White pepper is a spice produced from the same fruit as black pepper, the famous “black gold”. The divergence between white pepper and black pepper is because of the difference in processing, which begins when the peppercorns are picked. White pepper is from the fully ripen peppercorns on the pepper plant, while black pepper is made from unripe green peppercorns. The fully ripened peppercorns are soaked in water for several days to allow the outer layer to detach easily and then dried to get the clean white pepper. This spice has a hot pungent flavour, but it is more serene & simple compared to black pepper. Bosorganics is able to collect high export quality white pepper directly from the farmers because of our approach to them and the knowledge we impart to them about new technological advances and various organic methods to improve the yield. Our flawless storage is the guarantee of our promise of exporting the top-notch quality white pepper with full flavour and aroma.
White pepper is widely used in white or light-coloured dishes and sauces that require the taste of pepper but can’t bear the black flakes. Like black pepper, white pepper is also well-known for its medicinal properties. This precious spice may help in preventing colon cancer and can speed up digestion as the fibre content triggers the secretion of gastric juices. This spice is a rich reservoir of manganese, which in turn is advantageous to boost immunity and energy. The routine intake of white pepper can improve your bone strength and protect your heart from cardiovascular disease. This white little spice is simply equivalent to a box of medicines having a cure from simple fever to chronic diseases.
Although white pepper lacks some components due to the removal of the outer skin, it is rich in flavonoids, vitamins, and minerals. The piperine chemical in white pepper acts as an analgesic and anti-inflammatory. In aromatherapy, white pepper essential oil also found its place. The low production and the need for more processing make white pepper more expensive than black pepper. Indonesia became the world’s largest white pepper producing country and exporter by converting 50 per cent of its pepper production into white.