DAILY PRICES 17-05-2021

Sources USD/MT   %
Lampung Black Pepper 3961.00 100.00%
Muntok White Pepper 6906.00 100.00%
Brazil Black Pepper ASTA 570 3925.00 1.27%
Malaysia - Black Pepper Kuching ASTA 4800.00 100.00%
Malaysia - White Pepper ASTA 6500.00 100.00%
Viet Nam - Black Pepper 500g/l 3645.00 1.37%
Viet Nam - Black Pepper 550g/l 3685.00 1.36%
Vietnam - White Pepper 5389.00 1.09%

KEY PROJECTS

International Pepper Conference

International Pepper Conference

An annual international platform where top names of the industry convene.

Mobile App for Farmers

Mobile App for Farmers

An interactive mobile app to assist farmers in pepper cultivation equipped with market linkage

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Crop Report Analytics

Crop Report Analytics

A Visual tool to analyse the trend in production, exports, consumption, price movements, etc

  
Rejection Reports

Rejection Reports

Compilation of Rejections/Alert on pepper Consignments to the US and EU

  
DIREX: Country Regulations

DIREX: Country Regulations

A database of regulations followed by importing countries

  
Training Videos

Training Videos

Series of step-by-step training videos of pepper cultivation for farmers

  
Research & Dvpt. Product

Research & Dvpt. Product

Compilation of Research and Development products of IPC member countries to enhance pepper cultivation.

  
Recipes for Immunity

Recipes for Immunity

Top recipes from around the world that use black pepper and can improve your immunity

  
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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

Dear International Pepper Community Family,

As the new Executive Director of the International Pepper Community, I believe that we are only as strong as the organization we keep and I can say with confidence that we are surrounded by the best people with the biggest hearts in the global pepper industry.

I recognize that the IPC holds a very important role as a Community organizer of the global pepper industry and it's a responsibility that I don't take lightly. My goal is to preserve and build upon the incredible, 49-year-old legacy that this organization has while simultaneously looking toward the future of the pepper industry with growth in mind. Luckily, we have the right people on our side. We have enthusiastic, committed member countries and stakeholders, a knowledgeable and passionate IPC team with decades of experience between them and a Community full of pepper exporters and researchers who never fail to say 'yes'.

Our IPC goal is to utilize each precious dollar and time wisely to achieve the greater good of measured, impactful social change for the betterment of the global pepper industry. No matter how our organization continues to evolve, our number one goal will always be to ensure that the stakeholders especially the pepper smallholders in our Community are well taken care of especially during these trying times.

I would also like to thank my predecessor, Madam Hoang Thi Lien for her contribution and dedication to the IPC for the past five years which have brought tremendous change to IPC and the global pepper industry as well.

Finally yet importantly, you are a crucial friend to IPC, and I want you to know that my door is always open for all of you. In the coming months, I plan to do a lot of listening to better understand where we are as an organization and where we need to be to bring our global pepper industry to greater heights. Each of you has a unique perspective on the needs of our Community and I'm eager to hear your thoughts. And I always believe that two heads are better than one. So let’s work hand-in-hand for the better future of the pepper industry.

Please feel free to reach out to me at any time at ed@ipcnet.org or +60178679300. And I'm looking forward together to working together with all of you!

With gratitude,

Firna Azura Ekaputri Marzuki

MARKET REPORTS

No. 20/21, 10 - 14 May 2021

MARKET REPORT As the Moslem around the world celebrates the Eid Fitr Mubarak 1442H amid the global pandemic of the Corona Virus, market this week showed mixed response. Malabar black pepper was reported stable, averaging at USD 5,037 per Mt. Indonesia black pepper was reported with an increase of 1% when compared to the previous…

No. 19/21, 3 - 7 May 2021

MARKET REPORT Market showed a mixed response. In local market, Malabar black pepper was reported stable, averaging at USD 5,019 per Mt. Indonesia black and white pepper were reported with an increase of 1% respectively when compared to the previous week, averaging at USD 3,299 per Mt for black pepper and USD 6,077 per Mt…

No. 18/21, 26 - 30 April 2021

MARKET REPORT Market showed a rather negative response. In local market, Malabar black pepper was reported with 2% deficit when compared to the previous week, averaging at USD 5,031 per Mt. Indonesia black and white pepper were reported with 4% and 1% deficit respectively when compared to the previous week, averaging at USD 3,280 per…

MARKET REVIEW - March 2021

PRICE HISTORY The price index of pepper for 3rd month of 2021 was reported with a positive outlook as the price index of black pepper recorded a significant increase of 14.4% as compared to the previous month to 47.55 points. It further recorded a hefty 64% increase when compared with the same month in the…

MARKET REVIEW - February 2021

PRICE HISTORY Entering the second month of 2021, the price index of pepper was reported with a positive outlook. The price index of black pepper for February 2021 was reported with an increase by 2.2% at 41.63 points as compared to the previous month. Furthermore, the increase was reported even higher by 41% when compared…

MARKET REVIEW - January 2021

PRICE HISTORY Despite the rolling out of the vaccination for COVID-19 in most country, the Corona Virus cases are still increasingly reported as we enter 2021. The price index of pepper in the first month of 2021 was reported quite stable with only marginal changes. The price index of black pepper for January 2021 was…

1st Quarterly 2021 Report

Contents Executive Summary3 Quarter 1 Trade statistics 4 Demand & Supply 5 Current Price Update and Q1 trends 6 Executive Summary Black Pepper harvest started in most origins in the Northern hemisphere. Vietnam, India, and Sri Lanka have completed close to 80% of the harvest. Prices that were expected to soften during harvest went up…

4th Quarterly 2020 Report

Executive Summary Dear Subscribers, 2020 will go down in history as the year the world had to reset itself. The trigger point of reset is known to all and came in 2019 in the form of virus, infamously known as Covid-19. The impact on the world was so massive that we all had to lock…

3rd Quarterly 2020 Report

Vietnam: YTD 2020 despite being affected by Covid-19 was a good year in terms of Exports. The shipments from Vietnam from Jan to Sep or the first 9 months were down by 8%. The biggest fall in exports came from imports drop from China at 8,000 MT out of the total drop of 19,536 MT.…

SPECIAL ISSUE ON CARDAMOM, MARCH 2021

India Cardamom India produces a wide range of spices and holds a prominent position in world spice production. Because of the varying climates - from tropical to sub-tropical to temperate-almost all spices grow splendidly in India. In reality almost all the states and union territories of India grow one or the other spices. Under the…

Unpredictability of Viet Nam Pepper Price

As it was previously reported on March 15, 2020, Viet Nam pepper price has significantly kept increasing after Tet Holiday. Thus, making Viet Nam pepper market to be unpredictable as it affected processors, industrial manufactures and growers. Three weeks past Tet Holiday, Viet Nam black pepper price recorded an increase by 40% as compared to…

Viet Nam Pepper Prices Have Increased Significantly After Tet Holiday 2021

In the year 2020 due to Covid-19 global demand was subdued. Despite the global pandemic markets rose so it rises in a normal year should actually not be a surprise due to people are seeing normalization of markets combined with growth. However, International Pepper Community has concerned about Viet Nam pepper markets which have risen…

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Mrs Hoang Thi Lien, Executive Director, International Pepper Community

Mrs Hoang Thi Lien, Executive Director, International Pepper Community

Mr Ravindranath Balakrishnan, Vice President, Olam International ltd

Mr Ravindranath Balakrishnan, Vice President, Olam International ltd

Mr Giridhar Rao, Vice President Operations, Griffith Foods Inc

Mr Giridhar Rao, Vice President Operations, Griffith Foods Inc

Ms Laura Shumow, Executive Director, American Spice Trade Association

Ms Laura Shumow, Executive Director, American Spice Trade Association

Q and A, Mr Jasvinder Singh Sethi, Director, NAMAGRO

Q and A, Mr Jasvinder Singh Sethi, Director, NAMAGRO

Selection of Mother Vines

Selection of Mother Vines

Nursery Soil Mixture

Nursery Soil Mixture

Rooted cuttings standard method

Rooted cuttings standard method

Rooted cuttings Serpentine method

Rooted cuttings Serpentine method

Planting of Pepper

Planting of Pepper