Organic ginger concentrate | 200 ml
Are you ready for a sharp experience? Our 99 % ginger shot will heat you up.
- Naturally spicy
- No added sugar
- Without dyes and preservatives
- Rich in Vitamin C
incl. VAT plus shipping
Delivery time approx. 5 working days
Everything at a glance
Our ginger shot consists of 99.9% ginger and is refined with a dash of lemon. The taste is characterized by its pleasant natural pungency.
Ginger belongs to the family of the same name. The root comes originally from China. Nowadays it is mainly cultivated in Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Nigeria and Japan. Ginger is a rhizome. This means that it grows underground. It is cultivated in spring and harvested at different times depending on its intended use. If it is sold fresh, it is harvested after a few months because the ginger is still very tender. If ginger is dried and processed into spices, it is not harvested until the leaves of the plant have already died.
Ginger is rich in vitamin C and also contains magnesium, calcium and iron. Because of its ingredients, ginger has a reputation for boosting your metabolism and being antibacterial, antiemetic and virustatic. Therefore it is recommended to take a shot every day, especially if you have a cold. This corresponds to about 50ml.
You can drink our ginger shot perfectly in the morning or in between. You can also use it to give your tea or cocktail a natural spiciness.
|Energy (in kj/kcal)||29 / 7|
|thereof saturated fatty acids||0 g|
|thereof sugar||0,8 g|
|Dietary fibre||0 g|
|Origin||Ginger: China Production: The Netherlands|
|Shipment||Delivery time outside of Germany|
|Company||KoRo Handels GmbH |
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
|Storing||After opening, refrigerated for 2 weeks|
|Ingredients||99.1% ginger juice, 0.9% lemon juice concentrate|
|Cross-contamination||No allergens according to EU Regulation 1169/2011.|
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Why is the price fluctuating?Most annual product crops have an impact on the relationship between supply and demand in the market. In the event of a bad harvest, we must also pay a higher price for raw materials. Due to the strong impact of external factors such as wind, weather, climate and natural events on the harvest, we are refusing long-term cross-harvest contracts with our producers.
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