Welcome to Silk Origin

Sericulture for a finer tomorrow.

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We grow all three species of the Mulberry trees across several locations in Kenya following eco-friendly farm practices.

Silk Worm

We handle the growth process and reproduction of the silk worms in a germ-free workshop covering over 5,000 square metres.


We reel silk from cocoons of the silk worms and process it further to yield the final silk threads in our industries.


We generate a number of quality by-products from each stage of the sericulture value chain.

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Leaders In The Silk & Mulberry Markets

We're on a mission to create an entire sericulture value chain and accompanying economic opportunities while building climate resilience and adaptability in Kenya through the establishment of large-scale mulberry plantation and sericulture in Kenya.

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Sericulture Facts

Did You Know?

  1. Bullet Proof Vests
  2. Parachutes
  3. Industrial Conveyor Belts
  4. Surgical Sutures
  5. Graft Bones
  1. One worm can produce 1,000 metres of silk filaments
  2. Silkworms only feed on mulberry leaves
  3. Silk larvae is used for human consumption
  4. In Asia, unmated Silkworm moth is used to treat erectile dysfunction.
  5. Silk Larvae is used as a source of protein in animal feed.
  1. Its leaves can be served as a vegetable and also as animal feeds.
  2. Its ground leaves and oil extracts have medicinal value.
  3. The mulberries are used fruit, jam, wine & fermented porridge
  4. The bark of the tree is used to make hockey sticks and rackets
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We guarantee 6A quality tested 100% Mulberry Silk by focussing on state of the art moriculture, silkworm rearing and post cocoon activities ultimately leading to the production of the highest grade silk yarn.

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