Sri Lankan ayurveda products manufacturer expands products exporters to China
Hettigoda Industries Ltd., which is Sri Lanka’s pioneer ayurveda products manufacturer and ayurveda healthcare service provider and promoter, is looking at reshaping the future of the ayurveda industry in Sri Lanka as well as the Asian region.
The Company has expanded its product diversification in the Chinese market by exporting a range of ayurveda herbal teas.
According to local media reports, Siddhalepa already exports an array of Indigenous ayurveda products to Germany, Russia, UK, France, Czech Republic, USA, China, Japan, Thailand, India, Australia and the Middle East.
An event to mark the launch of exports to the Chinese market had taken place recently at the Ratmalana, Siddhalepa office complex under the patronage of Sri Lanka’s Trade Minister Dr. Bandula Gunawardene, State Minister of Indigenous Medicine, Rural and Ayurveda Hospital Development and Community Health Sisira Jayakody, Hettigoda Group Chairman Deshabandu Ayur. Dr. Victor Hettigoda.
Speaking at the event Managing Director Asoka Hettigoda has said that the growth potential of our country on both ayurveda products and services exports are high and over the years Siddhalepa has entered in to many such markets and entered china with a range of ayurveda teas.
Ayurveda teas are to focus on enhancing general health, well-being and immunisation level and are made of authentic hand-picked ingredients herbs according to stringent manufacturing processes.
Sri Lanka’s ayurveda sector is an industry that has much potential for growth and expansion, especially in to the international markets. With wellness and natural medicines becoming a much sought after commodity worldwide, Sri Lanka’s ayurveda industry poses a host of business/investment opportunities for foreign businesses/investors. Sri Lanka’s ayurveda industry has also been offered many incentives for growth. Foreign businesses could look at forming partnerships/joint ventures and also utilise the many trade agreements as well as trade concessions enjoyed by Sri Lanka to export the goods as well.
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