Peppercorns, Pink, Whole, 1 oz (Schinus terebinthifolius)
Wild Harvested

Peppercorns, Pink, Whole, 1 oz (Schinus terebinthifolius)

  • Item Number: 314AW1

Savor The Subtle, Sweet Flavor of Pink "Pepper"

Pink Peppers are the ripe unpeeled seeds from the Brazilian Pepper Tree, which is indigenous to Central & South America. Use the mild, sweet spice by itself to enhance the flavor of vegetables or combine with Green, White and Black Peppercorns to create a decorative rainbow spice blend.

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CAUTION: Check with your healthcare practitioner before use if you are allergic to tree nuts or Anacardiaceae family.

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PHC Lot Number Product Name Botanical Name Country of Origin
18212GB Peppercorns, Pink Schinus terebinthifolius Brazil
13337SW Peppercorns, Pink Schinus terebinthifolius Brazil
11334WH Peppercorns, Pink Schinus terebinthifolius Brazil
  • Item Number: 314AW1

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