agricultural sector produces about a thousand tonnes
of Ginger each year .
grows extensively in the North especially in the mountains.
Thai people, at large, are proficient in producing agriculture
with about 90 % produced by the hill tribes who account
for less than 10% of the population. (This
company ensures that the Hill Tribes are paid a fair
wage for their work)
The ginger grows best in recently cleared areas area
where export quality ginger is produced.
This high quality Ginger requires skillfull preparation
and a high degree of proficiency
by the farmer's responsible gained through generations
of valuable experience. The Ginger is then transported
from the farm to factory where they are cleaned and
Ginger is fully grown it must have a dry flower and
be free from disease. to ensure this they must be carefully
looked after and monitored from the time
they are planted until they are dug up from the ground.
Ginger grows in long furrows.
Carefully following these furrows and carefully digging
will decrease damage to the root.
the Ginger Root makes it easier to remove. It can be
broken into manageable sections that are easy to lift
from the earth.
Ginger should weigh atleast 3kg.
the Ginger is taken from the ground it is placed into
palstic containers to ensure they remain fresh for a
maximum length of time.
It also ensures that the Ginger doesn't diminish in
weight (while transaportation to cool storage)
cleaning the ginger with water it is blended with a fungus
protection liquor and then the skin is waxed so the ginger
will not lose weight or begin to rot.
Ginger from Thailand is noticably distinguishable from
other ginger by its plumpness, roundness and by the joints
that are not too long.
when ginger get dry so take ginger to polish and take
off skin brown dry will make ginger look nice skin same
as Gold we call Gold Ginger .
after that have to Packing in caton most commonly have
packing about 13 kg./10 kg./5 kg so up to customer order
When the Ginger has dried it is peeled and polished
so as to make the golden coloured ginger known as Gold
Ginger. Once that is complete, ginger is then packaged
into cartons of 5, 10 or 13 kg or what ever the customer
produce is then ready for export and takes
about 25-30 days to be shipped to Europe.
The duration taken to reach the airport or port for export
is also kept to the minimum so that quality and freshness