Spice Trade — white pepper

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Regency explores: White Peppercorns from India, Vietnam and Indonesia

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This season in White Pepper has been full of ups and downs. Floods, farmers hoarding stocks, late crop, and all kinds of excitement that ordinarily wouldn’t make anyone bat an eyelid at. At the end of it all, it’s made us select a new favourite variety of white peppercorns. Last year, we used to favour our Indian Malabar White Peppercorns. Famed for their earthy, rich pepper flavour and aromas, these white peppercorns are extremely heavy and pack a strong heat. Top grade White Peppercorns from India But we weren’t too happy with the colour after grinding. It isn’t too white...

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Nutrition and Buying Tips: White Pepper

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Regency Grade White Pepper All values below are per 1 tsp (2.4g) of ground white peppercorns. Please note White Pepper varies dramatically in quality – White Pepper is a result of deshelling Black Pepper, which can vary by as much as 100% in density. As a result, values below may vary drastically between qualities of White Pepper. Below is the quantity of average grade white pepper (density around 400-450g/l), note Regency Grade is 580-620g/l, so you can expect higher values for most of the below besides water with our white pepper. Proximates*Water* 0.27gEnergy* 7kcalProtein* 0.25gTotal lipid (fat)* 0.05gCarbohydrate, by difference* 1.65gFiber, total dietary* 0.6g...

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