The Raw Gold of Sri Lanka: Cinnamon
Sri Lanka produces 80–90% of the world's supply of Cinnamon, and there are several uses of this spice.
The soft outer bark of cinnamon wood is stripped off using a fine rounded rasp knife in a process known as peeling.
Workers sit on the ground with their legs covered with the yellow bark dust.
Leaves are also used to produce Cinnamon Bark essential Oil, used in food recipes to flavor but mainly in the perfumes industry.

Aluthwala,
Sri Lanka.

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The Raw Gold of Sri Lanka: Cinnamon

Sri Lanka produces 80–90% of the world's supply of Cinnamon, and there are several uses of this spice. The soft outer bark of cinnamon wood is st Read More
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