Kampot Pepper – Trio Black Red and White – Ecocert certified
30.00 $ – 55.00 $
Kampot Pepper / Set of three: black, red and white.
Kampot Pepper is a spice from a tropical vine, Piper nigrum. It is grown in the provinces of Kampot and Kep in Cambodia. This is the first Cambodian agricultural product to have received a PGI (protected geographical indication), which was issued on April 2, 2010. The protected geographical indication allows it to benefit from a protected label in countries recognizing this indication.
Please note that the 100g. is sold in a vacuum packaging and a box. The 50g. is sold in a vacuum packaging.
*** Make sure to buy real Kampot Pepper. Look for the logos of the Kampot Pepper Promotion Association and Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) of Cambodia on the packaging. ***
- Vacuum sealed for freshness
- Premium Grade
- 100% sun-dried
- Harvested and sorted by hand
- Ecocert – 100% traceability
- Without chemical fertilizers and pesticides
- Protected Geographical Indication (PGI)
- Fair Trade
Starling Farm is a cambodian family owned plantation located in the heart of the world’s premier pepper growing region, Kampot Province, Kingdom of Cambodia. In 2002, Anna Him began to clear the land that would become Starling Farm.
We started with nothing. The Khmer Rouge just wanted to grow rice, explains the businesswoman. They destroyed all the pepper plants. We found some wild plants and we got a few from farmers in the area and replanted them.
Now over fifty people work at Starling Farm in various capacities from pepper specialists, farm labour, pepper sorting and advanced production techniques, and not forgetting the office and shop in Phnom Penh where they handle and package all international orders.