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Aromatic Herbs Distributor in Colombia

Aromatic herbs distributors in Colombia are a strong potential market for commercialization in the domestic and foreign markets. The tendencies for healthier consumption in the world have been one of the reasons why the demand for aromatic plants and herbs has increased over recent years.
Colombia has a large variety of versatile aromatic herb species. Four hundred species of aromatic and medicinal plants are sowed in the country, from which 130 species are highly commercialized worldwide.

The use of aromatic herbs goes beyond the culinary. They are very well known in the Colombian culture for their medicinal powers and they are used by both the pharmaceutical industry and the cosmetic industry. Aromatic plants have therapeutic properties and have been used to treat multiple illnesses such as colds, muscle aches, and sleeping problems. 30% of the production of aromatic herbs is destined for the pharmaceutical industry, 40% is distributed to the food industry, and 30% is used for the production of cosmetic products.
The most produced herbs are basil, chives, dill, laurel, marjoram, mint, oregano, rosemary, thyme, coriander, sage, and cardamom. They are mainly grown in the regions of Antioquia, Boyaca, Cundinamarca, Valle del Cauca, and the coffee triangle.
The top 5 destination countries for exports are the United States, Canada, Panama, Belgium, and Aruba. Many other countries in the European Union have also increased their demand for these goods in recent years. Wholesale herb distributors are found throughout the country. They have emphasized positioning their products in the international market, reaching new destinations in the globe. They provide quality, variety, and compliance which has made Colombian aromatic herbs and plants a promising market worldwide.

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