Black Pepper - The King Of Spices

Did You Know? In ancient time, black pepper was used as currency. Often identified as “King of spice,” black pepper is even today a popular spice. Considering its popularity even in the neighbouring countries, Indian Spices Manufacturers export huge quantities of black pepper, to wherever required.

Black Pepper comes from the berries of the pepper plant. Among all types of peppercorns found today, Black Pepper is the one known for its strong flavours. The Spice is available in the whole, cracked as well as powder form. This prudent spice holds more advantages than you would have ever imagined.

It is an excellent source of manganese and vitamin K, copper, dietary fibre, calcium, chromium and iron. Black pepper has also been used for its carminative, anti-inflammatory, and anti-flatulent properties.

Along with other spices, the Indian spices exporters also export black pepper to the countries where the demand for Indian spices is high. It is available throughout the year in the markets. It can be stored at room temperature for several years and can be used, as and when required.

It is used as a remedy for tooth decay and gum swellings. Peppercorns or Black Pepper is also being used as a medicine to cure flatulence and indigestion. The powder form of peppercorns is sprinkled over fruit/vegetable salads, lemonades, chaats, soups, Lassi, etc. to enhance their flavour. In India and Pakistan, black pepper powder mixed with salt is found on the serving table in restaurants.

If you too are a fan of this spice, then we suggest you invest in a good quality pepper mill and keep it on your dining table – so that you never run out of this spicy, peppery flavour.

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