Supplier of Pink Peppercorn of Madagascar
Supplier of Pink Peppercorn of Madagascar
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PINK PEPPERCORN

FIND SUPPLIER OF PINK PEPPERCORN IN MADAGASCAR

Pink Peppercorn supplier in Madagascar.

MadaMarket Export is a Pink Peppercorn supplier since many years.

Currently, pink peppercorn are newly popular spices. Along with the essential oil used in perfumery, phytotherapy and medicine. Its quality depends on several factors such as the harvest period, the ripening of the berries, the sorting and especially the drying..

At glance, the color immediately attracts. Pink peppercorn supplier sort by hand to ensure a consistent quality. It takes for a worker one day to sort at mot 400 grams of Pink Peppercorn Grade A. A higher sugar level and grains in saturation of aromas.  Fruity on taste, sweet berries with sweet notes of star anise and pepper. Color highlights sauces and dishes of white and beige colors.

Our selection lets you understand the interest of buying a quality before looking at the price. To make a difference, you only need to compare two references. You will discover a quality “old, old-fashioned” and you will not hesitate to use these berries in your dishes.

Pink Peppercorn supplier harvest period

When they grow, the pink peppercorn form small clusters of white flowers, they become only bright red before harvest. Their name comes their resemblance to real peppercorns in size and shape.

We process our pink peppercorn in a natural way without any chemical additives. We manually sort them and grade in two grades : grade 1 and grade 2.

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In Bongolava, Ankadinondry Sakay’s region, pink peppercorn supplier production increases each year.

Since 2010, production started at 5 tons. It increased up to 20 tons in 2014. Farmers aim at producing around 30 tons in the year 2018.

Despite this continuous increase in production, pink peppercorn supply struggles to meet demand. The pink peppercorn supplier community still try to find a way to improve their quality. Out of 10 tons of products, only 6 kg, less than 0.1%, belongs to Grade 1,”

Currently, Europe and Japan figure among the top importers of pink peppercorn from Madagascar. However, with a production of almost 30 tons, producers need higher production volume to meet the needs of 200 tons required. This requires even more effort for the cooperative and pink peppercorn supplier to meet the demands. And especially, to comply with the standards required by the local or international markets.

Export Documents You Receive

We can deliver whatever your destination country. We offer Premium Grades for Europe and Canada.

  • Commercial Invoice

  • Packing List

  • Bills of lading

  • Phytosanitary certificate

  • Certificate of origin

  • Quality and weight certificate

  • Fumigation certificate

Madagascar Pink Peppercorn Offer  
Grade 1Grade 2Grade 3
We manually select the most beautiful baysSorting and strict manual calibrationFlattened berries after sorting and seized, for crushing or extraction
Packaged in boxes of 5 KgPackaged in boxes of 5 KgPackaged in boxes of 20 Kg
Fruity, sweet and peppery tasteFruity, sweet and peppery tasteFruity, sweet and peppery taste

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    To improve the Malagasy economy, various organizations and promoters work since 1992 for the development of the cultivation and exploitation of spice plants and essential oils. In addition, internationally, this market has gained new momentum.

    Madagascar was among the countries producing spices such pink peppercorn and essential oils. However, the international market fluctuates a lot, so from 1984 to 1989, the price of pepper kept decreasing from $ 6500 to $ 4100 and its export followed this fall. In view of this situation, a diversification of our products would be an asset and a means of competing with market demand. Indeed, the pink peppercorn could be taken as an example among so many other possibilities of diversification. Although introduced plant, the climate of Madagascar allows its installation well.

     

    Pink Peppercorn Supplier

    Pink Peppercorn native to Reunion Island and South America

     

    The pink peppercorn or “Schinus terebenthifolius”, is in the family of Anacardiaceae. It is a tree that can reach 5 to 6m in height, native to Central and South America in the Chaco region of Peru. We can also find pink peppercorn spontaneously in the coastal thickets of Reunion Island. Hence, its name “Poivre de Bourbon” or “Christams berry tree” in Florida. Various names have been attributed to this plant such as “False Pepper”, “Red Pepper”, “China Coffee”, etc. In fact, the expression pink berry was now used along with the bourbon origin. In English, these fruits are called “Pink peppercorn”.
    The fruits are berry-shaped, green in color which turns pink at the harvest stage and changes to red at the end of ripening. The berries have a slightly sweet flavor and a peppery smell.
    Pink peppercorn are relatively easy to grow on well-drained soils.

     

    How and when are Pink peppercorn harvested ?

     

    Harvest :
    The pink peppercorn harvest is done during the dry season, if it rains, we stop the operation.

    Destemming:
    The harvest is done by bunch. At harvest, the proportion of pink peppercorn berries maturity on a cluster is as follows:
    – 50% in the lower part consists of red grains
    – 25% in the middle by grains that are still green but already mature
    – and the 25% in the apical part by unripe green grains.

    The post-harvest treatment itself:
    The treatment of the pink berries is carried out at two levels because of the fragility of these fruits:
    1st level is located on the plantation itself
    2nd level is located at the packing station.

    How is the pink peppercorn drying ?

    After harvesting, the bunches are dried in shade shelters with direct sunburn for 12 hours for 02 days. The bunches are spread out to a thickness of 10cm. They should be reversed every 2 to 3 hours. Another method of pre drying was carried out with wire suspended for all the bunches for more than 02 days in the shade.

    How is the pink peppercorn grained ?

    Graining :
    The graining of the pink peppercorn is done by hand to remove the red grains intended for the 1st quality of the pink berries. These red beans should be weighed and dried on the shelves. The rest was stored in bins in the hangar in the shade. After 3 days, the 25% in the middle part will turn red, and the rest will already be the sorting gap. It’s already a pre sorting.

    The shelves filled with pink peppercorn or pink berries (approximately 4kg / shelves) will be transferred by vans to the packing station.

     

    How is the pink peppercorn sorted and packed ?

    Drying itself:

    A kerosene dryer was used with a temperature of 60 ° C for 02 hours. The shelves are placed in the dryer. Every 15 minutes, they must be turned over.

    Sorting:

    The pink peppercorn are manually sorted done manually by women with valves wrapped in woolen fabrics and bird feathers. Grains with tail (part of the peduncle), grains with breaks and various particles are removed. After sorting, the selected grains are spread out in shelves to be dried again for 1 hour at 60 ° C and cooled for 30 minutes.
    Packaging:

    The pink peppercorn are immediately packaged in plastic bags hermetically sealed by a heat sealer. They are put in a box containing 12kg of fruit or 6 plastic bags of 2kg.

     

    How is the pink peppercorn processed ?

    It is important to note the percentage of seed maturation on each tree. If the bunch reaches 50% of the pink peppercorn berries, we can start harvesting. In the case of the east coast of Madagascar, the start of ripening is in mid-April. This situation brings us to a harvest spread out until June. A woman can harvest 4 to 6 kg gross per day.
    – Harvesting of pink berries requires the installation of baskets, small secateurs, metal sieve shelves, shade shelters, sheds with for storage and above all a lot of labor.
    – The red color of pink peppercorn is related to the microclimate of the Tamatave region (Madagascar).
    – Drying is an essential step for the post-harvest treatment of the pink berries. This will require the installation of a shed in the plantation to avoid bad weather (drying in the shade).

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