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Ginger is herb that grows mainly in Asia is used as a spice in cooking. It is also known for its therapeutic qualities. It is an underground stem (rhizome) that can be used fresh, powdered, dried, or in the form of oil or GINGER.

Dry Ginger known as Soonth, Sunth or Sukku in India, dried ginger is, as the name suggests, nothing but fresh ginger which has undergone a drying process by first washing and soaking overnight and then drying it out in the sun. Sometimes calcium carbonate is added to bleach the dried ginger, which gives it a whitish covering. Dried ginger is mostly used in its powdered form which is easy to store having a long shelf life of more than six months.

The pungency or spiciness in ginger is derived from three main compounds - Gingerol, Shogaol and Zigerone. Fresh ginger contains Gingerol as its active component, which, when cooked, loses its pungency and gets transformed to Zingerone. The most pungent form, however, is dried ginger whose active component is Shogaol.

Common Packing For Container Shipment

Products Packing Container
Dry Ginger 10kg or 25kg Jute Bags 24MT in 20'FCL

Origin of Dry Ginger with production


Properties Values & Limits
Ingredients / Content 100% Pure Ginger
Type of Food AD
Color White with Light Yellow
Flavor Strong & Pungent Ginger Flavour
Moisture Max. 10%
Type of Food AD
TPC 65000 CFU/G Max
Mold& Yeast 500 CFU/G Max
Coliform 100 CFU/Max
Foreign Material Absent
Additive Absent
E.Coli Negative
Salmonella Negative

Nutrition Facts

  • Serving Size: 100gm
  • Amounts per servings
  • Calories 335
  • % Daily Values*
  • Total Fat 4.2 g
  • Saturated fat 2.6 g
  • Sodium 27 mg
  • Total Carbohydrate 72 g
  • Dietary fiber 14 g
  • Sugar 3.4 g
  • Protein 9 g
  • Vitamin A
    Vitamin C
  • Calcium
  • *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 Calorie diet.

Facts on Dry Ginger

  • Maintains Normal Blood Circulation. Ginger contains chromium, magnesium and zinc which can help to improve blood flow, as well as help prevent chills, fever, and excessive sweat.
  • Remedies Motion Sickness. Ginger is a known effective remedy for the nausea associated with motion sickness. The exact reason is unknown, but in a study of naval cadets, those given ginger powder suffered less.
  • Improves absorption. Ginger improves the absorption and stimulation of essential nutrients in the body. It does this by stimulating gastric and pancreatic enzyme secretion.
  • Cold and Flu Prevention. Ginger has been used for thousands of years as a natural treatment for colds and flu around Asia. The University of Maryland Medical Center states that to treat cold and flu symptoms in adults, steep 2 tbsp. of freshly shredded or chopped ginger root in hot water, two to three times a day.
  • Combats Stomach Discomfort. Ginger is ideal in assisting digestion, thereby improving food.