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Eco-Friendly Coir Products for Home and Small Gardeners

2021-07-15

Eco-Friendly Coir Products for Home and Small Gardeners

With an increasing awareness of environmental sustainability and eco-friendly agriculture methods, most farmers, gardeners, and nurseries are investing in eco-friendly horticulture practices. 

The Sri Lankan agriculture sector contributes largely to the local economy. With a thriving coconut-based industry, Sri Lankan is a leader in producing coconut fibre and coco peat-based products for local and global markets. 

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Coconut Based Food from Sri Lanka - Benefits and Uses

2021-07-13

Coconut Based Food from Sri Lanka - Benefits and Uses

Coconut is the third most important agricultural industry in the Sri Lankan economy, followed by tea and rubber. The Sri Lankan coconut industry has a long story behind its days of success.
The versatility of the coconut has induced the launch of a series of new food and beverage products based on the kernels, water and sap of the coconut and the coconut flower. 

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The Role of SMEs in Sri Lankan Exports

2021-01-18

The Role of SMEs in Sri Lankan Exports

Small and medium-sized enterprises are businesses that comprise a lower number of employees, assets, or revenues at a lower scale when compared to large-scale firms. The exact definition for an SME may differ based on the country. In Sri Lanka, a business is considered as an SME if its number of employees does not exceed 300 individuals and if its revenue does not exceed 750 million LKR.

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The Traditional Sri Lankan Handloom Industry

2021-01-11

The Traditional Sri Lankan Handloom Industry

Most developing nations around the world harness the potential of the country’s native creative industries in gaining economic development and empowering craftsman communities. Mostly involving traditional handcrafted products, unique to each country and region, many countries in Asia, Europe, Africa and South America have invested widely and heavily on their unique handcrafted products, that combine traditional knowledge, native skills and a wealth of indigenous resources.

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