Expo Commodities Madagascar was established in 2011 as our first African producer, processor, and exporter of natural and organic spices. Today, we are a leading exporter of cloves and pepper from Madagascar with 100% traceability. Our annual production capacity exceeds 4300 MT, and we are certified with ISO 22 000, Organic EU, and USDA/NOP standards to cater to the global food market. We work hand-in-hand with over 100 farmers and suppliers to develop our downward integration.
Madagascar, one of the world’s largest islands, is renowned for producing aromatic black pepper and is favored by many EU markets. Additionally, it is most popular for cloves and various types of pulses.
Cloves - East Coast (Mananara to Vangaindrano)
Black Pepper - East Coast (Mahanoro to Farafagana)
Cinnamon - East Coast (Mahanoro to Tamatave)
Number of direct/indirect farmers we work with:
Direct Farmers - 01
Indirect Farmers - 25
Date of Commence of Operation: NOVEMBER 2011
Spice procurement involves sourcing, vendor selection, quality, logistics, and compliance. Pricing, contracts, and inventory are critical.
Spice drying is a process of removing moisture from fresh spices to improve their shelf life and concentrate their flavor.
Spice processing involves cleaning, grinding, and packaging for distribution.
Spice packing involves packaging and labelling spices to ensure their freshness, quality, and safety during storage and transportation.
Spice export involves complying with international regulations and organizing logistics.
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