6 x 125g Whole Black Peppercorns
Use whole in stews, soups and stocks, crush and grind over savoury dishes.
- Current stock Best Before End 2019
Naturally contains piperine
Whole peppercorns to retain flavour
Organic and Fair Trade
The 'King of Spices’
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Why Fair Trade?
1. Where do Peppercorns Come from?
Peppercorns are from a flowering vine, native to India and
Southeast Asia. Lucy Bee Whole Black Peppercorns are from
2. Are Peppercorns a Spice?
Yes, they are a spice.
3. How Do Peppercorns Grow?
Peppercorns grow on a flowering vine. The fruit or drupe (a fruit
with a single seed in the middle) is dried. This is a peppercorn,
as we know it.
4. What are Cracked Peppercorns?
Cracked peppercorns are peppercorns which have been
5. How to Crack Black Peppercorns?
To crack black peppercorns, add to a pepper grinder and grind
6. What Makes Black Pepper Spicy?
Black pepper contains piperine which gives it its spice.
7. Is Black Pepper a Fruit?
Black pepper is a flowering vine and is cultivated for its fruit.
8. Are Peppercorns Seeds?
Yes, they are. They grow on a flowering vine and when fully
mature the fruit or drupe contains a single seed.
100% Organic Black Peppercorns
Typical Values Per 100g
Energy (kj) 1050
Energy (kcal) 251
of which Saturates 1.4g
of which Sugars 0.6g
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