Black Pepper

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Black pepper comes from the pepper plant, a smooth woody vine that can grow up to 33 feet in hot and humid tropical climates. They begin to bear small white clustered flowers after 3 to 4 years and develop into berries known as peppercorns. Ground peppercorns produce the spice we call pepper. Native to India, pepper has played a very important role throughout history and has been a prized spice since ancient times.

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Ndian Name :Mirchi
Botanical Name :Capsicum Annum
Family :Solanaceae

Physical Properties :

ColorDark Brown in color
AppearanceFree Flowing
GranulationAs desired. From coarse ground to fine
AromaCharacteristic penetrating odor
FlavorPungent biting taste

Grade designations and definitions of quality of Tellicherry and Malabar Garbled Black Pepper

 

Grade designationSize (diameter of holes in mm. of the sieve on which retained)Extraneous matter not exceeding (percent by weight)Light berries not exceeding (percent by weight)Moisture content not exceeding (percent by weight)
TGSEB (Tellicherry Garbled special Extra Bold)4.750.5311
TGSEB (Tellicherry Garbled Extra Bold)4.250.5311
MG Grade – I (Malabar Garbled – I)0.5211

DESCRIPTION : 

Black pepper comes from the berries of the pepper plant. Black pepper, green pepper and white peppercorns are actually the same fruit (Piper nigrum); the difference in their color is a reflection of varying stages of development and processing methods.

The major commercial producers of pepper are India ,Vietnam and Indonesia.

HEALTH BENEFITS :

It improve Digestion and Promote Intestinal Health,

General characteristics:

Shall be the dried mature berries of Piper nigram grown in South India,

It shall be free from mould or insects or any other adulterant.

  •  A tolerance of 5% will be allowed
  • These comprise Pinheads, dust, chaff, pickings and other foreign matter.
  •  Light berry contents to be tested by floatation method in alcohol or methylated spirit of 0.80 to 0.82 specific gravity at room temperature (around 25°C)

HARVESTING SEASON: December to March

MARKETING SEASON:February to May

Name Inc Food in Languages

Spanish :PimientaFrench :Poivre
German :PfefferSwedish:Peppar
Arabic:Filfil AswadDutch:Peper
Italian:PepePortuguese:Pimenta
Russian:PyeretsChinese:Hu-Chiao
Japanese:Kosha
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