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Ginger Peeled
  • Fresh Frozen Ginger Root Peeled
  • Fresh Frozen Ginger Root Peeled
Fresh Frozen Ginger Root Peeled
Item Code: GT1020
Port: Qingdao
Payment: L/C, D/P
Color: Slightly Yellow
Lead Time: 2-3 weeks from order confirmation
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Fresh Frozen Ginger Root Peeled

Specification

 Process Method  IQF, Peeled
 Size  Whole, Peeled
 Brand  Greentree or OEM
 Crop Season  Sep-Nov
 Package  20x500g,10x1kg/ctn,6x2.5lbs/ctn or as per the clients' requirements
 Shelf Life  2 years
 Certificates  HACCP, ISO, BRC, KOSHER, Non-GMO etc.
 Exported Market  EU,North America,Russia,Middle East, Asian,etc

Description

Frozen Ginger Peeled is prepared from safe and fresh raw ginger plant then through washing, cleaning, sorting, peeling, and are freezing in accordance with good manufacturing procedure (GMP) and HACCP, ISO, HALAL, BRC system, packaging and storage under conditions of stringent hygiene.

Features

IQF Ginger Peeled, which peeled from fresh ginger root, well trimmed, with aromatic flavor, the flesh with yellow to golden, free from mold, decay and from damage caused by dirt or staining, cuts, sprouts, tops, roots, disease, insects, or mechanical or other means., preserves fresh-picked flavor in high quality and 100% natural.

Ginger Nutrition Facts and Benefits

Ginger Raw Nutrition Facts

Ginger has pungent, spicy and aromatic smell that comes from essential oils and phenolic compounds such as gingerols and shogaols in the root. Raw ginger root is used as an herb or flavor as a spice and not as a nutritional supplement. Consuming ginger limit nausea and motion sickness and help treat arthritis by decreasing inflammation. Ginger is a stimulating herb, drinking a hot ginger tea can increase cardiovascular circulation and rush warmth to the body. This is especially helpful if you suffer from a cold or have poor circulation in the hands and feet. Ginger is a common ingredient in Asian. However, ginger has been used for its medicinal properties for centuries among many cultures.

1) Indigestion and Nausea: Ginger has a long history of use as curing a simple tummy ache or severe morning sickness and sea sickness remedy. Ginger helps people who are bloated, constipated and have other gastrointestinal disorders. Which relaxes the smooth muscle in your gut lining and helps food move along throughout the system. Ginger helps promote regular digestion and metabolism of your food and is largely responsible for promoting a strong immune system.

2) Boost Immunity and Improve Breathing: Ginger is so effective at warming the body, it can help break down the accumulation of toxins in your organs. It’s also known to cleanse the lymphatic system, our body’s sewage system. Combining ginger oil and eucalyptus oil is an effective remedy to boost immunity and improve breathing.

3) Anti-microbial Properties: Studies suggest that zingerone, a chemical compound which gives pungent character to the ginger root, is effective against E.coli, Salmonella typhimurium, Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pyogenes induced diarrhea, especially in children.

4) Reduce Muscle Pain and Soreness: Ginger has been shown to be effective against exercise-induced muscle pain, but ginger does not have an immediate impact, the effective at reducing the day-to-day progression of muscle pain.

5) Anti-inflammatory Properties: Study found that people who took ginger extract had less pain and required less pain medication.

6) Prevent Cancer: Ginger contains a substance called 6-gingerol, which may have protective effects against cancer. However, this needs to be studied a lot more.

7) Improve Brain Function: Studies suggest that the antioxidants and bioactive compounds in ginger can protect against age-related damage to the brain.

How to Select and Store Ginger

Fresh ginger roots should feature heavy in hand, stout, juicy, has grey-yellow peel and free from dark spots or mold, tubers should be firm. Length is a sign of maturity, and mature rhizomes will be hotter and more fibrous. Avoid those with wrinkled flesh, as this is an indication of aged ginger past its prime. 

Fresh, unpeeled root should be wrapped in paper towels, placed in a plastic bag and refrigerated up to three weeks. It can also be tightly wrapped and frozen up to two months. 

How to Use Ginger

Fresh ginger roots should feature heavy in hand, stout, juicy, has grey-yellow peel and free from dark spots or mold, tubers should be firm. Length is a sign of maturity, and mature rhizomes will be hotter and more fibrous. Avoid those with wrinkled flesh, as this is an indication of aged ginger past its prime. 

Fresh, unpeeled root should be wrapped in paper towels, placed in a plastic bag and refrigerated up to three weeks. It can also be tightly wrapped and frozen up to two months. 

Shipment

All year around 

Stored and Transport

Best Before : 2 years



Cleanly stored and transported at or under temperature of -18℃. Consume immediately once defrosted.

Microbilogical Standard

Total Plate Count(TPC)          <100000cfu/g                            E.coli                                   Negative                          Coliform                               <100cfu/g                                  Yeast                                  <200cfu/g                        Mould                               <100cfu/g                              Staphylococcus aureus         Negative                       Salmonella                            Absent/25g                                Listeria                                 Absent/25g

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