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Fresh ginger is the root of the ginger plant. The characteristic branched root has a strong aroma. Fresh ginger has a beige to light brown skin, the structure can vary from rough to smooth. The fleshy inside has a light yellow colour. Ginger has a strong, tasty flavour and as such it is known as a real flavour enhancer.
The ideal teperature of Ginger

Storage advice

Ginger is kept refrigerated in storage and during transport. The ideal temperature during transport is between 8 and 12 degrees Celsius. At home the ginger needs to be kept out of the fridge.
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Origin Nature's Pride Ginger

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Growing and harvesting

Ginger grows like potatoes in the ground. The grower puts pieces of ginger root in the soil (30 cm deep) and from these roots a plant grows. After 8 months the plant dies and after 10 months the root is harvested by hand. The large fat stumps are cut in a packhouse until smaller branched roots are left. These smaller ginger roots are dried and prepared to be transported to The Netherlands.

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