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Ground Ceylon Cinnamon Powder

Fresh ground Ceylon cinnamon powder for your kitchen and pantry

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I've been making my own vanilla extract for over a decade and used to buy my beans based on reviews at a Infamous Global seller. Was never sure what I would get. Then I found this company! The beans were beautiful! Fragrant, moist but not too moist, easy to cut open to expose the seeds and each Bean was six to seven inches long. I'm a happy extract maker! 💝💃🥳

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Slo Food group team takes great care of their customers. Received a broken bottle of Vanilla and it was immediately handled. Received my replacement bottle within 3 days.
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Great place to get your spices

SLO Food group is the best place I have found to buy my vanilla beans, great customer service, fast shipping and very competitive prices. Thank you for helping me with my project, Vanilla extract. Thank you don young

Don Young

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Ceylon cinnamon consumed mostly in Europe and South America, Ceylon Cinnamon is the rarest and most valuable form of cinnamon in the world today. It is often referred to as true cinnamon, but don't let that fool you. The Ceylon variety of cinnamon is a far cry from the cinnamon you'll find at the supermarket. Its flavor and aroma profile is delicate and sweet with notes of citrus.

If you are watching your coumarin intake, buying Ceylon cinnamon powder is the right choice for you. While most cinnamon has high coumarin content, it is minimal with Ceylon cinnamon.

Packed in the USA and ground fresh. We know you will love this product as much as we do.
  • Why is Ceylon cinnamon called "true" cinnamon and how does it differ from other types of ground cinnamon?
  • True Cinnamon from Sri Lanka that is finely ground and perfect for spice blends, garam masala, and sprinkling atop your morning oatmeal
  • Tips for using Ceylon Cinnamon Powder:
There are many types of cinnamon, all derived from the bark of trees belonging to the Cinnamomum genus but are of different species. Most are types of Cassia cinnamon. They look and taste different than our True cinnamon, which reigns from the Cinnamomum Verum tree, native to Sri Lanka. It is the only original cinnamon and is prized by epicureans worldwide. Cassia cinnamon is merely a substitution for what we know as "true" cinnamon; it has a harsher flavor and lacks the sweetness of Ceylon cinnamon. It also contains large quantities of coumarin, which is a naturally-occurring flavoring substance that can be toxic when ingested in large quantities. While coumarin is also found in Ceylon cinnamon, it only has trace amounts. So if flavor and health are important to you, avoid the more common, Cassia variety. All natural and practically organic, Ceylon cinnamon is available to purchase in both ground cinnamon powder and 5-inch cinnamon quills (cinnamon quills are another name for cinnamon sticks). It is the truest form of cinnamon, beautifully scented, packs a delicate punch, and is a phenomenal addition to culinary delights. We especially love it in baked goods but try it in any recipe you previously used Cassia cinnamon in and you'll see why our ground cinnamon from Sri Lanka is superior to 90% of grocery store bought Cassia cinnamon powder. Do you prefer the spicy kick that is Saigon cinnamon? Find Vietnamese cinnamon you can buy online in our shop too.
Our Ceylon Cinnamon Powder is grown, harvested, and dried on a family estate in Sri Lanka, where all true cinnamon has its roots. Sri Lanka is the birthplace and largest exporter of Ceylon Cinnamon (cinnamomum Verum). In South America, true cinnamon is commonly used in rubs, moles, and other sauces. Ceylon cinnamon is used in Mexican chocolate and other goods or drinks such as horchata, flan, and other familiar favorites. For this reason, Ceylon Cinnamon is commonly referred to as Mexican cinnamon. Though not native to Mexico, the country does grow small amounts of this product. Still, Ceylon cinnamon is almost entirely imported from Sri Lanka.
Applications don't need to be complex. Try adding a touch of Ceylon cinnamon powder to berries, oatmeal, protein shakes, and any of your other favorite, quick snacks, and meals. It will transform them into a wonderful treat with a natural sweetness. Pair with our nutmeg to capture that classic autumn flavor. A wonderful thing about Ceylon cinnamon is that the flavor properties it possesses tricks your taste buds into believing dishes are heavier in sweetness than they actually are! If you have a sweet tooth but are looking to cut back on your sugar intake, Ceylon cinnamon will soon be your new culinary best friend. An interesting fact about Ceylon Cinnamon This coveted spice was once more precious than gold (aren’t we glad we are not paying those prices)! Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices known to humanity. It was mentioned in the Bible, used in ancient Egypt, and has caused countries to go to war. At one point in history, Cinnamon was so highly treasured that it was considered more valuable than gold. We sure can't imagine our kitchen or pantry without it. Learn more about the history of Ceylon Cinnamon in this post! Looking to find out about the supposed health benefits of Ceylon cinnamon for blood sugar, type 2 diabetes and more? Please consult your physician or healthcare provider any specific health related advice. Interested in the difference between Ceylon and cassia? Check out this article to learn more, will the real cinnamon please stand up *Our Ceylon cinnamon powder is non-GMO, gluten free, all natural, and certified kosher by EarthKosher.

Frequently Asked Questions

Ceylon cinnamon powder is currently available for purchase at Slofoodgroup.
You can use ceylon cinnamon powder in a variety of ways such as adding to tea, sprinkling onto fruit, adding to smoothies, adding to baked goods or even adding to a delicious cocktail. Ceylon cinnamon powder is a perfect treat that is naturally sweet and doesn’t contain any added sugar.
1lb of ceylon cinnamon powder currently costs $23.00 at Slofoodgroup.
Ceylon cinnamon powder is typically more expensive, has a mild sweet flavor, and is light brown in color. The cinnamon powder is extremely fine and light. In contrast, Cassia cinnamon powder is cheaper, has a spicy flavor, and a dark brown color.
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03/20/2023
Steve M.
United States United States

Ceylon Cinnamon Powder

The regular tests performed by SloFoodGroup to insure that foreign suppliers aren't cutting the Ceylon cinnamon with cassia cinnamon is most important. This is a practice that is performed by foreign and online vendors in order to increase profit margin. The first indicator of this is of course color. The darker the cinnamon, the more cassia it contains. The airy/floral taste of course being the ultimate indicator of true Ceylon cinnamon, as apposed to the bitter/pungent taste of cassia. Most important is the health reasons for Ceylon cinnamon, as it does not have the hazardous compounds that are present in cassia cinnamon. Thus the reason for Ceylon being the necessary choice when cinnamon is used for daily consumption in order to help keep blood sugar levels in check. Most online vendors are not aware or ignore these important differences in cinnamon, as profit margin takes precedence over consumer health and satisfaction. Just as most consumers are not aware of the differences in cinnamon. The cinnamon they buy at the grocery store is of course cassia, not Ceylon or true cinnamon. The FDA has not required spice companies to label what type of cinnamon they are selling. The ingredients are always listed as just ground cinnamon. This of course being that cassia cinnamon is much cheaper to produce, thus increasing profit margin. The FDA has been made aware of the need for proper labeling of cinnamon. Until the FDA makes necessary proper cinnamon labeling, the consumer will have to rely on companies such as SloFoodGroup to insure consumer safety and satisfaction.

TM
02/17/2023
Tim M.
United States United States

YUM!!!!!

Pretty tasty stuff !!!

A Slofoodgroup Customer
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01/31/2023
Connie S.
United States United States

My grandma has Parkinson’s disease, she is about 75 years old it was detected 7 years ago.

My grandma has Parkinson’s disease, she is about 75 years old it was detected 7 years ago. Right now it’s getting more difficult to live for her, because of stiff muscles she can’t even move. L-dopa and carbidopa medicines are given, but won"t give much relief. She can"t eat food and the skin is damaging forming ganglia. I thought this might be the last stage and the medications she was given did not help at all, so I started to do alot of research on natural treatments and came across Parkinson’s Herbal Treatment from Health Natural Centre In Hawaii ( healthnaturalcentre .org ), the treatment has made a very huge difference for her. Her symptoms including body weakness and her tremors disappeared after few months on the treatment. She is getting active again since starting this treatment, she is able to walk again ( down the street and back ) and able to ride her treadmill again. God Bless all PD Caregivers. Stay Strong, take small moments throughout the day to thank yourself, to love your self, and pray to whatever faith, star, spiritual force you believe in and ask for strength.

JK
01/27/2023
John K.
United States United States

Pleased with Slofoods Group

I was very pleased with my purchase from Slofood group…I will be purchasing again in the future…..Thank you

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01/25/2023
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United States United States

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