CIC Agri Businesses wins two NCE Awards

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CIC Agri Produce Export (Pvt.) Ltd, part of CIC Agri Businesses, recently won two awards at the 23rd National Chamber of Exporters (NCE) Awards Ceremony. 

CIC was awarded a highly acclaimed Gold award in the ‘Agriculture Value Added Sector – Small’ category for the third consecutive year and a Bronze award in ‘Most Innovative Exporter’ category. CIC has previously been awarded a Gold award and Silver award in 2013, 2012 and 2011 at the NCE Awards. 

Agri Produce Export (Pvt.) Ltd Director/CEO CIC Wajira Gamage and Senior Consultant Research Dr. Sumith Abeysiriwardena received the awards on behalf of the company. 

CIC Agri Produce Export (Pvt.) Ltd produces rice of the highest quality for both local and export markets. The company is globally certified and has ISO 22000:2005, HACCP (Food Safety Management Systems), SEDEX (Empowering sustainable and ethical supply chains) and US FDA certifications. 

CIC Agri Produce is part of CIC Agri Businesses, which is the only ‘Seed to Shelf’ agriculture company in Sri Lanka. CIC Agri Businesses remains dedicated to supporting the rural economy, developing the agriculture sector and providing Sri Lankans with optimal nutrition. The company is part of CIC Holdings, which has been a leading blue-chip conglomerate in Sri Lanka for decades, with a business portfolio that extends into the areas of agriculture, animal feed, nutrition, healthcare, industrial materials and consumer products.  

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