Lord of the Himalayas value it’s unique relationship with the rich Himalayan region. Via the expertise of local tribesmen, we are able to organically harvest the specialty pine nut for international trade. Consequently we take broad and holistic approach to our social responsibility, Delivering education for girls and protecting the endangered Markhor goat.
Traceability & Standards
Following authentic processing traditions, the pine nuts are first processed in the mountain villages and then in the Sundar Industrial estate of Lahore, Pakistan. The traceable route ensures the product arrives in optimum condition and is organically certified across the supply chain. Utilizing advancement in technology, the nuts are finally processed and packaged at an automated plant, in compliance with international standards.
We maintain our quality according to the EEC regulation and is tested and approved with lab reports from the organizations. We have been encouraging traditional wild collection in the Himalayas which is beneficial for both the crop and the local people.
There is a small-scale engagement program offering basic trainings, raising awareness to avoid cross-contamination and offering Health & Safety kits to the community. A basic guide outlining the weather conditions in the locality is also provided. This has resulted in the transparency of the supply chain during the transit of raw materials from the mountain peaks to the collection depots base in the nearby valleys.
Lord of the Himalayas supports a niche trade, employing local knowledge and an integrated
supply chain to source a product of rare quality, obtained from a geographically and politically