Black Pepper


Black Pepper

Botanical Name : Piper Nigrum
English Name : Black pepper
Hindi Name : Kali Mirch
Family Name : Piperaceae


Black peppers are cultivated in malabar, Java, Sumatra, and Penang. Vietnam, India
Harvest season: Dec & January


Black, white, and green peppercorns all come form the same plant, but they are harvested at different times and handled in different ways.

Black peppercorns are the sun-dried red berries, which are picked before they are ripe.


  • High in antioxidants, free radicals are unstable molecules that can damage your cells
  • Has anti-inflammatory properties
  • May benefit your brain
  • May improve blood sugar control
  • May lower cholesterol levels
  • May have cancer-fighting properties
  • Prevents Any Sort of Cancer
  • Good for Digestion
  • Prevents Constipation
  • Treats Skin Problems
  • Good for Your Hair
  • Aids in Weight Loss
  • Treats Depression
  • Helps in Treating Respiratory Diseases


Name Moisture Admixture Density
Black Pepper 250 Gram / l  13.5% max  1% max 250 g/l min
Black Pepper 450 Gram / l  13.5% max  1% max 450 g/l min
Black Pepper 500 Gram / l  13.5% max  1% max  500 g/l min
Black Pepper 550 Gram / l  13.0% max  0.5% max  550 g/l min
Black Pepper 550 Gram / l Cleaned  13.0% max  0.25% max  550 g/l min
Black Pepper 570 Gram / l  13.0% max  0.25% max  570 g/l min


Black Pepper is a spice that is being used from ancient’s time in cooking for its culinary properties and nutritional value.

Black Pepper Powder or Ground ( Piper nigrum ) is largely used by meat packers and in canning, pickling, baking and food processing industry considering for its preservative value.

Use black pepper as an ingredient in recipes to add flavor and spice to meats, fish, vegetables, salad dressings, soups, stir-fries, pasta, and more.

Also, you can also add a dash of black pepper to scrambled eggs, avocado toast, fruit, and dipping sauces for a spicy kick


25/ 50 kgs bags or as per buyer’s requirement

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