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Learn about Ginger

Ginger is thought to have originated in the tropical jungles of Southern Asia, probably on the Indian subcontinent. The ginger plant was cultivated there and in China long before its use was recorded.

More than 2000 years ago, ginger was brought from India to the Middle East and from there Arab traders sold it to both the Greeks and the Romans.


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Ginger adds a delicious, fragrant zing to both main dishes and desserts, to confectionery and to hot or cold beverages. It also has an impressive history of medicinal use over thousands of years for everything from nausea to inflammation and to ease headaches and sore throats when you have a cold or the ‘flu.

Fresh ginger is a must-have in your kitchen. It has a good shelf life and a little goes a long, long way. Use some fresh ginger every day. Try a couple of thin slices in your coffee or tea for that zingy extra edge.

Templeton Ginger is Australia’s largest producer of premium fresh ginger from its farms on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.