Product Catalogue
 
SPECIES
Green Pepper in Brine

PEPPER : (Piper nigrum)

Pepper is considered and known as the "King of the spices" and from the same pepper plant, three natural products are derived namely the black, green and white pepper. Whereas the black pepper is wholly matured berries and dryed and finally the white pepper are dried seeds after removing the pericarp of the berries.

Green pepper are the least ripe, the most immature form of the berry. Green pepper is prepared from unripe developed pepper berries, which are artificially dried and preserved in the "wet" form in brine, vinegar or citric acid and water. All pepper trees are organic and not genetically modified or irradicated plants. Used as part of the steak seasoning or in dishes such as stews and are superb for crusting a steak before it is grilled or broiled. Brined green pepper are much more subtle than dried ones, as they have a surprising delicate taste and there is a short intense burst of flavour with a sweet finish at the end. It can be used in vinaigrettes, mayonnaise or any sauce that requires peppers. Peppercorn is a wonderful spice and can be used in many versatile form.

WHOLESALE SUPPLY:


smell: pepper - sweet / sour

colour: green

taste: pepper

appearance: 3-5mm

packing: packing size 37 x 25 x 48cms ( external size of the cubitainer)

nt wt of green peper: 19kgs

nt wt with brine: total of 32kgs

carton box: 1kg

total nt wt: 33kgs

composition of brine: distilled water, vinegar, salt and citric acid

total production of green pepper annually : 80 - 100 tons

one container: 1 FCL 20 ft can contain 625 cubitainer.



Black Pepper

Scientific Name : Piper nigrum

FAMILY NAME: piperaceae ( pepper family)

CULTIVIATION:
Black pepper is native to Southern region of India and is cultivated since millennia. Black pepper are berries of a tropical climbing vine and produced in commercial cultivation on trellis or trees. Pepper berries are picked about nine month after flowering. It bears many slender densely packed flower spikes. The fruits develop upon these spikes are generally harvested while still green. It is gathered before it is fully ripen and is spread on mats in the sun. The green fruits are dried and lose colour gradually until the flesh around the single hard seed is wrinkled and shrivelled and turn grayish black and then dry or ground as black pepper.

COMPOSITION: Pepper's aromatic slightly musty odor comes from the volatile oil largely in the flesh and skin and the pungent bite comes from the alkaloids piperine found in the seeds.

CULINARY USES: Black pepper is a universal table condiment used to flavour all types of dishes in cuisines worldwide.

MEDICAL AND OTHER USES: Pepper has long been recognised for its various medicinal properties and uses as : expectorant, stimulant, indigestion. The essential oil are used in perfumes, flavourings.

STORAGE TIPS: Store in cool, dark and dry place.

WHOLESALE SUPPLY: 6000 tons

PACKING:

WEIGHT:

1 FCL: 1X 20FT" FCL

TOTAL NT WT: 10 TONS

OTHER PRODUCTS AVAILABLE: Essential oil is available upon request. Very high grade oil that is naturally turquoise blue.



Clove Buds

Scientific Name : Syzygium aromaticum or Syn name Eugenia caryophyllata

FAMILY: Myrtaceae

DESCRIPTION: Clove, small, reddish-brown flower bud of the tropical evergreen of the family Mrytacaea.

CULTIVATION:
The clove tree is an evergreen that grows to about 6 to 12 m in height with small leaves. Flowering begins in about the fifth years after propagation. A tree annually yield up to 75 pounds (34ks) of dried buds. The buds just before the inflorescens open, are hand-picked in late summer and again in winter and then are sun dried. Cloves vary in length from 13 to 19mm.

COMPOSITION:
Cloves contain 14 to 20 percent essential oil. The principal component is the aromatic oil eugenol ( 70 to 90%). Cloves are strongly pungent . Three essential oil are available from this spice namely clove bud oil, clove stem oil and clove leaf oil. Each has different chemical composition and flavour.

CULINARY USE:Cloves are ingredients in many classic spice mixtures such as simmering in fish, poultry and meat. Also used as ground spice.

MEDICAL AND OTHER USES:
The clove oil is used to prepare anesthetic product for toothaches. It is a strong antiseptic and preservative and also used against, indigestion and nausea. Eugenol is used in germicides, perfumes, mouthwashes.

WHOLESALE SUPPLY:

PACKING: all seeds are packed in "goni" bag only.

WEIGHT: Each bag weighs appx 50kgs

ONE CONTAINER: 1X 20" FCL CONTAIN 200 BAGS

TOTAL WEIGHT: 10 TONS

GRADING: MIXED

OTHER PRODUCTS AVAILABLE: Essential oil from clove bud extra, clove bud, clove stem, clove leaf



Cinnamon Chips

Scientific Name : Cinnamomum Zeylanicum

FAMILY NAME: Lauraceae

CULTIVATION: Cinnamon comes from a tropical evergreen tree of the laurel family having both bark and leaves aromatic. Cinnamon is the inner bark of the evergreen trees. They are harvested by peeling off the tree bark and allowing it to curl up in quills as it dries in direct sunlight on mats. After four or five days of drying, the quills are rolled and keep for furthur drying. Cinnamon has a warm, sweet and woody aroma.

COMPOSITION: Cinnamon has 0.5 to 1% of essential oil with principal components as cinnamic aldehyde.

CULINARY USES: It complements beef, pork, curries, cakes, biscuit and chocolate.

MEDICAL AND OTHER USES: It is used to treat nausea, flatulence and diarrhea. The oil is anti-fugal and anti-bacterial.

WHOLESALE SUPPLY:

PACKING: Jute plastic bag

GRADING: Mixed

WEIGHT: one jute plastic bag : 30kgs

FCL: 1 X 20FT FCL contains 200 bags

TOTAL QUANTITY: 1 x 20"FT FCL : 6 TONS/m

OTHER PRODUCTS AVAILABLE: Essential oil of Cinnamon bark and fresh cinnamon leaf.



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