Who We are..

About Heritage Crops Plantations..

Heritage Crops Plantations (Pvt) Ltd was established in June, 2021 as Green Investment Project in Sri Lanka by Mr.Ganganath Kumarasinghe, with a vision to serve the environment and enrich the export sector of Sri Lankan economy through Green Investment Opportunities by providing high returns to its investors.
The core business concept intends to revolve at environmental conservation. As a socially responsible organization, we care to protect environmental elements such as land, water and air in our day to day operations. Further our culture impulses a definite concern towards the work ethics, best practices and ensures a positive impact on the nature by adopting a 100% environmentally friendly culture.
Green investment projects are proven to be effective investments with highly attractive returns for all investors and future generations. Our ability to redefine the local investment industry reveals the level of experience and confidence in this trade.

Vision

"To be a leading cultivation and export plantation company in Sri Lanka"

Mission

"To uphold the highest standards of performance in our plantations and agribusinesses"

Who We are..

Heritage Crops Plantations (Pvt) Ltd was established in June, 2021 as Green Investment Project in Sri Lanka by Mr.Ganganath Kumarasinghe, with a vision to serve the environment and enrich the export sector of Sri Lankan economy through Green Investment Opportunities by providing high returns to its investors.
The core business concept intends to revolve at environmental conservation. As a socially responsible organization, we care to protect environmental elements such as land, water and air in our day to day operations. Further our culture impulses a definite concern towards the work ethics, best practices and ensures a positive impact on the nature by adopting a 100% environmentally friendly culture.
Green investment projects are proven to be effective investments with highly attractive returns for all investors and future generations. Our ability to redefine the local investment industry reveals the level of experience and confidence in this trade.

Vision

"To be a leading cultivation and export plantation company in Sri Lanka"

Mission

"To uphold the highest standards of performance in our plantations and agribusinesses"

OUR CATEGORIES

OUR CATEGORIES

ABOUT Vanilla

What is Vanilla...

Vanilla comes from the long, greenish-yellow seedpods of a fragrant tropical vanilla orchid. Only two species — Vanilla planifolia and Vanilla tahitensis (Tahitian vanilla) — are cultivated for commercial use as a flavoring or fragrance. Vanilla is grown commercially in Madagascar, Mexico, Indonesia, and Tahiti. Vanilla was first cultivated by the Totonec people of Mexico. In the 15th century the Aztecs conquered the Totonec and required tribute in the form of vanilla beans. Later, the Spanish Conquistadors were indoctrinated into the joys of vanilla when they conquered the Aztecs. And they, in turn, introduced vanilla to Europe.
Vanilla orchids are grown as a vine and hand pollinated. Seven to eight months after pollination, the beans are harvested by hand and undergo a complicated curing process. Vanilla is the second-most expensive spice after Saffron because growing the Vanilla seed pods is labour-intensive. Nevertheless, Vanilla is widely used in both commercial and domestic baking, perfume manufacturing and aromatherapy. According to the universal annual demand for Vanilla consumption, only 30% of Natural Organic Vanilla is supplied from around the world whereas synthetic Vanilla fills the vacuum.

Types of Vanilla...

Vanilla comes from the long, greenish-yellow seedpods of a fragrant tropical vanilla orchid. Only two species — Vanilla planifolia and Vanilla tahitensis (Tahitian vanilla) — are cultivated for commercial use as a flavoring or fragrance. Vanilla is grown commercially in Madagascar, Mexico, Indonesia, and Tahiti. Vanilla was first cultivated by the Totonec people of Mexico. In the 15th century the Aztecs conquered the Totonec and required tribute in the form of vanilla beans. Later, the Spanish Conquistadors were indoctrinated into the joys of vanilla when they conquered the Aztecs. And they, in turn, introduced vanilla to Europe.
Vanilla orchids are grown as a vine and hand pollinated. Seven to eight months after pollination, the beans are harvested by hand and undergo a complicated curing process. Vanilla is the second-most expensive spice after Saffron because growing the Vanilla seed pods is labour-intensive. Nevertheless, Vanilla is widely used in both commercial and domestic baking, perfume manufacturing and aromatherapy. According to the universal annual demand for Vanilla consumption, only 30% of Natural Organic Vanilla is supplied from around the world whereas synthetic Vanilla fills the vacuum.

ABOUT Vanilla

What is Vanilla...

Vanilla comes from the long, greenish-yellow seedpods of a fragrant tropical vanilla orchid. Only two species — Vanilla planifolia and Vanilla tahitensis (Tahitian vanilla) — are cultivated for commercial use as a flavoring or fragrance. Vanilla is grown commercially in Madagascar, Mexico, Indonesia, and Tahiti. Vanilla was first cultivated by the Totonec people of Mexico. In the 15th century the Aztecs conquered the Totonec and required tribute in the form of vanilla beans. Later, the Spanish Conquistadors were indoctrinated into the joys of vanilla when they conquered the Aztecs. And they, in turn, introduced vanilla to Europe.
Vanilla orchids are grown as a vine and hand pollinated. Seven to eight months after pollination, the beans are harvested by hand and undergo a complicated curing process. Vanilla is the second-most expensive spice after Saffron because growing the Vanilla seed pods is labour-intensive. Nevertheless, Vanilla is widely used in both commercial and domestic baking, perfume manufacturing and aromatherapy. According to the universal annual demand for Vanilla consumption, only 30% of Natural Organic Vanilla is supplied from around the world whereas synthetic Vanilla fills the vacuum.

Types of Vanilla...

Vanilla comes from the long, greenish-yellow seedpods of a fragrant tropical vanilla orchid. Only two species — Vanilla planifolia and Vanilla tahitensis (Tahitian vanilla) — are cultivated for commercial use as a flavoring or fragrance. Vanilla is grown commercially in Madagascar, Mexico, Indonesia, and Tahiti. Vanilla was first cultivated by the Totonec people of Mexico. In the 15th century the Aztecs conquered the Totonec and required tribute in the form of vanilla beans. Later, the Spanish Conquistadors were indoctrinated into the joys of vanilla when they conquered the Aztecs. And they, in turn, introduced vanilla to Europe.
Vanilla orchids are grown as a vine and hand pollinated. Seven to eight months after pollination, the beans are harvested by hand and undergo a complicated curing process. Vanilla is the second-most expensive spice after Saffron because growing the Vanilla seed pods is labour-intensive. Nevertheless, Vanilla is widely used in both commercial and domestic baking, perfume manufacturing and aromatherapy. According to the universal annual demand for Vanilla consumption, only 30% of Natural Organic Vanilla is supplied from around the world whereas synthetic Vanilla fills the vacuum.

 

CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE

Heritage Crops Plantation and Exports (Pvt) Ltd is a company with a vision to serve the environment and support trading on exports from the country while creating Green Investment Opportunities to provide high returns to its investors thereby creating a flourishing Green Future.

Vanilla is one of the most expensive spices in the world, coming second only to saffron as it can be quite labor-intensive to produce and harvest. We ensure that the high demand is met with quality products, while also ensuring the projects are sustainable and give back to the country and the environment.

We are confident in our ability to redefine the investment industry in Sri Lanka. We believe that undoubtedly time and time again, agro plantation returns are a win-win solution for all investors, future generations, and mother earth. Join us in one of the most exciting ventures looking towards a green future that puts the environment on the spotlight.

Ganganath Kumarasinghe

Msc (Hons) Business Management

Chairman'S MESSAGE

Heritage Crops Plantation and Exports (Pvt) Ltd is a company with a vision to serve the environment and support trading on exports from the country while creating Green Investment Opportunities to provide high returns to its investors thereby creating a flourishing Green Future.
Vanilla is one of the most expensive spices in the world, coming second only to saffron as it can be quite labor-intensive to produce and harvest. We ensure that the high demand is met with quality products, while also ensuring the projects are sustainable and give back to the country and the environment.
We are confident in our ability to redefine the investment industry in Sri Lanka. We believe that undoubtedly time and time again, agro plantation returns are a win-win solution for all investors, future generations, and mother earth. Join us in one of the most exciting ventures looking towards a green future that puts the environment on the spotlight.

Ganganath Kumarasinghe

Msc (Hons) Business Management

 

About Our Store

Heritage Crops Plantations (Pvt) Ltd was established in June, 2021 as Green Investment Project in Sri Lanka .

Information
Location

14,A, Nalandarama Road, Nugegoda

PHONE

(+94) 114 294 216,(+94) 762 440 415

(+94) 752 440 415

EMAIL

info@heritagecrops.lk