Ginger export


India is one of the largest producers and exporters of ginger in the world. Ginger is grown in various parts of India, including Kerala, Karnataka, Assam, and Meghalaya. India exports both fresh and dried ginger to several countries.
Indian ginger is known for its pungent flavor, aroma, and high nutritional value. It is a rich source of vitamins, particularly vitamin B6 and vitamin C, and minerals such as calcium and iron.
The export process of ginger from India involves several steps such as cleaning, grading, and packaging. Ginger is usually packed in bags or cartons and transported by sea or air. The export price of ginger from India varies depending on the variety, quality, and destination country.


NutrientsCalories – 80 calories Fiber – 2g Total Carbohydeare 18 g
VitaminsVitamin C and Vitamin B-6
MineralsMagnesium, Potassium, Manganese
Fatlow fat 0.8gm
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