From tree to table™

Minimal intervention, maximum taste and goodness

Harvest, Sun-Dried, Air Roasted
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To make nibs, the roasted flowers are cracked into small pieces


To make powder, the roasted flowers are crushed and sieved


To make teas, the roasted flowers are blended with other ingredients


Indian forests are rich in various medicinal and aromatic plant species, and Madhuka is no exception. Our products have an extremely high nutritional value – full of vitamins, nutrients and minerals.

Madhūka Benefits: Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3

Antioxidant that improves cholesterol levels, strengthens cognitive ability and protects skin cells

Madhuka Benefits: Potassium


Reduces blood pressure and water retention, maintains muscle mass and bone density, and supports the nervous system

Madhūka Benefits: Manganese


Lowers the risk of disease and inflammation, boosts the metabolism and enhances collagen production

Madhūka Benefits: Fibre


Contributes to gut health, aids the control of weight and blood sugar levels, and lowers the risk of heart disease

Madhūka Benefits: Minerals


Natural source of Magnesium, Iron, Copper, Phosphorus, Calcium, Chromium and Selenium

Madhūka Benefits: Copper


Helps the immune system, nervous system and supports skin and hair pigmentation

Madhūka Benefits: Iron


Supports the cognitive development of children and helps to reduce tiredness and fatigue

Madhūka Benefits: Amino Acids

Amino Acids

Boosts collagen production, stimulates muscle growth and helps to improves mental focus

Madhuka has a long history in India


With its nutty, burnt caramel flavour, Madhuka, which means “sweet” in Sanskrit, has been used as a natural sweetening agent in local cuisines for thousands of years. First referenced in ancient Sanskrit literature dating back to the 4th Century BC, it has remained a hidden treasure until now.

Today, thanks to scientific research, we are just starting to discover the vast potential uses of this amazing ingredient, the entirety of health benefits that it offers, and the exciting opportunities available upon introduction to the global market.

We have transformed this superfood into Madhuka powder to add to your cooking, or Madhuka nibs if you fancy a light and healthy snack.


Madhuka flowers are harvested annually between February and May. To preserve the tree, its surrounding environment and its significance to local communities, no flowers are collected from the tree whilst they are still growing. Only after they have naturally ripened and fallen are they suitable for collection.

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Traditionally, flowers are collected one by one from the ground. We have redesigned and promoted the use of nets, which make harvesting more efficient, improve the quality of the Madhuka, waste less and better protect the local environment.

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Traditional Farming of Madhūka Flowers

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