- Botanical Name: Calendula officinalis
- Also known as pot marigolds. used to color cheese or as a replacement for saffron. Calendula is often used in lotions and oils to keep the skin smooth and soft, and in teas and tinctures for relief from skin inflammation and irritation. The oil is used as an anti-inflammatory, an antitumor agent, and a remedy for healing wounds
- Storage: Store dried calendula in glass jars with airtight seals or sealed plastic bags or under vacuum seal. Keep it out of the light
- MARKET UPDATE: Harvest / processing of 2020 new crop of Chamomile and Marigold (Calendula) already started. Planted areas are much less than last year's, prices are higher. Interested clients to place their orders early enough to ensure best quality and reasonable prices.
|PROCESSING||PACKING||20' FCL Load||40' FCL Load|
|Flowers, whole||Cartons, 10 kg||2,500 kgs||5,500 kgs|
|Petals, whole||Cartons, 10 kg||2,000 kgs||4,000 kgs|