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Onion Oleoresin is derived from the fresh bulbs of Allium cepa. The oleoresin has 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.
Onion, Oignon, Allium cepa
Volatile oil content: < 5% Solvent residue: max. 25 ppm Total ash: not more than 3%
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.