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High Quality Dried Ginger

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Port: JNPT Mumbai/Mundra/Chennai
Payment Terms: L/C,D/P,T/T
Supply Ability: 200 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Month
Weight (kg): 25
Usage: Human Consumption
Place of Origin: Karnataka India
Moisture: 12% Max.
Purity: 99% Min
Grade: Deluxe
Model Number: DRY GINGER 121
Feature: Longer Shelf Life
Certification: Spices Board
Brand Name: KGCPL
Crop: Current Year
Type: Ginger
Part: Root
Admixture: 1% Max.
Style: Fresh
Taste: Hot Spicy
Cultivation Type: COMMON
Variety: Punja,Old Ginger
Packaging Detail: Packing in 10/25Kg Jute Bag/50kg Jute bag. Or According to clients' requirements.
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Product Description
Indian Dry Ginger
Ginger is herb that grows mainly in Asia is used as a spice in cooking. It is also known for its therapeutic qualities. It is an
underground stem (rhizome) that can be used fresh, powdered, dried, or in the form of oil or GINGER.
We are offering high quality Ginger that is widely used as seasoning or condiment .And it gives delicious in taste and rich in flavor. The offered Ginger also helps in reducing cholesterol and lowers blood pressure and Ginger is extensively demanded in food as well as in pharmaceutical industry. Ginger Root is also used in Cakes, Cookies, Breads and Beverages, Sauces, Fruit dishes and heavily used in Cooking especially in the Asian Countries.
Botanical Name : ZINGIBER

Other Names:
African Ginger, Amomum Zingiber, Ardraka, Black Ginger, Cochin Ginger, Gan Jiang, Gingembre, Gingembre Africain, Gingembre Cochin, Gingembre Indien, Gingembre Jamaïquain, Gingembre Noir.

Ginger is an upright tropical plant (Zingiber Officinale Roscoe) that grows about 1 meter tall. It originated in INDIA and is now produced in tropical climates throughout the world; China, Taiwan, Nigeria, Jamica, Mauritius and Australia are the major producers.It requires a warm and humid climate and a heavy rainfall. The plant can be cultivated from almost sea level to an altitude of 1500m above sea level. It thrives well in sandy or clay loam soil with good drainage and hums content.

Forms Of Ginger:
Ginger is usually available in three different forms:
* Fresh Root Ginger
* Preserved Ginger in brine or Syrup
* Dried Ginger Spice.

Fresh Ginger is usually consumed in the area where it is produced, although it is possible to transport fresh roots
internationally. Both mature and immature rhizomes are consumed as a fresh vegetable.
Preserved Ginger is only made from immature rhizomes. Most preserved Ginger is exported. Only the youngest most tender stems of ginger should be used.
Dry Ginger spice is produced from the mature rhizome. As the rhizome matures the flavor and aroma becomes much stronger. Dried Ginger can be grinded and used directly as a spice and also for the extraction of ginger oil.

Processing Of Dried Ginger:
Ginger can be harvested from about 5 months after planting but at this stage they are immature. After 7 months the rhizomes will become less tender and the flavor will be too stronger. Most mature rhizomes for drying are harvested between 8 to 9 months of age when they have a big aroma and flavor. If they are harvested later than this the fibre content will be too high.

Steps for Dried Ginger :
* The fresh rhizome is harvested at between 8 to 9 months of age.
* The roots and leaves are removed and the rhizomes are washed.
* The rhizomes have to be ‘killed’ or inactivated. This is done by peeling, rough scraping or chopping the rhizome into slices.
* After peeling and washing, the rhizomes are soaked for 2-3 hours in clean water.
* The rhizomes are dried. Our method is to lay the pieces on a concrete floor and sun-dry until a final moisture content of 10%.
Drying may take anything from 7 to 14 days depending upon the weather conditions.
* After drying, the rhizomes are cleaned to remove any dirt, pieces of dried peel and any other foreign material. An air
separator can be used for large quantities.
* The dried rhizomes are packaged into jute bags.
* Dried Ginger can also be kept in room temperature for short period but can be stored in cold storage for their long life.

Types of Quality :
1. Punja Quality/ Five Finger Quality
2. Deluxe Quality
3. Semi Deluxe Quality
4. A 1 Quality
5. Grinding Quality

Packing: 10kg/ 25kg/ 50 kg jute bags.

12% Max
Five Finger (Punja), Deluxe, Semi Deluxe, A1, FAQ
As per buyer request
Packing & Delivery
Packing in 25/50 Kg Jute Bags.
Shipping in 10 to 15 days.
Why Ginger from India?
1.Ginger is among the earliest recorded spices to be grown and exported from India.
2.India holds consistently in top 7 rankings of exports in Global Ginger Market
3.India ranks number one in production globally.
4.Warm and humid climate conditions suits India to produce Ginger

Why Dry Ginger From Kinal Global Care ?
* Quality Control Specialist in each process of Dry Ginger.
* Specialist will deal throughout the process.
* Direct involvement of Kinal management for each shipment.
* Adhering to our core values for each process. (QIACC)
* Procurement and scrutiny to the fullest from farmers/ processor.
* Live Product photos and video update.
* Transparency and Genunity in information Knowledge sharing to buyers.
* Willingness to help the customer without sales

Important Producing States: Karnataka, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Meghalaya, West Bengal.

How to select a genuine exporter of Dry Ginger?
1. Understand Exporter’s Company and the Industry
2. Understand the Exporter’s Presence and experience
3. Knowledge, Quality and Source of the Product
4. Pricing of the Product
5. Willingness to help without any sales expectation
6. Video Calling/Physical Visit
7. Verification in google about the complaints
8. Tradeshow Participation

Spice Board
Spices Board (Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India) is the flagship organization for the development and worldwide promotion of Indian spices. The Board is an international link between the Indian exporters and the importers abroad. The Board has been spearheading activities for excellence of Indian spices, involving every segment of the industry.