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Cinnamon is a small evergreen
tree 10–15 metres (32.8–49.2
feet) tall, belonging to the family
Lauraceae, and is native to Sri
Lanka, India, Bangladesh, and
Nepal. The bark is widely used as
a spice due to its distinct odour.The leaves are ovate-oblong in
shape, 7–18 cm (2.75–7.1 inches)
long. The flowers, which are
arranged in panicles, have a
greenish colour, and have a
distinct odour. The fruit is a purple
one-centimetre berry containing a
single seed.
Cinnamon has been known from
remote antiquity, and it was so
highly prized among ancient
nations that it was regarded as a
gift fit for monarchs and other
great potentates. Cinnamon is
native to India.
Arab traders brought the spice via
overland trade routes to
Alexandria in Egypt,where it was bought by Venetian
traders from Italy who held a
monopoly on the spice trade in
Cinnamon bark is widely used as
a spice. It is principally employed
in cookery as a condiment and
flavouring material. It used in the
preparation of chocolate,
especially in Mexico, which is the
main importer of true cinnamon. It
is also used in the preparation of
some kinds of desserts,such as
apple pie and cinnamon buns as
well as spicy candies, tea, hotcocoa, and liqueurs
Service Foods import its
cinnamon range from India in
foodservice and bulk
manufacturing size packaging.

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