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Pepper in a bowl mit water

Pepper

Pepper (Piper nigrum) originally came from India, where it dominated the spice trade back in ancient times and was equated with solid gold. This luxury spice enabled trade cities like Venice to accumulate immense wealth. The actual pepper plant is a vine which can grow on trees up to a height of 10 m. When cultivated, the plant normally reaches a height of 3-4 metres.


Also possible

Vegan
Mildly spicy
Cultivated in mixed, diverse plantations

Assortment

  • In salt brine:


  • green
  • red

Packaging

  • Polycan
  • Drum
  • Bucket
  • Can
  • Vacuum polybag

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Bärbel Walter

Bärbel Walter

Product Manager

Phone:  +49 421 5239-47243
Mail: baerbel.walter@lamotte-food.de


Within my product category I am your expert. My knowledge covers their manufacturing, their application plus the market events from all over the world. I am more than happy to fulfil your expectations beyond the market standard. Please contact me for tailormade advice.

Good to know


We can provide green and red peppercorns in various packing and qualities.


Pepper cutout

Utilisation

Green peppercorns are an excellent ingredient for meat dishes and add a unique savoury taste to fruits like strawberries. Pepper butter (crushed green peppercorns mixed with a little bit of salt and butter) is delicious for every BBQ

Origin

India, Vietnam

Harvest Period

End of November to the beginning of January

Pepper tree

Manufacturing


The green peppercorns are harvested unripe. Because once ripe, they turn red. The stalks, petals, black seeds and other impurities are removed from the harvested peppercorns and are then preserved in a saline solution and acetic acid or dried immediately at high temperatures in order to be able to retain their original green colour. A slightly pungent odour is caused by terpenes which together with piperine create the unrivalled natural, spicy taste of the peppercorns.

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Creating customer-oriented quality

Your quality requirements are always in good hands at Henry Lamotte Food. Our quality management system creates supply security by utilising coordinated processes, combined with quality assurance for high product quality.