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Ginger is a herbaceous plant that has so many benefits that it is often used as a supplement. Do you want to try it?

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The benefits of ginger are many: it is anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, benefits the digestive system and reduces blood sugar levels.

Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties it is also suitable for those suffering from osteoarthritis as it can relieve their symptoms.

Ginger is also an excellent remedy for those suffering from vomiting and nausea.

For all its excellent properties, it is often used in the composition of dietary supplements.

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Ginger

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CHARACTERISTICS

OF THE GINGER

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Nutritional values

- Energy value: 80 kcal

- Carbohydrates: 17.77 gr

- Fats: 0.75 gr

- Proteins: 1.82 gr

HOW TO STORE

GINGER

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There are several tips to store ginger to the best.

 

A suggestion is to store it in a cool, dry place inside a paper bag to store its moisture. If this condition is not possible, the alternative is to store it in the fridge.

 

It is also possible to freeze the ginger and eat it within two months without its flavor altering.

 

Another way to store ginger is by soaking it in lemon juice or vinegar but this could change its flavor.

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Ginger pulp can be consumed in different ways both for sweet dishes, such as ginger biscuits, and for marinating meat.

 

This root is also widely used in infusions.

 

In eastern countries, marinated ginger is often used to accompany dishes such as sushi and sashimi.

HOW TO CONSUME

GINGER

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Ginger is a root of ancient origins, in fact, it is believed to have been introduced to the west countries by Alessandro Magno after his travels in eastern countries.

 

According to some theories, this root was often seen as an aphrodisiac food, as a solution to ward off plague, or as a lucky charm.

Ginger was also used in rituals and spells.

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The countries from which we import LOLA ginger are mainly Peru, China and Costa Rica.

LOLA ginger arrives at our headquarters after taking a 15 to 30 day trip.

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LOLA ginger is then distributed with personalized packaging to wholesalers, shops, supermarkets, big distribution and fruit and vegetable markets.

Our company controls and tracks every step and ensures that suppliers comply with GlobalGap or EuropeGap protocols and ISO 14001 certification that guarantees the farmer's commitment to a concrete reduction in environmental impact.

 

Our commitment to the Green Economy is also reflected in the use of a photovoltaic system, located on the roofs of warehouses, which is able to power our cold rooms by providing electricity.

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