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People who lived in old Ceylon had a majestic food culture. They gave priority to the quality and artistry of the food as well to the taste. They were well aware of all the spices, natural flavorings and healing agents that were suitable for whatever food was prepared in their kitchens. As homemaking was women's primary job at those times, people considered the inability to prepare a delicious meal was a great shortcoming and a humiliation for a women. As few generations, families were living under the same roof, each and every women in the house assisted, helped in cooking regardless of their age. This habit ensured the food culture was passed to the next generation properly. Women were aware of making seasonal dishes according to their availability, also preserving food for later use. Also they knew how to use some food as home remedies for simple illnesses. As Ceylon was known for their hospitality never a visitor left a home without having a meal. In all these cases, spices were given the main priority as we can see. The spices required for each food were made at home in different ways manually.
While cooking for the commoners done in home kitchens food for the kings and the royal household were prepared in the royal kitchens. Various culinary methods were used in doing this. The royal chefs owned secret recipes, used secret spices to prepare special dishes for the king. There is a royal cookbook with 32 royal recipes and spice lists used to prepare those recipes. From this point of view, it is no secret that from the common man to the kings, they had a great interest in the art of food.
Spices were exported to nearby and distant countries. Spices were exchanged to other goods or exchanged to currency units in other countries. Kings in Ceylon included spices when a royal messenger visited a friendly state. At that time, the island of Lanka was at the forefront of sending very high quality spices to foreign countries. By receiving government support for this trade, our country was able to get the leading position among the other countries in the world, in exporting spices such as Cinnamon, pepper, etc..
Sri Lankan spices got the quick attention of the foreigners who immigrated to Sri Lanka at the beginning of the colonial era after the Sri lankan dynasty. Sri Lankan spices, which were an indispensable element to flavor their meat items, quickly spread throughout the world and created a market for it within Sri Lanka. It was common to see members of the families of the foreigners who ruled the country in the local markets.
As there was a high demand for Sri Lankan spices all over the world, the foreigners who ruled the country were motivated to export it to foreign countries for the purpose of getting economic benefits. From that the country got a huge income and Sri Lankan spices got the highest place and appreciation all over the world. The name Ceylon Spices became a name read in every corner of the world.
Ceylon Spices, which delighted the world with their remarkable taste then, has captured all the culinary secrets of the Sri Lankan dynasty and conserved the old flavors and has brought them to the modern world with all the flavors to suit the present as "Nuts Spice". As Sri Lanka's number one spice manufacturer and exporter (seasoning powder), Nuts spices is marking it's name in the world market.