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Royal Cashews’ 15th outlet unveiled at WTC

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Royal Food Marketing Company unveiled its 15th Royal Cashews outlet at the World Trade Centre (WTC) in Colombo. The occasion was graced by the company’s Managing Director Dr. Ruwan Wathugala. 
Royal Food Marketing is a leading Cashew processing company in Sri Lanka that caters to local and export markets. 
Royal cashews outlets throughout the island in main cities provide consumers cashew with real taste. With a view to providing best quality cashew with mouth-watering flavours to locals and foreigners in hygienic conditions, the company has adapted modern technology. 
In addition to the newest outlet unveiled at the WTC, other Royal Cashews outlets are situated at Crescat (Colombo 3), Liberty Plaza (Colombo 3), Floating Market (Pettah), Arcade (Independence Square), K-Zone (Ja-ela and Moratuwa), Kandy City Center (Kandy), Southern Highway (Welipenna stop), Galle, Gampaha, Borella, Kiribathgoda and Nugegoda.
Royal Food Marketing is presently in a drive to enhance its Royal Cashews network of outlets. The company has ISO 22000, HACCP and GMP standard certifications. It is the foremost cashew processing company in Sri Lanka conferred with ISO 22000. 
Royal Cashews products come in diverse mouth-watering tastes. The product is marketed with 19 tastes in 682 types of containers and in 101 containers specially made for gifting purposes. 
The research and development wing of the company has experimented and introduced cashews with tastes that are unique to the company. These tastes include cheese and onion, sugar coated, chilli garlic, hot pepper, BBQ, chilli seasoning, Spanish tomato, salt extra fine, shrimp and red onion and sour cream and onion.
In addition to these varieties, Sri Lankan authentic cashew curry canned and exported as ‘Royal Cashew Nut Curry’ by the company has created a heavy demand by foreign countries.
Royal Food Marketing Company sources and selects the best quality raw cashew nuts from Sri Lankan cashew cultivations for processing.  
Wathugala said the company’s intention is to offer local and foreign consumers, best quality cashew products processed with world standards that sooth their taste buds.  
“We are in the process of enhancing our outlet network in selected towns in the country. A Royal Cashews outlet was opened at the Floating Market in Pettah with the sole intention of providing best cashew products with the best prices in the market for the people who make cakes,” he said.
He added, “Our company was commissioned in 1999 and within a very short span we were able to secure local and foreign markets for our cashew products. This success was due to the supremacy of our products. Royal Cashews products thus endowed a novel experience for foreign consumers. Likewise, we intend to provide local consumers with world-famous tasty foreign food products in the near future.” 
Royal Cashews products are exported to Malaysia, Japan, the USA, the UK, New Zeeland, Germany, Australia, Austria, the Maldives and Saudi Arabia. 
The Royal Cashews brand has won many awards, accolades and endorsed with standard certifications. The brand has won Pro Food 2009 and 2011 awards for nature–friendly packaging, MACO business excellence award, Lanka Star President’s Gold Award and ASIASTAR 2015 award for Green packaging. 
Royal Food Marketing Company has two subsidiaries – Greenway Asia Lanka and Trust Lanka Suppliers.


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