Exporter of Brazilian Peppers

Brazil is know for many products worldwide, but the Brazil Origin Peppers is still an undiscovered Agricultural commodity that is starting to gain global attention. Brazilian Peppers cover all levels of the Scoville Heat Unit Index and every importer of Hot Sauce company can find a Pepper that meets their product and manufacturing needs.

Shipfrombrazil.com is proud to be an exporter of wide variety of Brazilian Peppers worldwide and Importer and supplier of Brazilian peppers such as the Malagueta, Cumari, Habanero and Boquinho pepper to US Hot Sauce Brands.

Shipfrombrazil.com exports the following Brazilian Peppers worldwide.

  • Malagueta Pepper
  • Cumari Pepper
  • Habanero Pepper from Brazil
  • Boquinho Pepper
  • Dry Malagueta Pepper Powder

Malagueta Pepper

SCOVILLE HEAT UNIT  OF 30,000 TO 50,000 SHU (Scoville Heat Units)

Malagueta peppers  is one of the most widely used hot peppers in Brazil. It is a small, tapered, green pepper that turns red as it matures. It is about 2 inches in length at maturity. It is a very hot pepper, with a range of 60,000 to 100,000 Scoville units (about the same as Tabasco peppers).

This pepper is used to season many regional dishes in Brazil and is used in sauces. In Portugal, the term “malagueta” is used to describe a wide range of hot peppers.

Malagueta Peppers are processed and packaged in the following way

  • Whole Malagueta Pepper with Vinegar Conserve
  • Malagueta Pepper Mash


SCOVILLE HEAT UNIT  OF 50,000 TO 300,000 SHU (Scoville Heat Units)

Also known as (Cumari, Pimenta Cumari). Residing from the Cumari region of Brazil, this rare Brazilian fiery hot pepper is only the size of a pea. There are several types in the family, including the Cumari Do Para, one of the most popular (shown), the Cumari Ou Passarinho, Cumari Se Crescente, and Cumari Verdadeira. However, there is only one that belongs to the Capsicum Praetermissium species, the one true Cumari, the Cumari Pollux.

Cumari Peppers are processed and packaged in the following way

  • Whole Cumari Pepper with Vinegar Conserve
  • Cumari Pepper Mash


SCOVILLE HEAT UNIT  OF 250,000 to 700,000 SHU (Scoville Heat Units)

The Brazilian Habanero Pepper is considered the hottest pepper in the Brazilian Market. The Habanero hot pepper group is not well known in Brazil, despite its origin in the Amazon. Nevertheless, domestic and international markets have been increasing the demand for this type of hot pepper

The habanero pepper has high heat with pungency ranging from 250,000 to 700,000 SHU (Scoville Heat Units).

Habanero Peppers are processed and packaged in the following way

  • Whole Habanero Pepper with Vinegar Conserve
  • Habanero Pepper Mash


SCOVILLE HEAT UNIT  OF Scoville Units: ~ 1000 SHU (Scoville Heat Units)

Hailing from the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, Pimenta Biquinho peppers are round and little with a distinctive, tapered point or tail that resembles a birds beak. They can be either a brilliant scarlet-red or sunshine-yellow. it also makes a beautiful ornamental plant.

The most common way that Biquinho peppers are eaten in Brazil is when they’ve been pickled in a vinegar solution and served as a garnish or as an appetizer with drinks.

Biquinho Peppers are processed and packaged in the following way

  • Whole Biquinho Pepper with Vinegar Conserve


We are focused on providing Malagueta peppers on a bulk quantity for distributors, manufacturers or importers seeking quality malagueta peppers. The Peppers are loaded in 200 Liter Sanitized Barrels with a capacity of 100kg of Malagueta Peppers and 80 Liters of Vinegar for conservation. Once loaded with Pepper and vinegar, the Barrels are sealed for shipment

Shipfrombrazil.com assists US Buyers and Pepper companies with importation and delivery services into the United States. We import the Peppers, responsible for all US Customs Clearance and delivery to your warehouse.


  • US FDA Registration & Pin
  • HAACP Plan
  • Food Safety Defense Plan
  • Vinegar Certification


Brazil Telephone: +55 21 99491.8887
International Telephone: +1 682 747 6348
Email: exports@shipfrombrazil.com

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