GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Expensive Pepper

The most expensive pepper variety, the Komodo Dragon pepper, can cost up to $4,000 per pound.

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"The production of Kampot pepper is limited to around 70 tons per year."

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"The Kampot Pepper Promotion Association (KPPA) ensures quality and standards of the exported pepper."

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"Kampot pepper has been designated with Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status."

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"Chefs value Kampot pepper for its complex flavor profile, making it a popular ingredient in gourmet cuisine."

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"Kampot pepper was nearly decimated during the Cambodian Civil War and the Khmer Rouge regime."

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"Black Kampot pepper has a floral and eucalyptus note, distinct among black peppers."

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"The French colonialists introduced Kampot pepper cultivation techniques in the 19th century."

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"Kampot pepper attracts culinary tourists to Cambodia, contributing significantly to local tourism."

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"Kampot pepper farms often practice organic farming methods without chemical pesticides."

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"The most expensive pepper in the world is Kampot pepper from Cambodia."

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"Kampot pepper's high price is also driven by the labor-intensive process of hand-harvesting and sorting the peppers."

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"Kampot pepper received its PGI status in 2010 from the European Union."

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"The distinct taste of Kampot pepper is attributed to the unique microclimate of the Kampot region."

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"The GI status of Kampot pepper helps to safeguard the local farmer's income from cheap imitations."

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"After its revival, Kampot pepper gained popularity in high-end European restaurants."

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"White Kampot pepper can cost over $120 per kilogram, making it the most expensive variant."

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"Kampot pepper can sell for up to $50 per kilogram."

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"Kampot pepper is often exported to over 30 countries around the world."

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"Kampot pepper farmers use sustainable farming practices, focusing on environmental preservation."

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"Red Kampot pepper undergoes a longer ripening process and is known for its sweet and fruity taste."

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