Black pepper holds a unique space in the average North American home. After all, whereas other spices live tucked away in dark cupboards black pepper proudly stands in shakers and grinders on the kitchen counter or – holiest of holy places – the dining table in nearly every single home and restaurant. It’s the only spice that finds its way into nearly every single dish.

But what exactly is black pepper and where does it come from?
Peppercorns are the fruits of a flowering vine in the Piperaceae family. The green, wide-leafed vines grow long tendrils where cylindrical clusters of the berries ripen. The fruits are small containing a thin skin, very little actual fruit, and a single large seed. The fruits are picked at varying degrees of ripeness depending on the strength and type of pepper desired and then processed accordingly.

The vine is native to India but is grown in nearly every tropical region. Vietnam currently grows and exports the most-black pepper, totalling around 35% of the world’s supply, followed by India, Brazil, China and Sri Lanka. Used in practically every single style of cuisine imaginable pepper is the most traded spice worldwide and makes up 20% of the world’s total spice trade. In fact, the black pepper trade is worth billions of dollars annually!


India Black Pepper Grades and Detailed Specifications

SS Overseas is a name that is Famous for the Finest Quality Black Pepper. We are Directly procuring black peppers form the farmers and Export it to the rest of the world. We offer the Best Natural Black Pepper, which is far famed exotic flavour. Pepper Berries are collected farm fresh and after removing all stones and other foreign particles, they are thoroughly washed in boiling water and dried under controlled conditions, till the moisture is brought down to less than 11%. These Black Peppers are sourced directly from the farmers and raw pepper are graded according to size, garbled, washed and dried as per the requirements of consumers. Our Processors plants based in Madurai and Dindigul and cumbam are powered with the latest machines to Process Bulk Quantities of Black Pepper without compromising on Quality and International Standards.

  1. Tellicherry Black Pepper
  2. Malabar Black Pepper
  3. 1mm-1.5mm Black Pepper
  4. 1.5mm-2mm Black Pepper
  5. 2mm-2.5mm Black Pepper
  6. Light Berries Garbled Black Pepper
  7. Light Berries with Husk Black Pepper