Consumer demand for culinary and wellness botanicals are on the rise. There are many advantages of our Eco-Pouch herbs and spices for you and your customers:
✔ Available in single pouches or save 5% when you buy a case of 6.
✔ Eco-friendly packaging made from recyclable materials with clog-resistant re-sealable zipper closure. Learn about how to recycle your Eco-Pouches under 'Additional Information' below.
✔ Safe, economical, and convenient alternative to bulk bins in retail stores.
✔ Pre-packaged bags make for easy grab-n-go purchases vs the time-consuming process of filling, sealing and labeling a bulk bin bag.
✔ Eco-Pouch bags are opaque to protect herbs and spices from light degradation.
✔ High quality assurance & ethical sourcing. No-ETO and Non-Irradiated.
Learn more about our Certified Organic Ginger Root:
Like its cousin turmeric, ginger is a member of the Zingiberaceae family. It's most at home in tropical climates and is grown in the Southern hemispheres. Ginger originated in tropical Asia and is now widely grown in the Caribbean and East Africa.
Our certified organic Ginger is an all-around all-star in everything from Asian dishes to herbal teas. It adds a sweet and slightly spicy note to noodle dishes, soups, and even baking recipes. Infuse it in tea for an extra soothing sip.
Stir fries offer an excellent way to incorporate Ginger Root into your recipes. Your favorite thinly sliced meat gets cooked first in hot oil, and then sliced vegetables, with the thicker or tougher ones cooked longer and the more delicate ones cooked shorter. At the vegetable cooking stage, you can add Ginger to flavor the dish, or incorporate it into any sauce used to dress the dish.
Barbecue sauces benefit from the addition of a little bit of ginger. Other sauces, such as sugar syrups, can be used for poaching fruit such as pears, and Ginger makes a lovely addition to complement the fruit flavors. Mayonnaise can be seasoned with a pinch of ginger, making it a wonderful and flavorful condiment to use with burgers.
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