GINGER

Description

Ginger is a species of the Zingiberaceae family native to Southeast Asia, although it can be cultivated in most tropical regions. It is an herbaceous perennial plant that grows to a height of about 0.9 meters. Its well-known rhizome is used as a spice in many Asian cuisines.

Extraits : Oleoresin

Origine : MADAGASCAR

certifications : KOSHER

Zingiber officinale Roscoe
Oleoresin
MADAGASCAR
Code F9600
CAS TSCA 2230756
CAS EINECS 84696-15-1

Origin

Ginger is a species of the Zingiberaceae family native to Southeast Asia, although it can be cultivated in most tropical regions. It is an herbaceous perennial plant that grows to a height of about 0.9 meters. Its well-known rhizome is used as a spice in many Asian cuisines.
Biolandes sources ginger characteristic of the eastern-central region of Madagascar. The harvest takes place between June and July. After drying, the rhizomes are extracted to produce an edible oleoresin and an essential oil.
Rhizome

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Biolandes sources ginger characteristic of the eastern-central region of Madagascar. The harvest takes place between June and July. After drying, the rhizomes are extracted to produce an edible oleoresin and an essential oil.

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Food flavors

Ginger oleoresin provides a spicy, lemony note in beverages, teas and pastries, as well as savory dishes. It is especially well-suited for fruits, teas and brown flavors.
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Ginger oleoresin provides a spicy, lemony note in beverages, teas and pastries, as well as savory dishes. It is especially well-suited for fruits, teas and brown flavors.
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Oleoresin
MADAGASCAR
KOSHER