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Onion Oleoresin


Allium cepa
WEIGHT
PRICE IN USD
50 ML / 1.691 Oz
$8.33
100 ML / 3.381 Oz
$14.67
300 ML / 10.144 Oz
$43.00
500 ML / 16.907 Oz
$70.00
1000 ML / 33.814 Oz
$133.33

Botonical Name
:
Allium cepa
CAS #
:
8000-78-0
Country of Origin
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N/A
Color & Odor
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a pale yellow or brownish-yellow mobile liquid with strong, unpleasant, sulfur odor
Solubility
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Soluble in oil, insoluble in water
Specific Gravity
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N/A
Optical Rotation
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N/A
Refractive Index
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N/A
Flash Point
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N/A
Extraction Method
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steam distillation
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DESCRIPTION
The oleoresin is extracted from fresh bulb of the onion, which are harvested between September and April. Onion has an ancient reputation as a curative agent. It is high in vitamins A, B and C and shares many of the properties of garlic, to which it is closely related. The oleoresins have lightly sweet & characteristic flavors of onion.

COMMON NAMES
Onion, Oignon, Allium cepa

CONSTITUENTS
Volatile oil content < 5% Solvent residue max. 25 ppm Total ash: not more than 3%

USES
Onion Oleoresin can be used as spice and seasoning mixes, for meats, sausages and other food preparations. It is also used in some pharmaceutical preparations for colds, coughs.



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