Sri Lankan fruits are well known in the consumer market both local and overseas for its unique flavour, aroma, vibrant colour and mouthwatering taste. About 80% of rural population of the land are engaged in cultivating farming in small cluster, grown with utmost care and dedication.

The mild salubrious climate condition and the fertile dry wet land with diversity has paved ways to grow a wide range of high quality fruits such as mango, strawberries, sweet and sour bananas, Cavendish bananas, much pineapple, papaya, lemon perennial crops such as read fruit, jackfruit, mangosteen, avocado, rambutan, star fruit, anoda (soursop). The naturally blessed fertile land from the Hill country side to dry rural area yield good perennial crops from rice to various vegetables.


Sri Lanka blessed with tropical climate and an irrigation system has no shortage of fertile land and ideal condition to grow most of the crops. Due to the topographical condition of contour different crops grow at different places all across the island. The pleasant cool climate of the hill country paves the way to a healthy crop of carrot, leek, cabbage, beetroot, cauliflower, salad leaves, salad cucumber, beans and bell pepper. Most of these crop yield quarterly hence an abundance of availability of produce.

The lower land of the island where it is a combination of wet and dry season is found ideal for exotic and fresh gherkins, green chili, red onion, pumpkin, bitter guard, ladies fingers, murunga (drumsticks), potatoes, sweet potatoes that are enriched with nutrients and vibrant colours.

Sri Lankan Spices

The trade in orient Spices is incredibly ancient and has interwound with the history of Sri Lanka dating back to early 17th century. Popular of them being cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, nutmeg, Lemmon grass, turmeric, ginger, curry leaves, pepper corn and vanilla. The unique quality such as richness, colour, fragrance and flavour have been the main attribute for the demand of these spices in the international market. They do score high on the health benefit and act as natural herbal medicine for certain ailments.

Sea Food

Sri Lanka has evolved immensely in the export of sea food in recent decades. An island with coastal territory of approximately 21, 500 square km is enriched with a flawless supply of fish such as yellow fin, big eye tuna, famous Sri Lankan crabs both sea crab and mud crab, prawns, Mollusca species and oysters. These produce are of superior quality and are packed with nutrients and flavours.


Sri Lankan Tea that is world renowned and fondly called as ‘Ceylon Tea’ is one of the primary export products. Savannah Exports (Pvt) Ltd caters to all grades of tea with variation of flavours and textures. The exports are customised to the need and demand of the clients, all across the world.


Rubber export has a greater market share in most of the Asian market and spreading into other regions of the world, popular demand being for the natural raw rubber to customised, technically treated rubber materials like TSR or RSS. Rubber production of raw materials do comply with the local Export Development Board (EDB) Sri Lanka and the International Standards.


Sri Lankan Coconut oil both refined and non-refined are popularly used in households and authentic herbal medicines all across the globe. Savannah Exports owns and cultivates vast amount of Coconuts through KISH Properties (Pvt) Ltd that are grown and nurtured under the most natural conditions. The products can vary from oil, king coconut, coconut condensed cream, coconut powder and other, as requested by clients based on demand.