Bulk Crystallized Ginger



Ingredients: Ginger, Sugar, And Sulphur Dioxide.

5 lb. box: $29.00
10 lb. box: $48.00
25 lb. box: $99.00

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Did you know Gourmet Nuts and Dried Fruit also provides candied fruits? There is a wonderful flavor to our bulk crystallized ginger slices (or candied ginger). These crystalized gingers are peeled ginger root pieces that have been preserved through immersion into heated sugar syrup. Chewy, spicy-sweet, moist, and fresh, our ginger slices are perfect for cooking or simply just snacking on.

About Our Bulk Crystallized Ginger Slices

Using sugar to preserve food is an ancient process, developed in China and Mesopotamia. Arabs then developed the modern sugar preservation methods. Then they brought the technique to Europe during as early as in the 1500s CE. What we commonly call ginger is actually the root of the ginger plant. Its traditional uses were as a spice and medicine. Ginger is as old as written history, and finds its origins in ancient China. Eventually, it became popular in Europe around the turn of the millennium.


  • Crystalized ginger slices have a mix of sweet and spicy flavors and it performs well as a unique snack.
  • Our bulk crystallized ginger also finds its niche in spicing up a cup of tea.
  • It’s so versatile that you can even use them as an ingredient in baked goods.


Once purchased, you won’t need to freeze or refrigerate our bulk crystallized ginger. The ginger keeps in its freshness for a long time. Kept in a dark, cool pantry, and a package of our ginger slices will stay fresh for 2 to 3 years.


Click here for more information on the nutritional benefits of ginger.

Packed with health benefits and nutrients, crystallized ginger has been hailed by women for centuries as a homeopathic remedy for hot flashes. Not only that, but it also promotes the reduction of inflammation and relieves the associated aches and pains. Bulk crystallized ginger also shows its worth as a natural cure for many different types of nausea, such as seasickness, morning sickness, motion sickness, and chemotherapies.