Indonesia is one of the largest clove producers in the world with an annual production capacity of 140 KMT per year, giving the country its title as ‘the Spice Islands’. With roughly 75% of the market share, Indonesia is fulfilling the majority of global demand for this fragrant, aromatic flower bud. Cloves are an essential spice, used widely for cooking purposes, and are a star ingredient in our classically known mulled wine, Masala chai tea, and hot apple cider. In addition, cloves have inflammatory properties that serve an important purpose in medicinal products.
With a total plantation size of 450 Kha, the largest clove producing-provinces in Indonesia are Sulawesi, East Java, Central Java, Sumatra, and Maluku. The peak season for our cloves is between October and November. Collectively, our Indonesian clove producers have the ability to produce over 2,000 MT/year, to be allocated to exports. Our production facilities have implemented a combination of machinery such as conveyor belts, dryers, and blowers, as well as human expertise to ensure proper inspection of the cloves.
|Color||Dark Brown, Brown|
|Size per Pack||10 kg/pack|