Fresh Ginger and Sun-Dried Split Ginger
Ginger is a flowering plant whose rhizome, ginger root, or simply ginger, is widely used as a spice or medicine. It is usually harvested as fresh ginger and then can be processed. Nigeria is the leading producer of ginger in Africa and the fourth largest producer in the world.
Ginger from Nigeria is extremely tasteful. Our products are renowned for its pungency and high levels of oleoresin oil, which provide added flavours to food.
Enricher Cooperative Society Limited export the following categories of ginger products:
Sun Dried Split Ginger:
Sun dried split ginger is the most exported type of ginger from Nigeria. At Enricher, our ginger is usually sun dried to boost the shelf life so it can be exported to any country around the world on a long voyage and for further storage. As a result, majority of the ginger we export are the sun dried split type ginger.
Enricher also export the Fresh ginger but in a lesser quantity when compares with the sun dried split ginger. Fresh ginger refers to the newly harvested roots straight from the farm. Because of its short shelf life, fresh ginger needs to be shipped as soon as it is harvested, else, it would have to be dried before export.
We also further process and grind the dry split ginger into granules to produce the ,Ginger powder. Enricher is also a major supplier and exporters of this ginger derivatives from Nigeria.
At Enricher, we supply these products from Nigeria to any part of the globe – Asia, Middle East, Europe, North America, South America and other African countries.
Our Ginger Trade Specification
Type: Fresh & Dry Split Ginger
Physical Specification: Based On Buyer’s Specification
Price: Negotiable per Metric Tonne
Trial Order: 12 Metric Tonnes
Quantity: Based On Buyer’s Specification
Trade Process: FOB/CIF
Payment Method: 100% irrevocable & Confirmed L/C at sight
Shipping Time: 15 to 30 days after confirmation of L/C
Loading Port: Lagos, Nigeria
Type: FAQ & ASTA
Impurities: Maximum of 2%
Moisture: Maximum of 10%
Drying Process: Sun-dried
Inspection: SGS/Bureau Veritas
Expected Shipping Documents
– Bill of Lading
– Certificate of Origin
– Phytosanitary Certificate
– Packing List
– Commercial Invoice
– Fumigation Certificate
– SGS/Bureau Veritas Inspection Certificate