OUR GINGER SOURCES
We verify the production chain of our suppliers, ensuring that they have all the international certifications thus their products are mostly free of: exploited labor, irreversible environmental impact, unfair working conditions.
There are some organizations and cooperatives in China that are working to promote fair trade and sustainable practices in the production of ginger. The Guangxi Jingxiang Agriculture Co-operative, located in Guangxi province, is a group of smallholder farmers who have formed a cooperative to produce organic ginger and other crops using sustainable farming practices.
Asociación de Productores de Jengibre Ecológico (Association of Organic Ginger Producers), located in the Andean region of Ayacucho. This association was formed by smallholder farmers who grow organic ginger using traditional methods and sell their ginger through fair trade channels. By participating in fair trade, the farmers are able to receive a fair price for their ginger and have access to resources and training to improve their production practices.
Top producer of fine ginger in America.
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Ginger is mainly grown in the highlands of Peru, particularly in the regions of Junin, Cusco, and Ayacucho.
In Peru, ginger is known as "jengibre" and is used in traditional medicine as well as in culinary applications.
Ginger is believed to have originated in Southeast Asia and was brought to the Americas by the Spanish colonizers. Peruvian ginger is known for its spicy and aromatic flavor, which is why it is used in many traditional Peruvian dishes, such as ceviche and lomo saltado.
In recent years, ginger has gained popularity in Peru as a health food, with many people consuming it as a tea or juice for its alleged health benefits.
Peru exports ginger to various countries, including the United States, Japan, and China.
Ginger is harvested in Peru from April to October, with peak production occurring in June and July.
Peru has implemented various measures to promote the cultivation and export of ginger, including providing technical assistance to farmers and establishing quality control standards.
Ginger is one of the many agricultural products that contribute to Peru's economy, which is heavily reliant on the export of natural resources
What We Offer
Energy: 1.26 g
Sodium: 32 mg
Carbohydrates: 70.5 g
Phosporus: 150 mg
Selenium: 38.5 μg
Calories: 347 Kcal
Fat: 5 g
Nianin: 5.1 mg
Potassium: 1343 mg
Protein: 8.5 g
Fiber: 12 g
Calcium: 116 mg
Magnesium: 180 mg
Manganese: 26.5 mg
Iron: 12 mg
Folacin: 39 μg
Zinc: 4 mg
Copper: 0.4 mg
Vitamin C: 7 mg
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine): 0.05 mg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): 0.20 mg
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine): 1 mg
Vitamin A: 150 mg
Vitamin E: 0.2 mg
One of the World 's larger producer of ginger.
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China is the largest producer and exporter of ginger in the world, with the majority of production coming from the provinces of Shandong, Anhui, and Henan. Ginger has been cultivated in China for over 2,000 years and has a long history of use in traditional Chinese medicine.
In China, ginger is known as "jiang" and is commonly used in cooking as a spice and a flavoring agent.
China produces both fresh and dried ginger, with dried ginger being the more commonly exported product.
Ginger is an important crop for many smallholder farmers in China, who rely on it as a source of income.
In recent years, there has been increasing interest in organic and sustainable ginger production in China, with some smallholder farmers adopting these practices to meet the growing demand for organic products.