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Ginger Powder Organic A unique spice that pairs with almost everything


Origin: India

Our organic ginger powder will bring a warm, slightly floral, and spicy aroma and flavour to your dishes. Use it to bring depth in spice blends, both sweet and savoury recipes, and hot beverages.

Available for shipping everywhere in the Netherlands or local pickup.


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About Ginger Powder Organic

Ginger was one of the first Asian spices to reach Europe from around 4th century BCE, when Arab traders, transported dried and preserved ginger to ancient Greece and Rome. Ginger is native to tropical Asia, possible India. Today it is mainly cultivated on India’s Malabar Coast, which produces 50% of the world’s fresh crop, and throughout tropical and subtropical Asia, parts of Africa, Jamaica, Mexica, North America and Peru.

The Greeks prescribed it for stomach complaints, and the Romans used it in sauces and to make automatic salt. By the 9th century CE, dried ginger was regarded as an everyday condiment in Europe. It was widely used in savory and sweet cooking (notably gingerbread), and flavoring of beer and ale.

The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) says there is some scientific evidence that it can help with pregnancy-related nausea and vomiting, and can help control nausea caused by cancer chemotherapy when used with conventional anti-nausea medication.

Storage and shelf life

Store ground ginger in a cool, dry, airtight container, away from the sunlight and heat.

When stored properly, it will retain flavor and potency for up to 1 year.

Shipping and delivery

The product is available for delivery and pick up from our store in de Pijp.

The product is delivered in recycled paper bags.

Nutricional information

Ingredients: ground ginger root

Allergens: No known allergens

How to use

Ginger has a hot-spice, citrusy, woody taste. The dried form has a stronger, more aromatic flavor that fresh ginger and is commonly used in baking and in spice blends. Do not use ground ginger in place of the fresh one, as it has different flavoring profile. When fresh ginger is dried, its heat pungency increases and a fifth of the flavor molecules evaporate.

Add dried ginger to stews, soups, curries, casseroles. It is best to add it when the dish is almost completed so you don’t overcook it and it loses its flavor as a result. If you are making something that is quite dry, dissolve the powder in warm water or another liquid to make sure it gets evenly distributed in the dish. It is widely used in baked or cooked desserts; stewed fruits, apple crumble, fruit cakes, gingerbread or puddings. You can also use it to spice up homemade pancakes and waffles.

Flavor Pairings

Chilies, coconut, coconut milk, garlic, lime, spring onion, honey, lemon, apples, blueberries, peaches.
Tasty & fresh
We’ve selected our product due to the strong quality control process of our supplier and their relationship with their producers. We are confident in the high quality of the product evident from the taste, smell and coloring. The product is not irradiated and do not contain any ingredient or additive derived from or produced using GMOs or their derivatives. We always try each batch for freshness and taste as soon as they arrive to our store to ensure that meets our standards.

Ginger plant thrives best in warm and humid climates and is mainly cultivated to tropical regions and especially India.

Our impact
We buy in bulk from our supplier to reduce packaging and carbon footprint from transportation. We offer the product in reusable or recyclable packaging.

The product is certified organic by Ecocert in France (FR-BIO-01).

Producer's impact
Our supplier has maintained a policy of fairness, caring about the environmental aspects of their business as well as its social and economic aspects. This product come from responsible sources and is certified by Ecocert as organic agriculture. They also have ensured their producer conducts business respectfully, has transparent chains, produces climate neutrally, uses renewable packaging and shows social commitment.