About Us

We are a growing company for supplying spices, registered, and certified from Indonesia.

With large resources the company has, We are specialize in supplying spices products such as Vanilla, Black Pepper, Fresh Ginger, Cinnamon, and Nutmeg.

Starting with the obtained market’s share right now, we are intended to growing more in years to come targeting market of Europe, UK, USA, Middle East, etc.

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Vanilla Beans originate from Papua New Guniea Indonesia with fertile and rich soil, Organically grown Vanilla Beans from this region are superior, with taste and aroma qualities that make them exceptional to cultivate.


Nutmeg is a seed that comes from a dark-leaved evergreen tree that is cultivated for its two spices derived from the nutmeg fruit, from the seed and mace. Nutmeg in Indonesia is the main producer of nutmeg and mace seeds.

Black Pepper

Since the 17th century, many countries began to want Indonesian blackpepper. Pepper plants can grow well in the tropics. Therefore, it is natural that at that time this plant was brought and planted on Indonesian soil.


Cinnamon is a spice, sprinkled on toast and lattes. But extracts from the bark as well as leaves, flowers, fruits, and roots of the cinnamon tree have also been used in traditional medicine around the world for thousands of years. It’s used in cooking and baking, and added to many foods.

Betel Nut

Betel nut is the seed of the fruit of the areca palm. It is also known as areca nut. The common names, preparations and specific ingredients vary by cultural group and individuals who use it.


The candlenut tree is originally from the Moluccas Island and grows in various tropical areas. Other than being a spice or food seasoning, Candlenut tree also give multipurpose benefit.

Fresh Giant Ginger

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a flowering plant whose rhizome, ginger root or ginger, is widely used as a spice and a folk medicine.

Dried Konjac Chips

Konjac chips (Amorphophallus Muelleri Blume) are the raw, dried slices of the konjac plant. Konjac chips have a tough and chewy texture, and they need to be rehydrated before they can be used in cooking. Used in various traditional Asian dishes such as hot pot, stir-fries, and soups

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