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Report on the Zanzibar clove industry

B. H. Binder

Report on the Zanzibar clove industry

by B. H. Binder

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Published by Government Printer in Zanzibar .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clove trade -- Tanazania.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby B.H. Binder.
    ContributionsZanzibar.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44p. ;
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21837949M

      Tanzania Spice Industry Outlook to – Driven by Local Association Endeavors and Organic Farming” provides a comprehensive analysis of the various aspects such as market size of the Tanzania spice industry, clove market, nutmeg, mace and cardamom market, pepper market, ginger market and anise badian, fennel and corian market. Zanzibar had two major exports in its history; one was the slave trade and the other a thriving spice industry. Today, of course, only the latter is still going and .

    Clove is a versatile spice that is extensively used to flavor curries, meat, and fruits, in addition to being used as an aromatic agent in hot beverages. The crop is commercially harvested in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, and Zanzibar. Cloves are widely used as a home remedy to alleviate general gum pain [ ]. It is Zanzibar’s only national park and includes grassland with mangroves and salt marsh. • The historic Prison Island was once used to lock up rebellious slaves. But now it is a wonderful island famous for the giant tortoises from the Seychelles. Book your flight to Zanzibar now and get to know these creatures, some of them over years old!

      In , the clove was still its single major cash crop with 90% produced on the island of Pemba, according to Unesco. However production figures continues to register a steady decline: from an annual average of 16, tons in the s to between 1, to 3, tons in , according to the Zanzibar Clove Growers Association (Zacpo). VM GLOBAL ENTERPRISE - is a leading Manufacturer, Supplier of cashew nuts, yellow maize, cashew nuts from Zanzibar, Zanzibar and Pemba, Tanzania.


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Report on the Zanzibar clove industry by B. H. Binder Download PDF EPUB FB2

For about years cloves have been a major export crop of Zanzibar. The industry was established through large plantations run with slave labor but these have been progressively fragmented into smaller holdings.

Throughout this century the industry at home has faced several recurring problems, the worst of which are tree diseases, ageing tree populations and occasional Cited by: THE ZANZIBAR CLOVE INDUSTRY1 PETIlER J.

MARTIN Martin, Peter J. (Cashew Research Project, P.O. BoxMtwara, Tanzania). THE ZANZIBAR CLOVE INDUSTRY. Economic Botany 45(4) For about years cloves have been a major export crop of Zanzibar. The industry was established through large plantations run. A report on the current position in the clove industry.

Suggested causes for the tremendous annual variation in the size of the clove crop are discussed. Probably three factors are involved.

(1) The nature of the climatic stimulus to flowering. (2) The phase in the periodicity of the trees. (3) The reactions from a previous stimulation. The author considers that research is needed on this Author: V. Kirkham.

Tanzania s Zanzibar reports increased clove production: ARUSHA Tanzania (Xinhua) --Tanzania s semi-autonomous Zanzibar archipelago has increased clove production in / harvesting season, an official said Salum Ali, Zanzibar s Minister for Trade, Industry and Marketing, said in the / harvesting season, the Indian Ocean archipelago purchased 8, tonnes of cloves.

The lowest amount of cloves stems was purchased in April whereby only tons of cloves stems were purchased valued at $ 17,” the report stated. Cloves have been a major cash crop since the Zanzibar revolution inseveral reports, including Reuters—showed that Zanzibar, which had a monopoly over the crop, but its staggering.

and participation in clove industry. The clove marketing hitherto is dominated by the Zanzibar State Trading Corporation (ZSTC), a state agency which was established by Government decree in and further reinforced by Zanzibar Clove marketing law in The ZSTC overriding role and impact in the clove industry have been perceived.

The global clove market is projected to register a CAGR of % during the forecast period, Indonesia was the largest producer of cloves, with a production volume ofmetric ton in the year Indonesia is the leading clove producer in the world, accounting for a.

Reports and Publications. Mkataba wa Huduma. Cloves Fund. Clove Development Act. Clove Actors Registration. Clove Farms Registration Form. Clove Actors Registration Form. Contacts. Zanzibar cloves are organic, have a unique aroma, unique flavour, and low oil content compared to cloves.

Zanzibar enjoys a cool tropical climate favorable for the production of many warm-climate crops, but clove trees have largely filled its landscape, particularly on the island of Pemba.

IN the past seven years, Zanzibar's policy on clove farming has succeeded in curbing illegal sales and promoting distribution of seedlings to the farmers. There are strategies undertaken under the. Inthe clove was still its single major cash crop with 90% produced on the island of Pemba, according to Unesco.

However production figures continues to register a steady decline: from an annual average of 16, tons in the s to between 1, to 3, tons inaccording to the Zanzibar Clove Growers Association (Zacpo). The report is a compilation of first-hand information, qualitative and quantitative assessment by industry analysts, inputs from industry experts and industry participants across the value chain.

The report provides in-depth analysis of parent market trends, macro-economic indicators and governing factors along with market attractiveness as per. and Heritage, the Zanzibar Commission for Tourism (ZCT), the State University of Zanzibar (SUZA) and the Zanzibar Association of Tourist Investors (ZATI).

The SUZA lecturers Zaituni Ali and Ali Juka have been very supportive to the field researchers. The inputs of Helen Peeks, ZATI Director have been very.

§Mr. Ormsby-Gore. The clove industry is the pre-eminent economic basis of Zanzibar and, in order to protect the interests of the native growers, the Government of Zanzibar has prepared legislation to control the trade through a body called the Clove Growers' Association. In the first article the author outlines the history of the industry, the export trade in cloves and clove oil, pruning, planting and picking, crop seasons and fluctuating yields and the adverse effects of bad drainage.

The second article is devoted mainly to the " sudden death " disease, thought now to be of virus origin, which has remained unidentified and uncontrolled for over 50 years. New book by Amrit Wilson details the intrigues behind the Zanzibar Revolution In Summary • The Zanzibar revolution in resulted in the takeover by strongman Abeid Karume and union with the.

Zanzibar, mainly Pemba Island, was once the world's leading clove producer, but annual clove sales have plummeted by 80 percent since the s.

Zanzibar's clove industry has been crippled by a fast-moving global market, international competition, and a hangover from Tanzania's failed experiment with socialism in the s and s, when the. While Zanzibar's famous clove industry is commonly associated with the main island, Pemba produces the lion's share of cloves in the region today.

If you book Thanda, you book the whole island. Zanzibar's clove industry has been crippled by a fast-moving global market, and international competition.

Tanzania's failed experiment with socialism in the s and s, when the government controlled clove prices and exports, is also a factor. Zanzibar now ranks a distant third with Indonesia supplying 75% of the world's cloves compared.

But Zanzibar did well in clove exports, its second highest export earner which grew significantly to metric tons from tons during the period under review. Prev SBL’s agribusiness project stimulating growth of agriculture. Old reports were also methodically doubtful.

For example, David Livingston, a Scottish missionary and explorer, estimated t slaves were being sold annually in the markets of Zanzibar.that Zanzibar cloves are produced through organic methods and they are not contaminated with chemicals.

In that case, most of their biological characteristics remain untouched and very natural; including smell, test and flovour. It is the hope of all stakeholders in clove industry that Zanzibar cloves will remain in their natural state, with.This reprint of this celebrated classic text on Zanzibar makes available again the remarkably comprehensive account of the Island of Cloves, written by W.

H. Ingrams and first published in Zanzibar, Its History and Its People is essentially an historical ethnography of Zanzibar. The author describes local legends, and their important social function in recording and constituting the oral.