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Cinnamon sticks from Madagascar


The cinnamon of Madagascar has a low rate of coumarin and contains antioxidants.

It is also called "Ceylon cinnamon"

It is more fragrant than cinnamon from China.

Kaffir Leaves from Madagascar


Kaffir is coming from Indonesia. This citrus fruit is not widely used in France, and is often used to enhance many dishes (sweet or savory).

This is a citrus fruit...

Seeds of cumin from Madagascar


Sambavanilla offer a subtle grain cumin with aromas that will make you travel without leaving your kitchen.

Sambavanilla cumin is available in grain or ground in different packaging.

It will flavor your dishes of...

Liquorice sticks


Liquorice sticks have a refreshing flavor with an anise taste.

consumed in moderation, they aid digestion and help treat respiratory diseases.

The licorice stick is none other than the root of the licorice plant which grows...

Sesame seeds from Madagascar


Sesame is a plant that supports rather welldryness and sandy soils like those in Madagascan plains.

Sesame was imported from Asia into Madagascar by the first...

Yuzu zest from Japan


Yuzu is a citrus fruit native to Japan that is the size of an orange and is somewhat similar to lemon and tangerine.

The fruit is rather acidic, but its zest is very fragrant and it is found in many desserts such as macaroons.


Dried mafane flowers from Madagascar


The mafane brede is a plant of the Asteraceae family.

Its culture is widespread in Madagascar where it is part of the composition of the Malagasy national dish, "romazava" which consists of a meat and vegetable broth...

Dried leaves of Indian wood


Dried Indian wood leaves are used as a spice in many Caribbean and Latin American dishes for their distinctive aroma and taste.

They are also known for their medicinal properties, including their ability to reduce inflammation and...