Black Pepper

One of the most pivotal products that never lose out on its value is the Black Pepper. This spice in specific is profoundly known for its rich culture and medicinal properties. The Black Pepper also otherwise known as the “Piper Nigrum L.” traces its origin from the family of Piperaceae. This Piperaceae in real is cultivated for its fruit, which is eventually dried and then used as an important spice for seasoning. Wonolanka offers some quality Sri-Lankan black pepper that has higher piperine content in it. This Sri-lankan black pepper for its piperine content can fetch a whopping price in the international market. Being one of the world’s most famous spices, the black pepper ranks the number one spot in spices trading. The still-green, unripe drupes of the pepper plant are the production source for this black pepper.

The black pepper’s history has a bonding with those Greek and Roman explorers who loved this spice than any other. The immense health benefits that this spice has got to offer will leave you in astonishment. Moreover, the rich nutritional values that the black pepper possesses will aid in regulating the blood pressure. With plentiful stories to describe, the Black Pepper is one of the most sought-after spices on a global note. Take a look at the health benefits this spice has to offer,

  • Helps in Digestion
  • Helps to regulate Blood Pressure
  • Promotes Intestinal Health
  • Powerful Cancer-fighting agent
  • Relieves Cold & Cough
  • Good for Weight Loss
  • Controls Stress levels

Listed below are the Grades of Black Pepper that we offer:

  • Grade 1 - (Bulk density- 550g/l minimum)
  • Grade 1 - (Bulk density- 550g/l minimum)
  • Grade 3 (FAQ) - (Bulk density- 450g/l minimum)

We also supply 570- 600GL, 550GL and Big Pepper (450 to 500 GL) which is called Heavy Berries or Black Pepper Heavy Berries. In addition, we have immature pepper with a density of around 300 to 400 GL which is consumed by oleoresin industries for oil and oleoresin extractions on piperine basis; this kind of pepper is called as Light Berries. The ripened berries are processed at to produce white pepper, which will weigh more than 570-600GL.