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We are strong believers in living in harmony with nature and are committed to living a healthy, sustainable and simple lifestyle. Both environmental and social sustainability are therefore fundamental to everything we do as a business.

Environmental sustainability

Carbon footprint
Climate change is the biggest challenge facing our world today and we are committed to play our part in addressing it. By the very nature of our community business, our products travel an incredibly short distance (often by foot!) from where the raw product is harvested to where it is processed and packaged. In this manner, vehicular transport of goods which is a major contributor to the carbon footprint is mitigated. When drying the raw product in our own dryers, no fossil fuel is burnt and very little electricity is consumed - used only to work the small fans. 

Our packaging is designed to keep our food safe, fresh and ready to enjoy. Eco-friendly packaging is both necessary and at the same time, expensive. Despite the high cost, we shift this balance continuously in favour of biodegradable packaging. Our long-term goal is to promote zero waste packaging options whereby consumers bring their own reusable containers to fill.


Sustainable agriculture
From the family organic farm that inspired the development of Eko Land to our work with farmers, sustainable agriculture is at the heart of our operations. Our goal is to grow organic foods not only in our own land but also in the lands of the local farmers who work with us by paying them a premium for their produce. Click here for more info on our organic practices.

We also promote forest conservation to ensure that nature is not harmed. It is essential to find opportunities to enhance the productivity of Sri Lanka’s existing agricultural land to ensure the protection of its precious forests and biodiversity. By providing a fair price for forest produce, we can give a financial incentive to protect the trees. We also run a separate non-profit organization called the Forest Healing Foundation, which supports local sustainable agriculture projects such as land conservation, water management and works with farmers to plant additional fruit, spice and forest trees including endemics. With 10% of our profits donated directly to the Foundation, you are hereby ensuring a sustainable model for future generations.  


Social sustainability
A fair price
In 2019, the Financial Times reported that the coffee grower received 0.4% of the total price of a cup of coffee, and this is likely to be lower for smallholder farmers. Ensuring a fair price to the farmers for their produce is the only way to ensure sustainability. We work with our farmers using a shorter supply chain to ensure they receive a price which is 10-30% higher than the market price. For our spices and Jack fruit, we work closely with a farmer cooperative whose lands, together with our own, were certified as organic up until 2019. Farmers have since stepped away from organic certification due to the high costs and demanding controls. Instead,  we aim to substantially increase their farm-gate price by reducing down the supply chain and bringing their produce directly to the consumer, freshly milled!

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Jobs and Training
One of the key goals of Eko Land is to provide employment for the local community. We provide additional income at all levels from harvesting, preparing, processing and packing to marketing and accounting.These additional incomes go a long way to support their families in this rural area. While we expect a high degree of efficiency from our staff members we also encourage them to be relaxed and to enjoy their work. Consequently, there is a real community spirit among our team and it is always great to see everyone laughing and joking as we work. 

By providing training opportunities, we can help our community develop new skills or gain a higher income for their produce. We support our farmers to develop sustainable and organic production practices, as well as training local community members in new areas, such as product processing and packaging.

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Ocean / Air Freight
Bulk orders (excess of 50kg) can be shipped via ocean or airfreight. Ocean freight to Los Angeles takes an average 5 weeks (port to port) depending on global shipping traffic and port congestion. Airfreight is significantly quicker with a cargo taking an average 7 days.

Smaller orders (below 50kg) are shipped using our partners DHL and UPS which usually takes up to 5-10 working days to deliver. Our partnership ensures that our freshly milled spices are delivered directly to your doorstep hassle- free.

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