In a remarkable partnership that underscores its commitment to innovation, sustainability, and promoting healthy foods, Bev Ceylon (Pvt) Ltd has joined hands with leading Sri Lankan universities and academics. This pioneering collaboration is focused on three key areas: identifying essential micronutrients in healthy foods, developing innovative methods for healthy food preservation, and ongoing work to optimize environmentally friendly farming practices.

Micronutrient Research: Unveiling the Hidden Nutritional Treasures

Micronutrients are essential vitamins and minerals that our bodies require in small quantities but play a vital role in maintaining good health. Bev Ceylon recognizes that a deeper understanding of the micronutrient content of Sri Lankan foods can have far-reaching implications for both local and global consumers.

Through partnerships with academic institutions, Bev Ceylon supports research projects aimed at identifying and quantifying these hidden nutritional treasures. By leveraging the expertise of researchers and access to cutting-edge laboratory facilities, the company seeks to provide consumers with accurate information about the micronutrient profiles of its products.

Innovative Healthy Food Preservation: Ensuring Freshness and Quality

Preserving the freshness and nutritional quality of healthy foods is a constant challenge in the food industry. Bev Ceylon is committed to delivering products that not only taste great but also retain their nutritional value over time.

In collaboration with academic experts, the company explores innovative preservation techniques. These methods range from advanced packaging solutions to natural preservation methods that reduce the need for synthetic preservatives. The goal is to ensure that consumers can enjoy the full health benefits of Bev Ceylon’s products without compromising on taste or quality.

Optimizing Environmentally Friendly Farming: A Sustainable Approach

Bev Ceylon firmly believes that environmentally friendly farming practices are integral to the future of agriculture. Collaborating with academic institutions, the company actively engages in research and development to optimize sustainable farming methods.

This ongoing work covers a wide spectrum of areas, including:

Water Management: Developing strategies for efficient water usage, reducing water waste, and mitigating the environmental impact of irrigation.

Organic Farming: Promoting and refining organic farming practices that enhance soil health, reduce chemical usage, and preserve biodiversity.

Crop Diversification: Encouraging farmers to diversify their crops, not only enhances soil quality but also increases resilience to climate change.

Biodiversity Conservation: Implementing strategies to protect and enhance biodiversity on farmlands, which is vital for ecological balance and sustainable agriculture.

Renewable Energy Integration: Exploring the integration of renewable energy sources in farming operations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

A Shared Vision for a Healthier, More Sustainable Future

The collaboration between Bev Ceylon Pvt Ltd and Sri Lankan universities and academics represents a harmonious fusion of industry and academia, driven by a shared vision for a healthier, more sustainable future.

By actively participating in research and development initiatives, Bev Ceylon not only strengthens its commitment to delivering high-quality, nutritious products but also contributes to the advancement of scientific knowledge in these critical areas. The fruits of this collaboration benefit not only consumers but also the entire ecosystem of Sri Lankan agriculture, ensuring a brighter and more sustainable tomorrow for all.

Some of our published scholarly work:

  1. Sesbania grandiflora the anti-ulcer effect – Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
  2. King Coconut Water, “The Miracle Drink” – Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
  3. Nutrient Analysis of King Coconut Water,Sri Lanka – Asia International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research

-Sathya Ganegoda-

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