Import Best Quality Ginger whole/powder from india (DCN Marine Products)

Ginger is supplied and exported from India across the world by DCN .

Ginger is  a herbaceous perennial plant of the Zingiberaceae family, is said to have originated in Southeast Asia. Ginger is used as a spice, flavoring, food, and medicines. It is often dried and ground and used to flavour breads, sauces, curries, confections, pickles, and ginger ale. The spice has a mildly sharp flavour. Green ginger is a fresh rhizome that is used in cooking. Rhizomes that have been peeled can be preserved by simmering in syrup. Slices of ginger are frequently consumed in Japan and other cultures to cleanse the palette in between courses or dishes. In medicine, ginger is used to relieve colic and flatulence.



Ginger forms available:

Ginger whole and ginger powder are available.

Ginger specification:

Fresh ginger root often has a light brown exterior and a pale yellow inside. The texture and color of dried ground ginger are fine and light tan. Ginger that has crystallized has an amber to darker yellow color.

Ideal Temperature for Ginger by Debarpita Overseas:

The Ginger should be handled between 17 and 19°C, and it should be stored above 14°C (15–18° C). Relative humidity must be kept high (90–95%).

Ginger Best Quality Features By DCN :

The moisture percentage of ginger powder that was dried in the sun ranged from 3.55% to 3.78%. Shade dried ginger powder had a somewhat higher moisture content. Specifically, the amounts of protein, crude fiber, fat, and ash ranged from 5.02 to 5.82, 4.97 to 5.61, 0.76 to 0.90, and 3.38 to 3.66%.


Ginger is packaged in jute bags between 35 and 60 kg for dried ginger, 12.5 kg to 25 kg for powdered, or as needed by the buyer.

Delivery capacity:

1 container of 40ft can carry 15-18MT of carton Box of whole Ginger

Ginger Export from India:

The Zizira people believe that the Ing Makhir ginger that is grown in Meghalaya is the best ginger kind in all of India. The majority of India’s ginger exports go to the United States, Bangladesh, and the United Arab Emirates. India is the world’s second-largest exporter of ginger. One of the world’s largest producers of ginger, India produces about 385.33 thousand tonnes annually. India boosted their ginger exports from 8,332.91 tonnes in 2007-2008 to 35,616.35 tonnes in 2011-2012. Therefore, DCN that exports ginger has raised the quality of its goods and is exporting more ginger across the globe.

  • Why Choose Us:
  • DCN is one of the best if you’re searching to import whole ginger and Ginger powder from India!
  • Several nations throughout the world receive superior-quality whole Ginger and powder from DCN.
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