The main differences between ground white pepper and ground white pepper is how the pepper is picked and processed. Ground black pepper is made from dried unripe berries of the peppercorn plant, whereas white pepper comes from berries that are picked when they are ripe. These berries are then soaked in water to ferment. Finally, the outer layer of the peppercorn is removed leaving only the inner seed. Because the skin is removed when processing white pepper, some of the flavor is taken, including the piperine. As a result, white pepper tends to milder than black pepper. White pepper is considered to have a more complex flavor that black pepper since white pepper the berries have been able to ripen longer and have been fermented. Ground white pepper is a good substitute for black pepper when one wants a less intense peppery flavor, as well as for appearance, such as when one wants to hide the appearance of pepper, such as when serving hite colored dishes, like pasta, pizza, or creamy soups. For those who love the taste of regular ground black pepper, try our bulk ground white pepper as a unique substitute. Enjoy our bulk ground white pepper at wholesale pricing.