PURE FOOD ESSENTIALS Organic Cayenne Pepper Powder 80g
Cayenne Pepper is high on the scale of spiciness. The active component of chilli peppers is capsaisin (cap-say-sin). Varying levels of capsaisin in chillies gives them their heat. Many people consume large quantities of cayenne pepper, often in capsule form, for the health benefits of capsaisin. Our organic Cayenne Pepper contains only ground, dried chilli peppers.
Cayenne Pepper is one of the hottest chilli powders available commercially. Ours ranks at 67,200 Scoville Heat Units (SHU). That means it has to be diluted 67,000 times for the heat to be undetectable! Any dish you cook with cayenne pepper will be fiery hot. It’s a good chilli powder to have on hand to perk up a disappointingly mild dish. Because it’s very easy to overdo the spicy heat you should add it sparingly. You can always add more, but it’s impossible to remove!
Product Features and Benefits:
- Certified Organic
- Packed in a convenient resealable stand up pouch
- Non Irradiated
- No Additives
- No Fillers
- Gluten Free
- Dairy Free
- Suitable for Vegetarians
About Pure Food Essentials
Coming from a farming background Pure Food Essentials was established after many years of growing, selling and promoting fresh organic spices such as turmeric, ginger, and galangal on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland in Queensland Australia.
Now sourced directly from the rich fertile mountain regions of northern India our organic foods are grown, harvested, and processed on site thus ensuring the best quality product for you and your family.
Organic certification is without the use of synthesised fertilisers or pesticides and only sustainable farming methods are used. No genetically modified products are used ensuring the continued availability of traditionally grown foods for generations to come.
Our product range has grown to include the largest grower and supplier of herbs and spices to the world, INDIA. Some 65% of the worlds spices are supplied by India and with approximately 95% of the worlds turmeric supplies, it is 'The Land of Spice'.