What are Oleoresins Spice Oil and Benefits?
Oleoresins can be considered as siblings of the spice oils that represents flavor profile of the many spices. They contain both pure volatile and non-volatile constituents of the many spices we know in this real world. Oleoresins represent the true essence of the spices which can put back the flavor and aroma of the whole or ground spices as it is. Oleoresins are extracted by the non-aqueous solvent extraction and the subsequent evaporation of the solvents.
The oleoresins hence obtained are free of any contamination, consistent and standardized which suits the best and specific requirements of the buyers. This pure 100% and natural oleoresins offered by the Janvi Herbs are mainly used in processed meat, fish, egg and vegetable products and as important ingredients of varieties of soups, chutneys, salad dressings, baked foods, confectionery items, snacks and beverages apart from their uses in medicinal and pharmaceutical preparations.
What are Oleoresins Spice Oil and Benefits?At Janvi herbs we try to bring forward best in class and quality oleoresins. We provide the best class and most fresh spices which are used to extract oleoresins that produce the world class oleoresins that best suits he needs of the today world human beings. We specialize in manufacturing and exporting the best quality and neatly priced oleoresins to meet the requirements of the bulk orders and bulk purchases wholesale and retail sales of all suppliers and buyers across all countries and continents in the world.
Janvi herbs keep the quality the priority of the manufacturers. Our quality standards have been approved by all Indian clients who have now become the regular clients for meeting the requirements. Our oleoresins are meant to give you the satisfaction of quality products coupled with attraction after sales service and dedicated customer care which work round the clock to resolve all your queries and hassles.
In common words oleoresins is a natural occurring mixture of a resin and an essential oil obtained from certain plants. Oleoresins are semisolid extracts composed of a resin in solution in essential and or fatty oil obtained by evaporation of the solvents used for their production. Naturally occurring oleoresins are also known as balsams. In contrast to essential oils obtained by steam distilation oleoresins abound in hevier less volatile and lipophilic compounds such as resins, waxes, fats and fatty oils. Gummo oleoresins occur mostly as crude balsams and contain also water soluble gums.
Oleoresins are prepared from the spices such as basil, capsicum(paprika), cardamom, celery seed, cinnamon seeds, cinnamon bark, clove buds, fenugreek, fir balsum, ginger, jambu, labdanum, mace, marjoram, nutmeg, parsley, pepper(black/white), pimento(allspice), rosemary, sage, savory(summer/winters), thyme, turmeric, vanilla, west Indian bay leaves. The solvents used are nonaqeuous and may be polar(alcohols) or nonpolar (hydrocarbons, carbon diooxide).