Black Pepper - Grade B1

Import brazilian black peppers

 

A flowering plant in the Piperaceae family called black pepper (Piper nigrum) is grown for its peppercorn-shaped fruit, which is often dried and used as a spice and condiment. The fruit has a single seed like all drupes when it is fresh and fully developed, and it is around 5 mm (0.20 in) in diameter and dark crimson.

Brazil exports 13% of the black peppercorn found in global markets, which is one of the country’s key products. Annual production of black pepper from Brazil ranges between 40,000 and 50,000 metric tons. Our black pepper is grown and produced in Bahia, Brazil nd it meets the strict standards of the B1 Grade Pepper . For importers and distributors seeking high-quality Brazilian black peppers at reasonable prices, Shipfrombrazil.com directly exports Brazilian black peppers and peppercorns in bulk quantities.

For United States buyers looking for logistics services from Brazil to almost any location in the country, we offer importation and delivery services.

Brazilian Black Pepper

The majority of black peppercorn grown and supplied outside of Asia comes from Brazil. The taste and quality of the B1 Black Peppercorn Grade are regarded as the highest in the world. With competitive pricing and worldwide shipping, our black peppercorn is procured directly from Brazilian farmers in Bahia.

Back Pepper - B1

Current Crop Peppercorn

Exported in Jute Bags

Competitive Pricing

Brazil B-1 Black Pepper Specifications

EXPORT GRADE BLACK PEPPERCORN WITH BRAZIL ORIGIN

  • Minimum Density : (G/L) – 550 g
  • Scorched Grains : (% MAX) – 5%
  • Humidity : (% MAX) – 12%
  • Ethereal Extract : (% MIN) – 6%
  • Impurities :  0%
  • Molded Grains : (% MAX) – 0%
  • Crop Year :  August 2022
  • Origin : Bahia, Brazil

Packaging and Shipping

  • 20-foot containers can hold up to 15 tons of pepper, while 40-foot containers can hold up to 25 tons.
  • Packaging: 25 kilogram. white new PP (polypropylene) bags
  • The following documentation are considered provided: a bill of lading, a commercial invoice, a certificate of origin, a phytosanitary certificate (issued under an import permit), a packing list, and a fumigation certificate.
  • shipment from major ports in Brazil to all secure destinations worldwide
  • Services for Smaller Orders Using Airfreight

Fast Airfreight Shipping from GRU Airport, Sao Paulo

LCL or FCL Ocean Freight Shipping from Santos, SP

Courier Shipping for Samples and Small Orders

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