After 3-4 years, the pepper plant will begin to harvest, which means farmers must take care to ensure that the crop is highly productive during this period. However, in addition to the production process of pepper, farmers must also pay attention to purchasing agents and dealers in order to optimize their income after many years of hard work.
1.Vietnam – the land of “black gold” – pepper.
Vietnam is renowned as a country with abundant agriculture, in which many agricultural products of Vietnam have been recognized by the international market, and pepper is one of the important crops Vietnam has consistently led the globe in terms of output and export.
Currently, Vietnam has more than 130 thousand hectares of pepper growing area, with an output of 180,000 tons in 2021, with 95% of the country’s pepper growing area concentrated primarily in two areas, the Central Highlands and the Southeast, in addition to pepper is also grown in regions such as the North Central Coast and the Central Coast. (according to General Statistics Office)
As a result, farmers in the Central Highlands and Southeast are particularly interested in pepper trade and trading operations, and this is a regular activity in two primary locations that supply pepper both domestically and internationally.
Difficulty in finding a place to purchase pepper
After 3-4 years, the pepper plant will begin to harvest, which means farmers must take care to ensure that the crop is highly productive during this period. However, the consumption of agricultural products in general, and pepper in particular, is affected by a variety of factors and faces many difficulties for businesses and farmers.
On the one hand, businesses must put pressure on output for products, while farmers must find purchasers to cover living expenditures as well as reinvestment costs in their gardens.
Furthermore, because of the small production, the purchase of pepper is not concentrated, and prices are not consistent, affecting market information; additionally, the preservation of goods to await sale is a problem that causes difficulties for farmers.
As a result, there have been several instances of price squeezing in the pepper market, affecting the livelihoods of the majority of farmers in general. Faced with this predicament, Sybil Agri developed a pepper purchasing process to assist farmers in the pepper sector in resolving their challenges.
2. The transparent purchasing process of pepper at Sybil Agri
Sybil Agri always strives to support farmers to the greatest extent possible through a transparent purchasing process since we understand that in order to produce agricultural products, farmers must work hard for many years. As a result, at Sybil Agri, the prices are always guaranteed to be the most beneficial for farmers, as well as the quick and easy purchasing process, allowing farmers to get income and capital as soon as possible.
As soon as we receive your contact, we will assign a purchasing specialist to evaluate your pepper products and give the most favorable pricing to farmers, supporting them to grow sustainably in the pepper sector. Furthermore, we will arrange the transportation directly; farmers just call us at (+84) 904 315 000.
In addition to pricing support, we focus on technical assistance of pepper care, experts will provide technical assistance to Sybil Agri’s partners so that they can produce high-quality peppercorns to fulfill export standards.
Sybil Agri is currently targeting farmers in Gia Lai province, where the total pepper growing area is 13,600 hectares, with an average production of 3.37 tons/ha; due to geographical characteristics, the peppercorn will have a more wonderful aroma and special spiciness than other areas. Since then, we have consistently provided our consumers with the greatest Vietnamese pepper products.
We will share a few points about how to calculate the price of pepper for farmers to reference.
How to calculate the price of pepper
Many farmers are still unsure how to calculate the purchase price of pepper from brokers and dealers. As a result, Sybil Agri will show how to calculate the purchase price of pepper for farmers, allowing them to understand the market price as well as estimate their income.
Similar to other agricultural products, different types of pepper will have varied pricing based on several aspects such as moisture, impurities, density, and many others.
- Calculating pepper price: Normally, the standard price will be based on the price of pepper with a density of 500 g/l, moisture 15%, and 1% impurities as a reference for price calculation: When one of the three factors changes, we will adjust our pricing to offer you the best deal possible; nonetheless, to ensure that the product is always of export quality, Sybil Agri only buys high-quality peppers. Impurities should not exceed 2% and moisture should less than 13.5%.
- Measurement instruments: Because Sybil Agri prioritizes product quality inspection and assisting farmers in getting better prices, all of our measurement instruments are standard, with no deviations. Humidity will be checked using a hygrometer, and density will be measured by liters using specialized density measuring instruments that have been verified by Vietnam’s leading inspection organization, Vina control.
If farmers need to sell pepper, please contact Sybil Agri immediately for assistance and get the best purchasing price via phone at (+84) 904 315 000.