Stem Ginger in Syrup
Tender & least fibrous part of the ginger root
Cooked in a sugar & water syrup
Packed in the same syrup.
Consistency of a canned peach or canned pear
Packed for the appropriate market
Co - packer
|Item #||Item Description||Size||Packing||Pack Count|
|*||Crystallized Ginger||2-5mm Dices||Bulk 11lb.||4×11 lb. Cartons|
|21003-K||Crystallized Ginger||3-6mm Dices||Bulk 11lb.||4×11 lb. Cartons|
|21005||Crystallized Ginger||6-8mm Dices||Bulk 11lb.||4×11 lb. Cartons|
|21007||Crystallized Ginger||8-12mm Dices||Bulk 11lb.||4×11 lb. Cartons|
|21004-K||Crystallized Ginger||12-20mm Cubes||Bulk 11lb.||4×11 lb. Cartons|
|*||Crystallized Ginger Bars||8x8x38/42mm Bars||Bulk 11lb.||4×11 lb. Cartons|
|21006-K||Crystallized Ginger||3-6mm Dices||4oz Bag||24 Bags|
|21002-K||Crystallized Ginger||12-20mm Cubes||8oz Bag||18 Bags|
|*||Crystallized Ginger||Irregular slices (natural cut)||Bulk 11lb.||4×11 lb. Cartons|
|*||Crystallized Ginger||Medallions||Bulk 11lb.||4×11 lb. Cartons|
|*Available on a Pruchase Order Basis|
|Additional sizes available.|
|Item #||Item Description||Size||Packing|
|*||Stem Ginger Shavings||1-5mm Dices||13.5kg Pail|
|3140||Stem Ginger Shavings||3-6mm Dices||13.5kg Pail|
|*||Stem Ginger Shavings||5-8mm Dices||13.5kg Pail|
|*||Stem Ginger Shavings||8-12mm Dices||13.5kg Pail|
|*||Stem Ginger Shavings||3-30mm Dices||13.5kg Pail|
|*||Stem Ginger Shavings||6-30mm Dices||13.5kg Pail|
|*||Stem Ginger Cubes||12-20mm Cubes||13.5kg Pail|
|*||Stem Ginger Balls||30/35pcs per lb.||13.5kg Pail|
|*||Stem Ginger Balls||60/70pcs per lb.||13.5kg Pail|
|3135||Stem Ginger In Syrup||½”- ¾” Balls||9oz Jars**|
|*||Stem Ginger Bars in Syrup||8x8x38-42mm Bars||13.5kg Pail|
|*||Stem Ginger Pulp||Minced||13.5kg Pail|
|*||Ginger Syrup||Liquid||13.5kg Pail|
|* Available on a Purchase Order basis|
|** Pack Count 24 Jars (4×6)|
|Additional sizes available.|
Ginger or ginger root is the rhizome of the plant Zingiber officinale and is considered to be a delicacy, medicine or spice. The ginger plant produces clusters of white and pink flower buds that bloom into yellow flowers. These attractive plants are even used as landscaping around tropical homes.
Traditionally, the root is gathered when the stalk withers. It is immediately scaled or washed and scraped to prevent sprouting.
Ginger produces a hot, fragrant kitchen spice. Younger ginger roots are juicy and fleshy with a mild taste and are pickled, steeped in boiling water to make tea, or made into candy. Candied ginger or crystallized ginger is the root cooked in a sugar syrup until soft.
Ginger as an herb or spice is used around the world as an ingredient: Indian cuisine uses ginger as a key ingredient in thicker gravies and many other dishes; ginger is pickled in Japan for sushi; Korean kimchi uses finely minced ginger or juiced ginger; in the Caribbean ginger is used as a spice for Jamaican ginger cake and ginger beer; France produces Canton a ginger flavored liquor; Western cuisine typically uses the sweet ginger as ginger ale, gingerbreads, cookies, desserts, syrups and chutneys; and ginger tea is enjoyed in most countries around the world.