By Zahara Zuhair
To meet the appropriate skills requirement of cinnamon cultivation and manufacturing, a Cinnamon Training Academy (CTA) was opened in Kosgoda amidst a large and distinguished gathering, recently.
A purpose-built cinnamon training academy was inaugurated in Kosgoda on Tuesday to serve as a catalyst for heightened competitiveness in Sri Lanka’s cinnamon sector at a global level.
A result of a unique public-private partnership between United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and World Trade Organization (WTO) Standard Trade Development Facility (STDF) project in cooperation with The Spice Council (TSC) of Sri Lanka.
Cinnamon Industry hails Cabinet approval for GI locally
The Cinnamon Industry has hailed the decision by the Cabinet with regard to the amendments to the Intellectual Property Act of 2003 to enable Ceylon Cinnamon obtain Geographical Indications (GI) locally, and be included in a GI register.
Decision to amend IP law to give ‘cinnamon’ GI protection hailed
The country’s cinnamon industry stakeholders yesterday hailed the Cabinet’s decision to amend the Intellectual Property Act of 2003 to enable ‘Ceylon Cinnamon’ to obtain Geographical Indications (GI) locally, and be included in a GI register.