We focus on producing pure and natural products in close collaboration with almost five hundred farming families from around Sri Lanka. Together with high standard production equipment, we ensure premium quality products.
By joining hands with our farmers' community, we endeavour to promote their livelihoods and daily work. We strongly believe in protecting nature and taking care of people which is why we strive to sustain the activities of these communities and their environment.
Meanwhile, the conventional system is still prominent, as in our country, Verger Naturals sees more than just a trend in the organic system. By teaching and encouraging our farmers towards utilizing organic and perennial farming practices, we have access to different and exclusive organic standards. Moreover, we have linked our development to this approach, always reaching ways to enhance it.
Because we know who we are working with, Verger products can be traced right back to their origins. From an order dispatched worldwide to the local fields involved in its production, we fill the gap that is usually experienced. With a strong and reliable sourcing network, we have control over our raw materials, and offer total transparency.
According to recorded history, Ceylon Cinnamon was so globally prominent that it was even used by Egyptian embalmers. At the dawn of the first millennium, spices became a much treasured and sought after currency, of which the Arabs were the gatekeepers. They travelled to as far as the Galle Port to trade Sri Lankan spices.
After the decline of the Arab world, Europe took pride of place in seeking out mysterious, exotic islands to conquer. Portuguese, Dutch, French, and English seafaring explorers considered spice islands a worthy prize. In fact, the spice trade was the first step towards globalisation. Spices brought the world a step closer to the place we know it to be today.
Sri Lanka is one such spice island; a home to many precious herbs and spices that are greatly sought after. Although the spice trail began centuries ago, today, Verger takes great pride in presenting to the world these natural treasures, grown in our very own home gardens.