Cinnamon Powder

Trade Aid

  • The fragrant, sweet and warm taste of Trade Aid's Certified Organic Cinnamon Powder makes it the perfect spice to use during the winter months. Sourced from Sri Lanka, this spice is a great addition to any recipe, whether sweet or savoury.

    By supporting Trade Aid, you make the world a fairer place by helping provide adequate housing, medical assistance, and education funds for spice growers and their families.
  • Trade Aid's Organic Cinnamon Powder is a versatile spice that can be used to flavour savoury dishes like soups and stews, or sweet treats like cakes and cookies.

  • Raw Vegan Vegetarian Paleo
    Gluten Free Dairy Free Sugar Free Soy Free
    Certified Organic Cruelty Free Fair Trade Made in NZ
  • Cinnamon*

    *Certified Organic Ingredient

  • I love this cinnamon for my baking needs. It is wonderful and has a very strong flavor, which is what I want for my cinnamon rolls."

    - Jeanne Cantrell (United States)

    "Cinnamon is one of my favourite and most used spices. Not only does it add a beautiful natural sweetness to recipes, it is also one of the highest antioxidant foods in the world with an ORAC score of 131,400, 20 times as much as blueberries."

    - Buffy Ellen, founder of (Auckland, New Zealand)
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