SAFFRON 5%/MPG

Description

Crocus sativus, the raw material for this 5% saffron oleoresin, is cultivated in India’s Kashmir Valley. Saffron is usually harvested in November and December. The flowers’ stigmas are picked by hand and graded according to size. The highest quality stigmas are used to produce this saffron extract.

Extraits : Oleoresin

Origine : INDIA

certifications : HALAL

Crocus sativus L.
Oleoresin
INDIA
Code F2675
CAS TSCA 8022-19-3/57-55-6
CAS EINECS 84604-17-1/57-55-6

Origin

Crocus sativus, the raw material for this 5% saffron oleoresin, is cultivated in India’s Kashmir Valley. Saffron is usually harvested in November and December. The flowers’ stigmas are picked by hand and graded according to size. The highest quality stigmas are used to produce this saffron extract.
In order to offer this extract, we have developed a partnership with an Indian producer who sources saffron from the Kashmir region.
Stigma

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In order to offer this extract, we have developed a partnership with an Indian producer who sources saffron from the Kashmir region.

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Certifications
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IFRA
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Perfumery

In fine perfumery and personal care products, it provides a warm, spicy impact in the top notes. Especially suited to the creation of oriental accords, it combines well with rose, patchouli and agarwood. It can add a lasting spicy effect to a composition.
JAN FEV MAR AVR MAI JUIN JUI AOU SEP OCT NOV DEC
In fine perfumery and personal care products, it provides a warm, spicy impact in the top notes. Especially suited to the creation of oriental accords, it combines well with rose, patchouli and agarwood. It can add a lasting spicy effect to a composition.
JAN FEV MAR AVR MAI JUIN JUI AOU SEP OCT NOV DEC

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