Our Supply Chain & Seasons


With our own / contracted farms,
we ensure sustainable supply of organic / conventional herbs and spices,
according to Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and Good Handling Practices (GHP)


We do both Sun Drying and Machine Drying based on clients request.


KB Organic has reformed its processing facility to ensures clean,
process and blend goods complying to global food regulations.


Made of fresh fiber material or poly bag with certain barrier characteristics in order to avoid contamination with MOSH/MOAH


Careful loading to preserve the integrity of the goods.

- Containers are locked with security seals to ensure safety.
- Careful planning to guarantee on time delivery.

Natural Drying

Natural drying is a process of drying food that uses the sun and wind to remove moisture from the food.
This type of drying is often used for fruits, vegetables, and meats.
Natural drying can take several days to complete and the food will need to be protected from the elements during this time.


- Better Quality For a Better Life is the main target during the processing step
- during the processing, the Production & quality department acts by the concept that the quality means "Fit The Purpose" by achieving the following main purposes:
1) Food safety & Hazard Prevention
2) Matching Product Quality Specifications
3) Full Traceability system
4) Cost Reduction

- Several check points all over the production line to assure the quality and GMP applied To assure in end the full Customer Satisfaction

Natural Drying

Natural drying is the process of allowing foods to air dry in a warm, dry environment
This method is often used for fruits, vegetables, and herbs, as it helps to preserve their nutritional content and flavor.

Color Sorting

Our color sorting machines are the latest in cutting-edge technology, able to sort products by color with speed and accuracy.
By using optical scanners and software, our machines can identify the colors of products and sort them into the correct bins.
This helps to improve efficiency in the manufacturing process and can reduce waste and downtime.

Hand Picking

Hand picking is a process where crops are harvested by hand. This is usually done for small scale operations or for crops that are delicate and can be easily damaged by machinery.


• Steam Sterilization
Steam sterilization is a process of using steam to kill microorganisms and bacteria.
The steam is usually generated by boiling water, and the process can be used to sterilize equipment, clothing, and other materials.

• Gas Treatment
Gas Treatment is the process of removing impurities from natural gas before it is used.
The main impurities in natural gas are water, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen sulfide.
These impurities can cause problems in the operation of gas-fired power plants and other equipment.


KB Organic Leading specializes in drying and refining culinary herbs, vegetables.
Products procured according to highest dehydration technology and food safety.
ALD grow, harvest and wash our culinary herbs, vegetables and refined by us.
As we understand how much this process is very sensitive we had prepared special condition and process that had devolved based on ALD long experience in dehydration.
We ensure our herbs, vegetables are produced to last market requirements.

Quality Control

Testing Of Our High Quality Is Carried Out In Our In-House Laboratory.
This Important Value For KB Organic Quality Management

- Physical-Chemical Analysis

Aroma / Flavor
Foreign Matter
Bulk Index / Density

- Microbiology Analysis

Mold / Yeast

English Name Latin Name Crop Period
Alfalfa Medicago sativa October ~> May
Aniseeds Pimpinella anisum May ~> June
Basil Ocimum basilicum May ~> October
Calendula Calendula officinalis December ~> April
Caraway Carum carvi April ~> May
Celery Apium graveolens April ~> May
Chamomile Matricaria chamomilla December ~> April
Chicory Cichorium intybus September ~> April
Chilli Capsicum annuum July ~> September
Coriander Coriandrum sativum May ~> June
Dill Anethum graveolens October ~> February
Fennel seeds Foeniculum vulgare May ~> June
Fenugreek Trigonella foenum graecum May ~> June
Garlic Allium sativum March ~> May
Hibiscus Hibiscus sabdariffa December ~> October
JEW's mallow ( Melokhia ) Corchorus olitorius May ~> August
Lemon Balm ( Mellissa ) Melissa officinalis May ~> October
Lemongrass Cymbopogon flexuosos April ~> October
Lemon Verbena Aloysia triphylla May ~> October
Marjoram Origanum majorama May ~> October
Nettle Urtica dioica December ~> March
Nigella ( Black seeds ) Nigella sativa December ~> March
Onion Allium cepa April ~> June
Parsley Petroselinum crispum Octobr ~> Feburary
Peppermint Mentha piperita April ~> October
Spearmint Mentha spicata April ~> October
Red Rose Rosa gallica March ~> May
Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis May ~> October
Sage Salvia officinalis April ~> October
Senna Cassia angustifolium May ~> October
Thyme Thymus vulgaris May ~> October
Carob Ceratonia siliqua Available all year
Bay laura ( laura leaves ) Laurus nobilis Available all year
Okra seeds Abelmoschus esculentus August ~> September
Frikka Frikka April ~> July
Basil seeds Ocimum basilicum July ~> September
Coriander seeds Coriandrum sativum March ~> April
Chia seeds Salvia hispanica August ~> September
Sage seeds Salvia officinalis July ~> September
Black Cumin Nigella sativa April ~> July
Guava Leaves Psidium guajava October ~> November