In Cambodia, too, more and more Organic food is cultivated according to international standards on the market. Also important for International customers to know that we too have the products and food hygiene knowledge here.
Because of the Organic market in Cambodia is growing we need to transfer even more knowledge we have organized two workshops, at ITC University in Phnom Penh the dates 31th January and 01th February 2020:
1. Organic Standard, Good Agriculture and Collection Practices, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP),
2. The BRC Global Standard for Food, Nutraceuticals and Cosmetic Safety.
“Awareness of sustainability is offered and students and teachers are informed about the current subject of industry and international standards”.
The 2-day workshop at ITC University in Phnom Penh were very well attended and a great success!
All students who attended the Organic workshop also received a training Certificate.
With enormous thanks to ITC, Dr. Hasika and our Baca-Villa quality team for organizing these workshops.
This workshop is a held under the framework of the PPP Project: “Establishment of Education Partnerships & Qualification of Supply Chains in Cambodian Agriculture”.
First International Organic Moringa certification in Cambodia.
All Products of Baca Villa are International Organic Certificated.
All Products are International Organic Certificated
The following products are officially organic:
Moringa Tea Sachets
Moringa Tea Dry Leaves
There are many misunderstandings about the terms “organic” and “chemical free”.
Chemical free is a marketing term that is known to be misleading. In many studies, it has been the subject of criticism. (Wikipedia – Chemical free)
Organic farming does not allow synthetic pesticides and chemical fertilizers. Organic farming features practices that promote ecological balance and conserve biodiversity. (Wikipedia – Organic food)
The organic market is a fast-growing market, especially in Asia, Europe, US and Canada. In the US there was a 40 percent growth in 2014.
An organic certification is good news and very important for the development of the agriculture in Cambodia and the farmers income. A good organic farmer earns more compared to a conventional farmer. About 80 percent of people in Cambodia are farmers, so many opportunities for them.
For Baca Villa Productions Co Ltd the certification is a big step forward in making Organic Moringa for Cambodian businesses and for export to foreign countries.
With many thanks to all the employees of Baca-Villa Productions Co Ltd!
Try it, Roasted Moringa flowers, you don’t believe it so tasteful !
The flowers are fragrant and bisexual, surrounded by five unequal, thinly veined, yellowish-white petals. Almost all the entire moringa tree can be eaten. You can eat the Moringa leaves, flowers, pods and even the Moringa seeds(dont eat too many seeds)
Moringa Juice Mix moringa in a juice, milkshake. Honey works well to mask the taste. Add only half a teaspoon of Moringa to juice to prevent spoiling the taste.
Moringa Salad Sprinkle your Moringa over wet salad – you wont notice it. Moringa in Cooked Meals Sprinkle Moringa powder over the food just before serving. You can stir it in, but DON’T COOK Moringa powder, it diminishes the nutritional value.
Moringa Tea You can add Moringa powder to hot water to create a tea. Do not boil the Moringa, add it to a pot with pre-boiled water an let it brew fro 3-5 minutes. Moringa tea has less nutrients than taking the powder. How to cook and eat Moringa There is endless ways to incorporate Moringa fresh leaves and Moringa leaf powder into the diet. Moringa leaf powder can be used as a tea, added to beverages, sprinkled on food or taken in capsules. Moringa leaf powder can be used in cooking or salads.