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Anisia Group is an Agriculture Commodities trading and manufacturing company founded on a firm footing embedded with in-depth knowledge of Agricultural Produce, its related practices & its trade across the world. We are based in Tanzania, an oracle of Agriculture Commodities, with erstwhile trade links with leading Suppliers, manufacturers, traders,

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With the Motto: “In Quality, We Trust” we bond our self to quality in all things we are involved. In all of our deals, we assure highest quality in all products as committed to customers along with the steadfast commitments to the delivery timelines.

  • BLACK PEPPER

    Black Pepper is the dried mature berry of Piper nigrum, a climbing, perennial shrub mostly found in hot, moist region of Tanga and Morogoro, Under cultivation pepper vines are trailed over support as columns, 5-6 mtr tall, 1-2 meter diameter. The climbing woody stems have swollen nods with clinging roots at each node, which helps in anchoring the vine to the support trees (standards). It has straight upward growing main stem and have lateral shoots from the axils of the leaves having shorter inter nodes without adventitious roots. In such branches the terminal buds get modified into an inflorescence (spike) and the auxiliary buds continue further growth.

    The root system confined to 75-100 cm radius and depth. The inflorescence is a pendent spike, 3-15 cm long with 50-150 flowers. Flowers are minute, white pale yellow, arranged spirally on fleshy pedantries. The specie is naturally self-pollinated and pollen dispersal is aided by the presence of water droplets. Fruit is a single seeded drupe often called berry. It is spherical in shape, green in colour, changing to red on ripping.

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  • Cinnamon

    The “True Cinnamon” or Sri Lankan Cinnamon is the dried inner stem bark of Cinnamomum Verum. Cinnamon plants are grown as bushes. When the plants are of two years age, they typically measure at about 2 meter in high and 8-12 cm at the base. It is at this stage they are ready for harvesting.

    Cinnamomum verum is mostly cultivated in Sri Lanka, Malagasy Republic and Seychelles. It has originated in the central hills of Sri Lanka. In Tanzania it is grown in Tanga and Morogoro region, Cinnamon is a hardy plant and is cultivated in Sri Lanka under varying conditions ranging from semi dried to wet zone conditions. The ideal temperature for growing cinnamon is between 20-30 degree C and rainfall between 1250 to 2500 mm. It thrives well as a forest tree at 300-350 meter above MsL.

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  • GREEN MUNG BEANS

    Production Name: Green mung bean

    Year Of Production: Fresh Crop

    Cultivation: Common/Organic

    Origin: Arusha-Tanzania

    Means Of Sorted: HPS

    Size: 3.0mm-4.0mm

    Moisture: 10% maximum

    Admixture: 1%

    Imperfect: 2% maximum

    Packaging: 25kg/50kg.

    Crop season:February-August

    Delivery Time: Immediately after bookings

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    GREEN MUNG BEANS

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  • SESAME SEEDS

    Tanzania produces a wide variety of Sesame seeds varying in color from white to brown to black, with oil content varying from 40 to 50 %. The brownish and black Tanzania Sesame seeds are mainly used for direct consumption by its addition in several foods and for exports. The whitish and brown Tanzania Sesame seeds are mainly used for oil extraction. These have oil content of around 45-50 %. The whitish Tanzania Sesame seeds have the desirable nutty taste and are used for making sweets, baked foods and confectionaries. The black Tanzania Sesame seeds are used for seasoning and for fries. Hulled seeds are also used for snack preparation.

    Around 80 % of the sesame seed production in Tanzania, are harvested during the season (May-October),

    Sesame seed is largely cultivated in the Southern and central parts of the country. The major producers of Tanzania sesame is Lindi,Mtwara,Dodoma,Songea,Mbeya,Tanga,Rukwa, just to mention the few.

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    SESAME SEEDS

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