South Wales chilli grower Chris Fowler cultivates 300 varieties.
Recently, a device named the “Moses 1010″ rambled through a chile field near Las Cruces, pulling peppers and leaves in a row along the way. The machine is Israeli inventor Elad Etgar’s invention. He conducted the harvest demo and named the machine after his late father.
Hello Food Brokers and Manufacturers. Here at Chromtec and Sunbelt Microfarms, we have diversified and expanded our superhot chile fields from one to six in New Mexico and also added one in Florida. We are anticipating a bumper crop of New Mexico Scorpions, Barrackapores, and Morugas for shipping fresh, frozen, or dried.
If your ego ever shoved a chile in your maw that was hotter than your mouth could handle, you learned something very fast: capsaicin loves to piss off pain receptors. Some of us have even learned this lesson twice; once on eating the chile, again when it says good bye on the way out. What you may not know is that capsaicin keeps up the shenanigans all the way through your digestive system, all the way from point A to B. That pain is the basis of research suggesting that chile peppers may prevent colon cancer.
This Sunday, August 3rd, 60 Minutes is running a story on the billion dollar hot sauce industry we all know and love. The subject: the most famous hot sauce maker in the world, Tabasco. Here’s a link to a preview clip.
There’s a new chile pepper calendar for 2014!
The harvest is underway and we have fresh pods available–Trinidad Scoprions, Morugas, 7-Pots, and Barrackapores. They are available for sale, but we are not catering to hobbyists. The minimum order is five (5) pounds in the lower 48 states only, and no international orders.