Famous Cassia growing places in Viet Nam


To find a good source of cassia, do you need to know where cassia growing to get the best source in Vietnam? Read this article now!

Vietnam is a country famous for exporting cinnamon. Vietnamese cinnamon is not only produced in large quantities but also has high quality, sweet aroma, and many essential oils, making it convenient for use and processing. Today Vihaba will introduce to you the addresses in Vietnam that grow the most cinnamon! If you want to buy high-quality cinnamon in Vietnam, you can contact Vihaba for the best price and quality!


Yen Bai – The Capital Of Cassia Growing In Vietnam

Cassia is a natural gift to help people get rich

Yen Bai cinnamon is also known as simple cinnamon or plain cinnamon,… Evergreen trees, 10-20m tall, trunk diameter can reach 50-80cm. Outer bark grey-brown, often flaked off, brown inside, 0.4 – 0.6cm thick, fragrant.

This land has many advantages to develop the cultivation of forest cinnamon such as the mountainous area is divided, the altitude is 300-700m, the average annual temperature is about 22.7 degrees Celsius, heavy rainfall, and high humidity. Yen Bai cinnamon harvest season is in March and August every year. In terms of output, the total output of dried cinnamon bark is over 6,500 tons/year, the output of cinnamon branches and leaves is about 65,000 tons/year, and the output of essential oils is 300 tons/year.

Cassia is a natural gift to help people get rich

With suitable climate and soil, cinnamon trees grow and develop well each year, the district exports about 6,000 tons of dried cinnamon bark to the domestic and international markets, the output of cinnamon leaves is about 63,000 tons/year, and the essential oil is about 300 tons/year, the output of cinnamon wood is nearly 51,000 m3/year. Cinnamon from hunger eradication and poverty alleviation trees is now a rich tree for people in the district. The revenue from cinnamon trees brings Van Yen people over 700 billion VND per year, and per capita income is about 4 million VND.

Currently, the cooperative has been implementing the process of producing organic cinnamon according to international standards to export to the markets of India, the Middle East, the USA, the EU, and Japan…

Tra Mi Tra Bong – Famous cassia growing places in Viet Nam

Tra Mi and Tra Bong are two regions that have long been famous for growing cassia in terms of both yield and quality of forest cassia. Here, the annual average temperature is about 22 degrees Celsius. The rainfall is 2300mm/year and the average humidity is 85%. Tra Mi and Tra Bong cassia areas have an altitude of about 400-500m.

Que Phong

The average altitude here is about 300-700m, located between the Chu and hien river basins, so there is an abundant water source. The average annual temperature is about 23.1 degrees Celsius. The rainfall is 2300mm/year and the average humidity is 85%. Because of such natural conditions, the cassia tree here grows very well.

Quang Ninh – Cassia growing in Quang Ninh is popular in the European market

Every year here, people harvested 12-17 tons of high-class cinnamon bark.

Cassia trees are grown on 200-400m high belts. The average temperature is 23 degrees Celsius. The rainfall reaches 2300mm/year, helping the cassia trees here grow healthy. The cassia gardens here are not only a source of domestic products but also for foreign export. Here there are typical cassia growing areas such as Ha Coi, Hai Ninh, and Binh Lieu.

Quang Ninh has focused on investing and growing cinnamon trees according to organic standards in recent years. People are establishing businesses to produce and process cinnamon trees. Currently, there is nearly 3,400ha of cinnamon growing here, in the districts of Dam Ha, Tien Yen, and Binh Luu, … Every year here, people harvested 12-17 tons of high-class cinnamon bark. Besides, cinnamon in Quang Ninh meets European standards, so people exported Quang Ninh cinnamon to the European market a lot, helping to bring high and stable income to people.


Why should international customers buy Vietnamese cassia?

As the country with the third-largest cassia production in the world, Vietnam is increasingly affirming the quality and position of cassia products in the international market. People developed and expanded strongly cinnamon growing area in Vietnam to meet market demand. Thanks to continuous improvement in production and processing, Vietnamese cinnamon products are increasingly diverse and of outstanding quality.
Cassia production ranks third in the world
Vietnam is one of the few countries with a very large area of cassia in the world, with the third-largest cassia production (according to the World Spice Organization). The Cassia area in Vietnam is about 150,000ha, accounting for 17% of the global cassia area. Vietnam’s cassia bark reserves are estimated from 900,000 to 1,200,000 tons, with an average yield from 70,000 to 80,000 tons/year.
Many markets consumed Vietnamese cassia
Vietnamese cassia products are consumed in many markets such as the US, EU, Middle East, Japan, China, India… Particularly in India, 80% of the country’s imported cassia comes from Vietnam. Since the organic cassia chain was established with strict commitments from cultivation to quality, Vietnamese cassia exports are rapidly increasing to the EU and US markets.
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