The United States Import Ginger the most – Sign 30

Tuesday, January 17, 2023

We just understand that Ginger plants grow well in the USA when we saw a vendor sold Ginger plants in our city garden.



Fig 01- Ginger plants are sold by a vendor


Ginger with scientific name Zingiber officinate comes from tropical areas, especially Southeast Asia countries such as Philippine, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand.


Then, this spicy plant was brought and domesticated to Indo- Pacific regions, include Hawaii.


Nowadays, we may find Ginger in the states such as California, Florida, Arizona, Texas, Alabama and Louisiana.



Fig 02- Ginger roots, sold in the Walmart


In addition to own production, America imports Ginger the most in the world. Amount of import about 80,000 tons per year, and increase year by year.



Fig 03- The pumpkin, just illustration


The Ginger in the USA market comes from countries such as:

- China

- Brazil

- and Peru.



Fig 04- Ginger plants for sale


Sure, Ginger is one of popular ingredients for many American foods, just few examples are cookies, pies (apple or pumpkins) and curry mixes.


Do you like the Ginger taste?


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18 comments:

  1. Thanks for your informative sharing:)

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  2. I love fresh ginger. Good medicine for a sore throat too!

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  3. I love ginger. It's perfect for a sore throat.
    Have a nice day.

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  4. Piękne zdjęcia. Imbir wsadziłam do doniczki i wyrosła z niego duża palma.

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  5. I love ginger
    I use it so much
    Thank you for your post
    Kisses and have a nice day! ♥

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  6. I love fresh ginger. I always boil it to and it makes me feel better when under the weather as well as using it in cooking. I will have to look for a plant to add to my collection.

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  8. I would like to eat more ginger.

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  9. Ginger is the regular component in my diet. It relieves nausea and an appetite enhancer. It cleanses palate. Great in cold climate too

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  10. Nunca lo he utilizado pero por lo que leo veo que es muy bueno, lo compraré para probarlo. Gracias.

    Un abrazo.

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