Vietnam black pepper
Pho Nui is one of the world's re-known trustworthy and reliable Supplier, Processor, Exporter and Packers of various qualities of Vietnam Black Pepper holding around 1,000 to 2,500 Metric Tons ready stocks availability for prompt shipments of various qualities and different qualities of Vietnamese Black Pepper.
Our bulk and timely procurement from the origin during the full harvesting season i.e.: March / April / May enables us to offer prompt availability from our strategic warehouse locations at Origin and trading hubs such as Dubai and Singapore along with the best prices and even sometimes lower prices from the origin; due to our quantitative purchases being conducted. Besides Exporting various Qualities and Grades of Vietnam Black Pepper, we are also Processing and Exporting high quality Black Pepper with consistent quality standards. Due to variations in the qualities sourced from Vietnam Black Pepper Exporters; we have introduced our own brands and bulk packaging. Due to the high quality of raw material and an efficient monitoring system during the process of selection and cleaning of Black Pepper berries, we are available to offer our customers the best quality Black Pepper from Vietnam. All these expertise have allowed us to be on the market since 1996 when Vietnam started to exports its production of Black Pepper. Our advanced selection process formatted on ERP system allows us to classify the Black Pepper cargoes in accordance with its area of cultivation, resulting in all these expertise our well known qualities are as follows:
Black pepper (Piper nigrum) is a flowering vine in the family Piperaceae, cultivated for its fruit, which is usually dried and used as a spice and seasoning. The fruit, known as a peppercorn when dried, is approximately 5 millimetres (0.20 in) in diameter, dark red when fully mature, and, like all drupes, contains a single seed. Peppercorns, and the ground pepper derived from them, may be described simply as pepper, or more precisely as black pepper (cooked and dried unripe fruit), green pepper (dried unripe fruit) and white pepper (unripe fruit seeds).
Pho Nui offered stringent quality parameters are strictly monitored and followed by the entire team from farm-gate levels till the deliverance of the cargo at buyer’s nominated port of destination. Regarding prices, Pho Nui offered prices are at times, even lower than the origin because of our vast know-how about the Black Pepper business. Complete global demand and supply scenario is observed by our professional research team and regular visits to observe the changes in the main producing and cultivation areas in Highlands of Dak Lak , Gia Lai and Dong Nai Vietnam. All these hard work, sincere efforts, prompt decisions and Cash Liquidity allows us to commence timely procurement of best quality Black Pepper raw material in huge bulk quantity at the origin directly from various Vietnamese Black Producers and Farmers Co-Operative Associations. Hence, all the above advantages provide us an additional edge for Supplying Black Pepper from Vietnam in international market with the best competitive prices than offered by other Vietnam Black suppliers and exporter.
Dried ground pepper has been used since antiquity for both its flavour and as a medicine. Black pepper is the world’s most traded spice. It is one of the most common spices added to European cuisine and its descendants.
+ Admixture: max 1.0%
+ Selected high quality black pepper whole.
+ Clean, dry and no mold
+ Style: Dried
+ Origin: Vietnam
The Amazing Health Benefits of Black Pepper
Salt and Black Pepper seem to go hand-in-hand when it comes to seasoning our foods. However, many people steer clear of salt because, too much of it and it makes your water retain water. One of the amazing health benefits of Black Pepper is, it actually does the opposite. This spice acts as a diuretic. It also encourages our bodies to sweat and get rid of harmful toxins.
According to the American Spice Trade Association, Black Pepper actually contains sodium. But, it’s a minuscule amount. There are about 10 milligrams of sodium in 100 grams of Black Pepper. If you’re wondering how much Black Pepper that is, according to the ASTA, it’s enough to sprinkle your morning eggs every day for 7 years.
Black Pepper Aids Your Digestion
Over-the-counter medications like Tums, Mylanta and Pepto Bismol are popular because people are constantly plagued with indigestion after they eat. One of the amazing health benefits of Black Pepper is, it actually aids your digestion. When you eat Black Pepper, your taste buds become stimulated. They send signals to your stomach telling it to increase its production of hydrochloric acid. This acid helps your body digest food so you don’t suffer from indigestion.
Black Pepper can also help prevent the formation of intestinal gas and reduce stomach upset.
Black Pepper and Anorexia
For people who suffer from mild Anorexia, Black Pepper can also help them regain their appetite because it stimulates their taste buds.
Black Pepper and Congestion
Are you suffering from a chest cold? Add Black Pepper to your diet, and this spice will help break-up the congestion, especially if you add it to a strong, steaming hot cup of mint tea.
Black Pepper and Healing Cuts
Another amazing health benefit of Black Pepper is, that it’s a handy spice to have in the kitchen for when you cut yourself. The next time you have a minor cut, sprinkle Black Pepper on it. It will help stop the bleeding. Plus, it’s antibacterial properties will promote healing and kill germs.
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When we talk about spices, everybody think about Pepper. Pepper is considered as the "King of Spices". Foreseeing in years, Vietnam was continuously promoting cultivation and export of pepper. We are very proud to have played a part in the success of Vietnam Black Pepper industry in a short span of time and we will continue to strive with Vietnam Black Pepper industry in taking it to newer heights. Over the last ten years Vietnam has gradually increased its influence on pepper international market. This Asian country is the world’s leading Exporter of Black Pepper, Exporting about 150,000 metric tons per year since consecutive last 2 years and mainly for two reasons: firstly, its favorable climate conditions and rural traditions in the cultivation of pepper; secondly, domestic use is almost zero. We are one of the prominent Exporters and Suppliers, engaged in offering premium quality Vietnamese Black Pepper. Our offered Black Pepper is used as a spice and seasoning in cuisines and are also used for medicinal purposes, consumed by oleoresin and oil industry. Understanding that quality is the key to ensure long-term and repeated orders, our experienced team is working hard with supported by the most modern technology imported from Europe and two dedicated cleaning lines and our steam sterilization facility is also under construction, for which machines have been ordered by the world class re-known European company. In all the above regards; we are proudly able commit a high standard of Black Pepper to specific requirements. Black Pepper Suppliers from Vietnam are considered as the biggest supply all over the world, contributing 1/3 of glob
al production and over 50% of trade volume of about 200,000 tons per year. 60% of pepper sales in the world coming from this tropical country, Vietnam will continue to maintain its premier position in pepper exports; thanks to the reduction of acreage of pepper cultivated lands in several countries despite the fact that the world’s supply for the product is still less than the demand. The advantages of Vietnam’s pepper are its stable quality and output. Since 2002, Vietnam has been maintaining its growth pace in pepper output while many other countries have abated their production due to the low prices of pepper in the world market. Another positive signal for Vietnam’s pepper industry is the flow of foreign investment it is receiving directly, in both the processing and the marketing sections, which helps Vietnamese businesses sell pepper directly, without intermediaries as PHO NUI is doing now. PHO NUi is exporting Black Pepper from Vietnam to 73 countries and territories in the world with the largest volumes sold to the US, the EU and the Middle East.