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Pepper grows in clusters on climbing vines. To obtain black pepper, the seeds are harvested when green, before they are fully ripe, then put out to dry in the sun. The green seeds become wrinkled and their final colour emerges:...
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Pepper grows in clusters on climbing vines. To obtain white pepper, the seeds are harvested when fully ripe and a dark red colour. They are then placed in a salt water bath. The skin, now softened, is removed to retain only the...
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Labelled IGP, a Protected Geographical Indication, this exceptional pepper has quickly found its place in the kitchens of great French chefs. Cultivated since the thirteenth century, it grows in the province of Kampot, located...
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The Malabar coasts: the historic birthplace of pepper! Malabar pepper cultivation is found on the Malabar coast in India. Its name comes from the Sanskrit (Indo-European language):""Pippali"". For economic or cultural reasons,...
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The island of Phu Quoc is nicknamed ‘the emerald isle’ due to its natural treasures. It is located in the Gulf of Thailand off the coast of Cambodia. The island has belonged to Vietnam since 1945. Pepper growing was introduced...
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A pepper with personality! Lampong black pepper is grown in the extreme south of the island of Sumatra in Indonesia. It is harvested in the province of Lampong, bordered by the Java Sea on one side and the Indian Ocean on the...
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Black pepper cultivation was introduced to the Bahia region of Brazil in the 17th century. It wasn’t until the 1930s that pepper started to be grown seriously and then exported to Europe and North America. Today, the three main...
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