Hong Thai Farm specializes in supplying large quantity of high quality pepper for export markets and domestic markets with a professional pre-processing factory that has the automatic and modern machines, the closed cold storage system.
To answer customers’ questions about pepper products, we would like to present to you some of the following answers (based on the questions gathered)
Black pepper is the type of pepper used in daily meals. This is a popular pepper on the market, it has round seeds, big, black skin. Black pepper is harvested in the spring in our country.
White pepper is the black pepper that has been peeled off, the rest of the core is white.
This pepper is usually gray-white in color, bright white in color usually has been chemically treated.
This is the finished product after the black pepper is pureed. Ground pepper is used in daily meals.
Why is ground pepper cheaper than black pepper?
Normally, whole pepper is more expensive than ground pepper. The reason is that ground pepper is often mixed with some additional ingredients such as pepper stalk, pepper leaf, pepper … More dangerous is that some establishments mix with chemicals to increase their profit.
Second, canned ground pepper is usually not as fragrant and spicy as home ground pepper. Therefore, you should buy pepper to grind to help ensure both health and taste.
Pepper is flat
This is the kind of pepper that is picked or dropped when young, the kernel is not hard enough, so when dried, there is only the outer part and a little inner kernel.
Flattened pepper has a very low price, it is often mixed with black pepper to reduce costs, or mixed with pepper to make it easier to sell.
Pepper is purchased in buckets
This is pepper that traders buy from the people, pepper is bought in buckets including black pepper, low pepper, trash … untreated.
This type of pepper is for wholesaling, depending on the case, they classify each type of pepper for sale. Sometimes we see pepper prices in different places, the cause is the percentage of trash, small seeds in pepper, more or less but different prices
What is the standard G / L (Gram / liter) of pepper?
Standard Gram / liter or abbreviated G / L is the pepper dealer to classify pepper according to each price level. Here it means that people put pepper into a pot of a liter, then weigh it up. The heavier the pepper, the stronger the pepper will be.
People use this indicator because it is simple, the classification is relatively good. If you have been in the pepper business before, you will know that pepper flakes are very light and its volume is very large. If you put the peppercorns in a 1 liter bottle and weigh, it is about 250 grams. If the black pepper is strong, weighed up, the weight can be more than 600 grams.
So the larger the G / L standard, the better it is.
Traders often rate pepper as follows:
|Pepper is flat||250 – 300 G/L|
|Pepper is purchased in buckets (with extremely low quality)||300 – 350 G/L|
|Pepper is purchased in buckets (with low quality)||350 – 400 G/L|
|Pepper is purchased in buckets||400 – 480 G/L|
|Pepper is purchased in buckets (to export)||500 G/L|
|Pepper type 2||530 – 550 G/L|
|Pepper type 1||560 -600 G/L|
|Special grade pepper||600 G/L|
This is only a relative rating, depending on the category of criteria that there are additional different ratings. The unprofessional traders who prefer cheap prices can easily buy low quality pepper.
Black pepper (Clean)
This is the pepper product of clean countryside. Pepper is purchased from the garden, and pepper is selected big, even and good. Pepper is fully exposed to the sun without any chemical treatment. Impurities such as stalks, leaves, trash … has been removed.
Standard: 580 G / l
Pepper is clean, fragrant and spicy, safe for the health of users.
Hong Thai group employees are preliminary processing green pepper products.
Hong Thai group staff are vacuuming and packing green pepper products.
HONG THAI – GOGO JOINT VENTURE GROUP
Address: No. 135, Tay Son Street –Phung Town – Dan Phuong District – Ha Noi city.
Tel: 0246 326 5051 – 0246 675 8319
Hotline: 0985.897.585 – 0973.897.585