. We also sell pure and natural cinnamon powder obtained from similar sources.