Vietnam has been well-known as a capital of pepper, a king of spices which is unlikely to be forgotten in the world cuisine events and family daily menu of dishes. By a click on internet you could find out the world’s leading position of producer and exporter of pepper would be Vietnam. Cultivation area of Vietnam had continuously increased and reached nearly 9,200 ha from 400 ha in 1970. With an average growth rate of 27.29% per year since 1996, the cultivated area of Vietnam was in excess of 50,000 hectares in 2004. Over the past 5 years from the end of 2008 so far as prices have been doubling the previous years, and by 2011 it had reached a record rate at averagely 5,500 to 5,800 USD / MT of black pepper and from 8,000 to 8,500 USD / MT of white pepper, these new price levels have stimulated a fast growth rate of cultivated acreage. By the end of 2013 the area of Vietnam's pepper farm reached nearly 60,000 hectares Along with the rapid development of the cultivated acreage and production, export of Vietnam pepper has also increased at an average rate of 15-20% per year from 1998. In 2001, Vietnam became the largest exporter of the world with total export volume reached 56,506 tons accounted for 28% of total world exports and has been recognized as the world leader in manufacturing and exporting of pepper. By now, Vietnam has exported around 120,000 - 125,000 tons per year to nearly 80 countries and territories. Main destinations of Vietnam pepper: Japan, India, Singapore, The Philippines, Gulf Countries, EU, USA, Canada, etc. Groups of product include Whole Black Pepper, Whole White Pepper, Light Berries Black Pepper, Pinhead Pepper and Skin with diversified density.