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    FrutPlanet is a major exporter of fresh produce in Kenya. After years of supplying and exporting vegetables and fruits, FrutPlanet stands out in experience and quality. We ship fresh products from primary producers all over the globe, from Australia to Europe to the Middle East.

    Buy coriander leaves online from FrutPlanet, where we facilitate production to delivery while adhering to high-quality standards.

    Coriander Growing In Kenya

    Coriander farming in Kenya is gaining popularity as it is a low-maintenance crop, not labour-intensive. Also known to locals as dhaniya, coriander is a profitable business as there is an international 40% increase in demand.

    The world export of coriander was more than US $196 Million in 2020. According to trade statistics of 79 countries, it increased from US $ 161 million in 2019. 

    Coriander’s major producers are India, Italy, Morocco, Bulgaria, Canada, China, and Kenya.

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        Coriander Leaves Benefits

        Coriander is not only flavourful but is also loaded with health benefits. Firstly, it helps to lower blood sugar, thereby controlling type 2 diabetes. The fibre in the leaves is good for the gut and helps to cure indigestion and gastric disorders. 

        Coriander leaves benefits also include boosting immunity and fighting infections. Moreover, it also has vitamin K, which aids in fighting Alzheimer’s disease. Buy coriander leaves online today and enjoy coriander health benefits!

        Coriander Varieties Grown In Kenya

        Coriander, a fast-growing green crop, grows in well-drained soils with a pH of 6 to 8. There are different types of coriander. One is leaf cilantro which looks like parsley and has a strong aroma. Then there is seed coriander which is grown for the seeds. During maturation, the seeds are crushed to make spices like curry powder. The other is Vietnamese coriander, which is recognized by its narrow dark leaves with smooth edges. Cilantro, also known as spiny coriander, is another variety that has flat leaves.

        Do you want to experience the different coriander varieties? Buy coriander leaves online from FrutPlanet.

        Coriander Price Today

        The growing consumption of coriander has resulted in a rise in crop production over the years. Additionally, today, the coriander market price is up to around US $ 3 and US $ 7.33 per kg compared to US $ 1.83 in 2019. In Nairobi and Mombasa, the wholesale price of coriander seeds is US $ 3000 a ton.

        In 2019 there was a considerable drop in the export price of coriander leaves compared to the previous three years. Climatic changes are to blame for the market trends as hot weather dries up the crop. Get a quote for the current dhaniya rate today per kg at FrutPlanet.

        Coriander Harvesting, Sorting, And Packaging

        Coriander farmers harvest the crop within one and a half months of planting. This is when the leaves are healthy green and before they start yellowing. When harvesting the seeds, farmers wait until they turn brownish. Harvesting immature green seeds give them a bitter taste without the aroma.

        Packaging of bulk coriander leaves is delicate and requires expertise to prevent spoilage. At FrutPlanet, we are a trusted exporter of coriander leaves with years of quality and professionalism. Our highly skilled staff is trained to sort and package bulk coriander leaves.

         Poor handling of the coriander tampers with the physical and microbial quality. Moreover, aromatic spices can lose their smell during hydration or oxidation. Our sorting and packaging are internationally certified and comply with health standards.

        Our FDA and KEPHIS-certified packaging methods ensure no contaminants or insect infestation in the leaves. We package coriander leaves in waxed boxes, laminated paper bags, jute bags, polyethylene bags, and polypropylene. This is to extend their shelf life and reach our customers while fresh.

        Bulk Coriander Delivery

        Without skill and experience, it can be challenging to deliver bulk coriander in fresh condition. We have an excellent customer base in Europe, the Middle East, and Australia and guarantee premium fresh products. 

        When you order bulk coriander, we deliver by air or sea and keep updating you until the package arrives. Delivery by air is faster and arrives within 1 to 2 days. Bulky orders come by sea and arrive within 20 to 45 days.

        We source our products from reliable farmers who use sustainable farming methods. Our farmers are in Kenya and other parts of the world.

        Where To Buy Coriander

        Do you want to buy coriander in bulk online? Partner with FrutPlanet’s experienced exporters of fruits and vegetables and get premium produce. Our products come from trusted farmers, and we comply with international standards. We are a global coriander exporter and are affordable even during price fluctuations.

        At FrutPlanet, we will also help you buy coriander from the largest producers without hassle. Get guaranteed quality coriander through our certified service. Request an order today.

        Frequently Asked Questions About Coriander

        What Does Ground Coriander Taste Like? 

        Ground coriander tastes mildly sweet with a citrus flavour different from fresh coriander leaves. The taste of ground coriander is strong and is used with other spices like cumin to bring out the spicy taste in cuisines.

        What Is The Price Of Coriander Per Kg? 

        Since coriander grows fast, it’s a profitable venture, and the prices keep soaring, and so is the demand. Farmers in Kenya get around Ksh 350 for a kilogram of coriander at the current market price.

        What Is Another Name For Coriander Leaves? 

        Different people call coriander by different names; they call the stem and leaves coriander and the seeds coriander seeds. Coriander leaves are also referred to as dhaniya, while others call them cilantro and parsley.

        Are Coriander Leaves And Parsley The Same? 

        They are in the same botanical family, but the leaves differ. Coriander’s leaves are more serrated and round, while parsley’s leaves are pointed. Coriander has a more intense aroma than parsley.

        Who Is The Largest Producer Of Coriander In The World? 

        India tops as the largest producer and consumer of coriander, with 80% of the world’s coriander produced in India. In 2019 India exported 47,979,400 kilos, and in the following year, they exported $62.3 million worth of coriander.

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